• 29 November 2022 Masterclasses
  • 29 November 2022 Carbon Markets Forum
  • 30 November 2022 Summit Day One
  • 01 December 2022 Summit Day Two
  • 02 December 2022 Summit Day Three
  • 02 December 2022 LNG Terminal Visit

09:00 09:30

Registration & Welcome Coffee

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Registration & Welcome Coffee

09:30 17:30

Masterclass A: What are the Long-Term Prospects for LNG?

  • The global LNG market in 2020 and 2021
  • How has energy transition affected LNG supply, demand and trading?
  • What can we expect for LNG supply, demand and prices in 2022?
  • FIDs on new liquefaction capacity in 2021 and outlook for 2022
  • Forecast LNG supply and demand 2022 to 2035
  • How much new liquefaction capacity in the 2020s and how much will be built?
  • The outlook for LNG demand in established markets
  • Which countries will start to import LNG and how much LNG will they need?
  • How are LNG trade flows changing and what is the outlook for short term trading?
Masterclass Leader:

Andy Flower

Independent Consultant

Flower LNG

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IconTuesday 29 November 2022

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Masterclass A: What are the Long-Term Prospects for LNG?

  • The global LNG market in 2020 and 2021
  • How has energy transition affected LNG supply, demand and trading?
  • What can we expect for LNG supply, demand and prices in 2022?
  • FIDs on new liquefaction capacity in 2021 and outlook for 2022
  • Forecast LNG supply and demand 2022 to 2035
  • How much new liquefaction capacity in the 2020s and how much will be built?
  • The outlook for LNG demand in established markets
  • Which countries will start to import LNG and how much LNG will they need?
  • How are LNG trade flows changing and what is the outlook for short term trading?

Masterclass Leader:

Andy Flower

Independent Consultant, Flower LNG

09:30 13:00

Masterclass B AM: Energy Transition and Implications for LNG Markets, Contracts, Pricing & Disputes

• GHG footprint of leading natural gas and LNG supply chains
• Impact of methane emissions on GHG footprints
• GHG emissions and supply competition
• Energy security and policy scenarios for GHG mitigation (e.g. regulation, taxation and/or price incentives)
• Implications for international trade of natural gas and LNG
• Methane abatement costs and benefits
• Strategic options and implications for LNG suppliers/sellers and consumers/buyers

Masterclass Leaders:

Christopher Goncalves

Chair & Managing Director

BRG Energy & Climate

Athanasia Arapogianni

Associate Director

BRG Energy & Climate

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Masterclass B AM: Energy Transition and Implications for LNG Markets, Contracts, Pricing & Disputes

• GHG footprint of leading natural gas and LNG supply chains
• Impact of methane emissions on GHG footprints
• GHG emissions and supply competition
• Energy security and policy scenarios for GHG mitigation (e.g. regulation, taxation and/or price incentives)
• Implications for international trade of natural gas and LNG
• Methane abatement costs and benefits
• Strategic options and implications for LNG suppliers/sellers and consumers/buyers

Masterclass Leaders:

Christopher Goncalves

Chair & Managing Director, BRG Energy & Climate

Athanasia Arapogianni

Associate Director, BRG Energy & Climate

11:00 11:30

Morning Networking Coffee Break

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Morning Networking Coffee Break

13:00 14:00

Networking Lunch

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Networking Lunch

14:00 17:30

Masterclass B PM: The Evolving Role of LNG Import Projects

• Market overview – rapid increase in new terminals
• Project structures
• Anatomy of a Terminal Use Agreement
• Multi-user terminal considerations – including borrowing and lending
• Floating LNG import/FSRU projects
• Value-add services (reloading, trans-shipment, trucks, trains, bunkers and gas-up/cool-down)

 

Masterclass Leaders:

Julie Mayo

Partner

Baker Botts L.L.P.

Rob Butler

Partner

Baker Botts L.L.P.

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Masterclass B PM: The Evolving Role of LNG Import Projects

• Market overview – rapid increase in new terminals
• Project structures
• Anatomy of a Terminal Use Agreement
• Multi-user terminal considerations – including borrowing and lending
• Floating LNG import/FSRU projects
• Value-add services (reloading, trans-shipment, trucks, trains, bunkers and gas-up/cool-down)

 

Masterclass Leaders:

Julie Mayo

Partner, Baker Botts L.L.P.

Rob Butler

Partner, Baker Botts L.L.P.

15:30 16:00

Afternoon Networking Coffee Break

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Afternoon Networking Coffee Break

17:30 17:30

End of Masterclasses

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End of Masterclasses

18:00 20:00

Pre-Registration & Welcome Drinks Reception

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IconTuesday 29 November 2022

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Pre-Registration & Welcome Drinks Reception

14:00 20:00

Carbon Markets Forum

Join us for the annual forum dedicated to bringing together the environmental products and LNG traders driving decarbonisation of global gas through efficient markets.

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IconTuesday 29 November 2022

Icon14:00 - 20:00

Carbon Markets Forum

Join us for the annual forum dedicated to bringing together the environmental products and LNG traders driving decarbonisation of global gas through efficient markets.

14:00 14:05

Chair’s Opening Remarks

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Chair’s Opening Remarks

14:05 14:10

Welcome Address

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Welcome Address

14:10 15:00

LNG as a transition fuel – the role of trading in achieving net zero

  • Overview of carbon markets and the role of carbon pricing in the energy transition
  • What are the implications of new regulations to decarbonise the international shipping market?  
  • How do we align decarbonisation with energy poverty alleviation goals?
  • Verified Carbon Markets: What are the challenges to scaling up the voluntary market?
  • How are high energy prices impacting demand for carbon offset LNG?
  • How are US producers meeting the requirements for cleaner fuels in Europe?

Questions & Answers

Speaker:

Vincent Demoury

Secretary General

International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers (GIIGNL)

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IconTuesday 29 November 2022

Icon14:10 - 15:00

LNG as a transition fuel – the role of trading in achieving net zero

  • Overview of carbon markets and the role of carbon pricing in the energy transition
  • What are the implications of new regulations to decarbonise the international shipping market?  
  • How do we align decarbonisation with energy poverty alleviation goals?
  • Verified Carbon Markets: What are the challenges to scaling up the voluntary market?
  • How are high energy prices impacting demand for carbon offset LNG?
  • How are US producers meeting the requirements for cleaner fuels in Europe?

Questions & Answers

Speaker:

Vincent Demoury

Secretary General, International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers (GIIGNL)

15:00 16:00

Session 2 – The evolution of carbon markets and building an effective carbon portfolio

  • Verified vs. Compliance Carbon Markets – who, how and where do they trade them
  • What determines the quality of carbon credit?
  • How do you build a carbon portfolio?
  • What are the main carbon indices emerging?
  • Is carbon an asset class?
  • How will carbon trading and LNG trading intersect in the future?
  • Where does the Paris Agreement and Sovereign Carbon fit?
Speaker:

Andrew Howard

Senior Director, Climate Policy and Strategy

VERRA

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Session 2 – The evolution of carbon markets and building an effective carbon portfolio

  • Verified vs. Compliance Carbon Markets – who, how and where do they trade them
  • What determines the quality of carbon credit?
  • How do you build a carbon portfolio?
  • What are the main carbon indices emerging?
  • Is carbon an asset class?
  • How will carbon trading and LNG trading intersect in the future?
  • Where does the Paris Agreement and Sovereign Carbon fit?

Speaker:

Andrew Howard

Senior Director, Climate Policy and Strategy, VERRA

16:00 18:00

Session 3 – Networking Roundtable Discussions

Roundtables: Join your colleagues to discuss the key issues around trading LNG and Carbon Credits over a drink. There will be three rotations within the session, allowing delegates to spend 20 minutes on any one topic. Topics to include:

Roundtable 1: How is carbon priced and traded? 

Roundtable 2: What are the regulatory changes in carbon markets that stand to effect LNG trade economics?    

Roundtable 3: Is using carbon credits greenwashing?  

Roundtable 4: Will we see lower carbon LNG trading at a premium to uncertified cargoes in the future and if so, how soon? 

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Icon16:00 - 18:00

Session 3 – Networking Roundtable Discussions

Roundtables: Join your colleagues to discuss the key issues around trading LNG and Carbon Credits over a drink. There will be three rotations within the session, allowing delegates to spend 20 minutes on any one topic. Topics to include:

Roundtable 1: How is carbon priced and traded? 

Roundtable 2: What are the regulatory changes in carbon markets that stand to effect LNG trade economics?    

Roundtable 3: Is using carbon credits greenwashing?  

Roundtable 4: Will we see lower carbon LNG trading at a premium to uncertified cargoes in the future and if so, how soon? 

18:00 20:00

Pre-Registration & Welcome Drinks Reception

*Open to attendees of the Carbon Markets Forum.

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Pre-Registration & Welcome Drinks Reception

*Open to attendees of the Carbon Markets Forum.

08:00 09:00

Registration & Welcome Breakfast

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IconWednesday 30 November 2022

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Registration & Welcome Breakfast

09:00 09:15

Chair’s Opening Remarks

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Chair’s Opening Remarks

09:15 09:30

Ministerial Opening Address

Speaker:

H.E. Konstantinos Skrekas

Minister of Environment & Energy

Greece

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IconWednesday 30 November 2022

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Ministerial Opening Address

Speaker:

H.E. Konstantinos Skrekas

Minister of Environment & Energy, Greece

09:30 09:45

Ministerial Address

Speaker:

H.E. Natasa Pilides

Minister of Energy, Commerce and Industry

Cyprus

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IconWednesday 30 November 2022

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Ministerial Address

Speaker:

H.E. Natasa Pilides

Minister of Energy, Commerce and Industry, Cyprus

09:45 10:00

Opening Keynote Address

Speaker:

Maria Rita Galli

CEO

DESFA

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IconWednesday 30 November 2022

Icon09:45 - 10:00

Opening Keynote Address

Speaker:

Maria Rita Galli

CEO, DESFA

10:00 11:00

SESSION 1 – GLOBAL LNG STRATEGY PANEL DISCUSSION - Determining LNG’s Role Through To 2040: Key Disruptors & Their Consequences

Disruptors & their consequences for LNG

  • COVID-19, energy transitions and the Russia-Ukraine crisis – A review of their current impacts on macro energy
  • Different approaches from key players to balance their energy security and costs with their decarbonisation pledges
  • The outlook for LNG demand and supply to 2040: What is changing temporarily and structurally?

Demand patterns

  • The range of commitments from countries to include LNG as a sustainable transition fuel
  • The changing focus of Europe from a market of last resort to a market of prime demand
  • The EU Repower Initiative – how sustainable is EU LNG demand in the 2020s and beyond?
  • What is the LNG demand outlook in China when it emerges from lockdowns?
  • The vulnerability of price sensitive markets and new importers

Supply patterns

  • Are 100Mtpa of new liquefaction FIDs feasible in the next 1-2 years?
  • What are the limits to growth?

Commercial trends

  • Are long-term contracts going to be the price to pay for supply security?
  • The outlook for commoditisation and increasing volumes of spot trading – is that consistent with the current business environment?
Moderator:

Pat Roberts

Conference Chair

Managing Director, LNG-Worldwide Ltd

Speakers:

Maria Rita Galli

CEO

DESFA

Anatol Feygin

Executive Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer

Cheniere Energy Inc.

Steve Hill

Executive Vice President

Shell Energy

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IconWednesday 30 November 2022

Icon10:00 - 11:00

SESSION 1 – GLOBAL LNG STRATEGY PANEL DISCUSSION - Determining LNG’s Role Through To 2040: Key Disruptors & Their Consequences

Disruptors & their consequences for LNG

  • COVID-19, energy transitions and the Russia-Ukraine crisis – A review of their current impacts on macro energy
  • Different approaches from key players to balance their energy security and costs with their decarbonisation pledges
  • The outlook for LNG demand and supply to 2040: What is changing temporarily and structurally?

Demand patterns

  • The range of commitments from countries to include LNG as a sustainable transition fuel
  • The changing focus of Europe from a market of last resort to a market of prime demand
  • The EU Repower Initiative – how sustainable is EU LNG demand in the 2020s and beyond?
  • What is the LNG demand outlook in China when it emerges from lockdowns?
  • The vulnerability of price sensitive markets and new importers

Supply patterns

  • Are 100Mtpa of new liquefaction FIDs feasible in the next 1-2 years?
  • What are the limits to growth?

Commercial trends

  • Are long-term contracts going to be the price to pay for supply security?
  • The outlook for commoditisation and increasing volumes of spot trading – is that consistent with the current business environment?

Moderator:

Pat Roberts

Conference Chair, Managing Director, LNG-Worldwide Ltd

Speakers:

Maria Rita Galli

CEO, DESFA

Anatol Feygin

Executive Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer, Cheniere Energy Inc.

Steve Hill

Executive Vice President, Shell Energy

11:00 11:30

Networking Coffee Break

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Networking Coffee Break

11:30 13:00

SESSION 2 - Asia Pacific LNG Leaders’ Panel: Key Considerations For Asian LNG Demand Growth

The trilemma

  • Achieving energy security, affordability and decarbonisation: What does this mean in the current business environment to Asian buyers?
  • Could rapid decarbonisation policies lead to undermining energy security and possible lead to further GHG emissions?
  • The challenge of increasing levels of “energy poverty” and a push towards coal, oil and nuclear. How much gas demand will be lost?

Addressing supply security whilst retaining flexibility

  • The impact of sudden, new and strong demand competition from Europe
  • How are Asian buyers responding to securing the LNG supply they firmly need?
    • The resurgence of long-term contracts
    • The value of operational flexibility in contracts
    • LNG pricing considerations and trends: oil indexation vs HH vs spot indexes
    • How can tradability and liquidity be improved to further optimise global supply and demand?
Moderator:

Martin Houston

Vice Chairman

Tellurian

Speakers:

Hiroki Sato

Senior Management Executive Officer & Division CEO, Global Business Division

Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc.

Kunio Nohata

Representative Director, Executive Vice President

Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd

Akshay Kumar Singh

MD & CEO

Petronet LNG Limited

Atsunori Takeuchi

Executive Officer & General Manager of LNG Business Department

Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.

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Icon11:30 - 13:00

SESSION 2 - Asia Pacific LNG Leaders’ Panel: Key Considerations For Asian LNG Demand Growth

The trilemma

  • Achieving energy security, affordability and decarbonisation: What does this mean in the current business environment to Asian buyers?
  • Could rapid decarbonisation policies lead to undermining energy security and possible lead to further GHG emissions?
  • The challenge of increasing levels of “energy poverty” and a push towards coal, oil and nuclear. How much gas demand will be lost?

Addressing supply security whilst retaining flexibility

  • The impact of sudden, new and strong demand competition from Europe
  • How are Asian buyers responding to securing the LNG supply they firmly need?
    • The resurgence of long-term contracts
    • The value of operational flexibility in contracts
    • LNG pricing considerations and trends: oil indexation vs HH vs spot indexes
    • How can tradability and liquidity be improved to further optimise global supply and demand?

Moderator:

Martin Houston

Vice Chairman, Tellurian

Speakers:

Hiroki Sato

Senior Management Executive Officer & Division CEO, Global Business Division, Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc.

Kunio Nohata

Representative Director, Executive Vice President, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd

Akshay Kumar Singh

MD & CEO, Petronet LNG Limited

Atsunori Takeuchi

Executive Officer & General Manager of LNG Business Department, Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd.

13:00 14:00

Networking Lunch

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Networking Lunch

14:00 15:30

SESSION 3 - Showcase: Southeast Europe LNG Panel: Developing An Energy Hub

The rationale

  • Diversification from Russian gas and optimisation of logistics

The challenge to import and distribution infrastructure

  • How much LNG import capacity exists and what is planned?
  • Overcoming the lack of underground storage
  • Distributing LNG imports to landlocked countries

Regional energy development

  • Is now the time for East Mediterranean LNG development?
  • How can the region access affordable and reliable energy within a decarbonisation agenda?
Speakers:

Konstantinos Nazos

Chief Energy Management & Trading Officer

Public Power Corporation S.A.

Javier Moret

Global Head of LNG

RWE Supply & Trading

Marcel Tijhuis

Senior Project Manager Business Development LNG

German LNG Terminal

Bajram Rexhepi

Director

National Energy Resources, North Macedonia

Yunus Emre Icik

Deputy Head, Natural Gas Supply & Export Department

BOTAŞ

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SESSION 3 - Showcase: Southeast Europe LNG Panel: Developing An Energy Hub

The rationale

  • Diversification from Russian gas and optimisation of logistics

The challenge to import and distribution infrastructure

  • How much LNG import capacity exists and what is planned?
  • Overcoming the lack of underground storage
  • Distributing LNG imports to landlocked countries

Regional energy development

  • Is now the time for East Mediterranean LNG development?
  • How can the region access affordable and reliable energy within a decarbonisation agenda?

Speakers:

Konstantinos Nazos

Chief Energy Management & Trading Officer, Public Power Corporation S.A.

Javier Moret

Global Head of LNG, RWE Supply & Trading

Marcel Tijhuis

Senior Project Manager Business Development LNG, German LNG Terminal

Bajram Rexhepi

Director, National Energy Resources, North Macedonia

Yunus Emre Icik

Deputy Head, Natural Gas Supply & Export Department, BOTAŞ

15:30 16:00

Networking Coffee Break

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Networking Coffee Break

16:00 17:30

SESSION 4 - LNG Leaders’ Panel: Navigating A Path Through Disruptive Market Forces

The rollout of RepowerEU and its impact

  • How is Europe adapting and what challenges lie ahead in terms of speed and scale of change?
  • Sources of supply to Europe which can contribute to replacing Russian gas
  • What is the Impact on other LNG importers?

Price volatility and liquidity

  • Price volatility and liquidity issues to manage in LNG spot markets: what do we learn from 2022?
  • How will behaviours change in managing supply portfolios in the future?

Supply response and decarbonisation initiatives

  • Which supply projects are benefiting the most from growing European interest in LNG?
  • Meeting the LNG supply cost challenge
  • LNG technology initiatives to speed up development of liquefaction whilst keeping costs under control  
Moderator:

Jason Bennett

Partner, Department Chair – Global Projects

Baker Botts L.L.P.

Speakers:

Philip Mshelbila

Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer

Nigeria LNG Limited

Jonty Shepard

VP of Global LNG Trading & Origination

bp

Octávio Simões

President and CEO

Tellurian

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SESSION 4 - LNG Leaders’ Panel: Navigating A Path Through Disruptive Market Forces

The rollout of RepowerEU and its impact

  • How is Europe adapting and what challenges lie ahead in terms of speed and scale of change?
  • Sources of supply to Europe which can contribute to replacing Russian gas
  • What is the Impact on other LNG importers?

Price volatility and liquidity

  • Price volatility and liquidity issues to manage in LNG spot markets: what do we learn from 2022?
  • How will behaviours change in managing supply portfolios in the future?

Supply response and decarbonisation initiatives

  • Which supply projects are benefiting the most from growing European interest in LNG?
  • Meeting the LNG supply cost challenge
  • LNG technology initiatives to speed up development of liquefaction whilst keeping costs under control  

Moderator:

Jason Bennett

Partner, Department Chair – Global Projects, Baker Botts L.L.P.

Speakers:

Philip Mshelbila

Managing Director & Chief Executive Officer, Nigeria LNG Limited

Jonty Shepard

VP of Global LNG Trading & Origination, bp

Octávio Simões

President and CEO, Tellurian

17:30 18:30

Close of Summit Day One

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Close of Summit Day One

18:30 19:30

World LNG Annual Awards Evening Drinks Reception

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World LNG Annual Awards Evening Drinks Reception

19:30 22:00

World LNG Awards Dinner

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World LNG Awards Dinner

08:15 09:00

Welcome Coffee

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Welcome Coffee

09:00 09:15

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Conference Chair:

Pat Roberts

Conference Chair

Managing Director, LNG-Worldwide Ltd

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Icon09:00 - 09:15

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Conference Chair:

Pat Roberts

Conference Chair, Managing Director, LNG-Worldwide Ltd

09:15 09:30

Keynote Address

Speaker:

Maria Spyraki

MEP

European Parliament

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Keynote Address

Speaker:

Maria Spyraki

MEP, European Parliament

09:30 11:00

SESSION 5 LNG Shipping: How Quickly Can Capacity Be Increased to Meet Demand?

Global outlook

  • Assessing capacity requirements for the 2020s and 2030s

Decarbonisation agenda

  • What do the full range of new IMO regulations mean for LNG shipping availability and unit costs?
  • How will the cost of increased environmental regulations on ships be shared?
  • What is shipping’s future role in carbon capture and storage?
  • How is the shipping sector addressing methane leakage?
  • Is Bio-LNG a solution that will be adopted by the shipping sector?

Financing

  • What changes in LNG shipping finance are expected in the future?
Moderator:

Debbie Turner

Senior Broker, LNG

Howe Robinson Partners UK

Speakers:

Philippe Berterottière

Chairman of the Board & CEO

GTT

Spyros Leoussis

Chief Commercial Officer

Capital Product Partners LP

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IconThursday 01 December 2022

Icon09:30 - 11:00

SESSION 5 LNG Shipping: How Quickly Can Capacity Be Increased to Meet Demand?

Global outlook

  • Assessing capacity requirements for the 2020s and 2030s

Decarbonisation agenda

  • What do the full range of new IMO regulations mean for LNG shipping availability and unit costs?
  • How will the cost of increased environmental regulations on ships be shared?
  • What is shipping’s future role in carbon capture and storage?
  • How is the shipping sector addressing methane leakage?
  • Is Bio-LNG a solution that will be adopted by the shipping sector?

Financing

  • What changes in LNG shipping finance are expected in the future?

Moderator:

Debbie Turner

Senior Broker, LNG, Howe Robinson Partners UK

Speakers:

Philippe Berterottière

Chairman of the Board & CEO, GTT

Spyros Leoussis

Chief Commercial Officer, Capital Product Partners LP

11:00 11:30

Networking Coffee Break

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Networking Coffee Break

11:30 13:00

SESSION 6 – Accelerating LNG Import Infrastructure Build To Enhance Energy Security

The challenge

  • FSRUs and land-based terminals: Outlook to 2025, 2030 and 2040
  • LNG storage: How much is needed and how quickly can it be built?

Future proofing LNG terminals

  • What does a futureproof LNG terminal look like?
  • Innovative terminal services: reloading and break-bulk distribution; truck loading
  • Adapting terminals for future imports of greener fuels like hydrogen and synthetic gas

Questions & Answers

Speakers:

Karthik Sathyamoorthy

President, AG&P LNG Terminals & Logistics

AG&P

Ioannis Kioufis

Managing Director

Dioriga Gas

Kostis Sifnaios

VP & Managing Director

Gastrade

Hrvoje Krhen

Managing Director

LNG Croatia

Eduard Ruijs

Managing Director, Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Funds

BlackRock

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IconThursday 01 December 2022

Icon11:30 - 13:00

SESSION 6 – Accelerating LNG Import Infrastructure Build To Enhance Energy Security

The challenge

  • FSRUs and land-based terminals: Outlook to 2025, 2030 and 2040
  • LNG storage: How much is needed and how quickly can it be built?

Future proofing LNG terminals

  • What does a futureproof LNG terminal look like?
  • Innovative terminal services: reloading and break-bulk distribution; truck loading
  • Adapting terminals for future imports of greener fuels like hydrogen and synthetic gas

Questions & Answers

Speakers:

Karthik Sathyamoorthy

President, AG&P LNG Terminals & Logistics, AG&P

Ioannis Kioufis

Managing Director, Dioriga Gas

Kostis Sifnaios

VP & Managing Director, Gastrade

Hrvoje Krhen

Managing Director, LNG Croatia

Eduard Ruijs

Managing Director, Global Energy & Power Infrastructure Funds, BlackRock

13:00 14:15

Networking Lunch

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Networking Lunch

14:15 15:30

SESSION 7 Evolving LNG Business Models for the 2020s: Risk And Reward Allocation & Balance

  • Current approaches to structuring new LNG projects
  • How are different contract models changing?
  • How competitive are the different approaches being taken by LNG suppliers?
  • Valuing optionality in contracts
  • JV partnerships and cooperation agreements to pool supply
  • The value of the LNG aggregator model
  • Will European buyers return to signing long-term contracts?
  • How can projects remain feasible amid soaring costs?
Speakers:

Stephen Thompson

Global Head, LNG and Natural Gas Advisors

Poten & Partners, Inc.

Paul Sullivan

Senior Vice President Global LNG & FLNG

Worley

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IconThursday 01 December 2022

Icon14:15 - 15:30

SESSION 7 Evolving LNG Business Models for the 2020s: Risk And Reward Allocation & Balance

  • Current approaches to structuring new LNG projects
  • How are different contract models changing?
  • How competitive are the different approaches being taken by LNG suppliers?
  • Valuing optionality in contracts
  • JV partnerships and cooperation agreements to pool supply
  • The value of the LNG aggregator model
  • Will European buyers return to signing long-term contracts?
  • How can projects remain feasible amid soaring costs?

Speakers:

Stephen Thompson

Global Head, LNG and Natural Gas Advisors, Poten & Partners, Inc.

Paul Sullivan

Senior Vice President Global LNG & FLNG, Worley

15:30 16:00

Networking Coffee Break

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Icon15:30 - 16:00

Networking Coffee Break

16:00 17:15

SESSION 8 How Is The Industry Innovating To Decarbonise The LNG & Gas Supply Chain?

  • Overview of carbon markets and the role of carbon pricing in the energy transition  
  • Voluntary Carbon Markets: What are the challenges to scaling up the market?
  • MRV: How are producers showing the transparency of what they are doing?
  • Technology and low carbon solutions: How is the industry innovating to stay relevant? 
  • Understanding the value, rigour and methodology of the different carbon credits 
  • Will carbon tags on cargoes be important in the future? 
  • Will LNG buyers be willing to pay a premium?
  • How does LNG fit with CCS in the future? 
  • Can Bio-LNG be scaled to accelerate decarbonisation targets?
  • What does the LNG industry need to do to provide low GHG footprint LNG to global markets?                  
  • MRV Standards
  • LNG GHG Certification
  • Abatement and Offsets
  • Contracting strategies          
Speakers:

Vincent Demoury

Secretary General

International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers (GIIGNL)

Saima Yarrow

Head of LNG

MiQ

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Icon16:00 - 17:15

SESSION 8 How Is The Industry Innovating To Decarbonise The LNG & Gas Supply Chain?

  • Overview of carbon markets and the role of carbon pricing in the energy transition  
  • Voluntary Carbon Markets: What are the challenges to scaling up the market?
  • MRV: How are producers showing the transparency of what they are doing?
  • Technology and low carbon solutions: How is the industry innovating to stay relevant? 
  • Understanding the value, rigour and methodology of the different carbon credits 
  • Will carbon tags on cargoes be important in the future? 
  • Will LNG buyers be willing to pay a premium?
  • How does LNG fit with CCS in the future? 
  • Can Bio-LNG be scaled to accelerate decarbonisation targets?
  • What does the LNG industry need to do to provide low GHG footprint LNG to global markets?                  
  • MRV Standards
  • LNG GHG Certification
  • Abatement and Offsets
  • Contracting strategies          

Speakers:

Vincent Demoury

Secretary General, International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers (GIIGNL)

Saima Yarrow

Head of LNG, MiQ

17:15 17:45

Close of Summit Day Two

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Icon17:15 - 17:45

Close of Summit Day Two

17:45 19:30

Drinks Reception – Welcome to Greece!

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IconThursday 01 December 2022

Icon17:45 - 19:30

Drinks Reception – Welcome to Greece!

08:30 09:00

Welcome Coffee

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IconFriday 02 December 2022

Icon08:30 - 09:00

Welcome Coffee

09:00 09:15

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Conference Chair:

Pat Roberts

Conference Chair

Managing Director, LNG-Worldwide Ltd

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Icon09:00 - 09:15

Chair’s Opening Remarks

Conference Chair:

Pat Roberts

Conference Chair, Managing Director, LNG-Worldwide Ltd

09:15 10:30

SESSION 9 LNG Financing Panel: How Will Investors Balance Increased Natural Gas Demand & ESG Commitments?

  • What do investors consider to be appropriate ESG commitments in light of the energy crisis triggered by the Russia-Ukraine War?
  • Will the inclusion of gas in the EU’s taxonomy impact LNG financing going forward?
  • Is there more financing available now that LNG is seen by governments as key to energy security?
  • What do investors consider to be bankable?
  • How have financing trends changed since the Russia-Ukraine War?
  • Different approaches to financing from host governments, the majors and the private asset developers
  • Mitigating the carbon footprint along the value chain to guarantee financing
  • Will lenders get the signal needed from governments to have confidence to invest?
Speakers:

Alan Townsend

Principal Industry Specialist

International Finance Corporation

Simon Oxley

Co-Head of Oil & Gas EMEA

Barclays

Paul Eardley-Taylor

Oil & Gas, Southern Africa

Standard Bank

Melanie Lovatt

Finance Advisor, Business Intelligence

Poten & Partners

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IconFriday 02 December 2022

Icon09:15 - 10:30

SESSION 9 LNG Financing Panel: How Will Investors Balance Increased Natural Gas Demand & ESG Commitments?

  • What do investors consider to be appropriate ESG commitments in light of the energy crisis triggered by the Russia-Ukraine War?
  • Will the inclusion of gas in the EU’s taxonomy impact LNG financing going forward?
  • Is there more financing available now that LNG is seen by governments as key to energy security?
  • What do investors consider to be bankable?
  • How have financing trends changed since the Russia-Ukraine War?
  • Different approaches to financing from host governments, the majors and the private asset developers
  • Mitigating the carbon footprint along the value chain to guarantee financing
  • Will lenders get the signal needed from governments to have confidence to invest?

Speakers:

Alan Townsend

Principal Industry Specialist, International Finance Corporation

Simon Oxley

Co-Head of Oil & Gas EMEA, Barclays

Paul Eardley-Taylor

Oil & Gas, Southern Africa, Standard Bank

Melanie Lovatt

Finance Advisor, Business Intelligence, Poten & Partners

10:30 10:45

Networking Coffee Break

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Networking Coffee Break

10:45 11:30

SESSION 10: Meeting Growing Demand Through New Applications for LNG

LNG as a marine fuel
• LNG bunkering and transportation: what is the demand outlook for LNG bunkering to 2025, 2030
• What will be impact of the new IMO regulations on bunkering?
• What are the differing factors in dual fuel of ammonia and dual fuel of LNG?

Truck loading
• Is truck loading the solution to get LNG to markets quicker?

BioLNG
• Is Bio-LNG a solution that will be adopted for industrial use?

Speaker:

Stuart Carpenter

Senior Direct LNG Projects

Carnival Plc

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Icon10:45 - 11:30

SESSION 10: Meeting Growing Demand Through New Applications for LNG

LNG as a marine fuel
• LNG bunkering and transportation: what is the demand outlook for LNG bunkering to 2025, 2030
• What will be impact of the new IMO regulations on bunkering?
• What are the differing factors in dual fuel of ammonia and dual fuel of LNG?

Truck loading
• Is truck loading the solution to get LNG to markets quicker?

BioLNG
• Is Bio-LNG a solution that will be adopted for industrial use?

Speaker:

Stuart Carpenter

Senior Direct LNG Projects, Carnival Plc

11:30 12:15

SESSION 11 - Hydrogen Spotlight Panel: How Does The Emerging Hydrogen Economy Impact LNG?

  • What is the role of hydrogen in the future energy mix in Europe if the net zero targets are met?
  • What forms of hydrogen will be suitable? Which markets will want what kind?
  • The role of Greece and SE Europe in facilitating and implementing EU’s Hydrogen’s ambitions
  • How can the region become a Hydrogen hub?
  • Cost competitiveness of renewables and low carbon Hydrogen – outlook and future

Questions & Answers

Speaker:

Constantinos Papalucas

Coordinator of the National Hydrogen Committee

Hellenic Ministry of Environment and Energy

Melissa Verykiou

Deputy Chief Executive Officer

Helbio

David Bow

Executive Vice President

Plug Power

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Icon11:30 - 12:15

SESSION 11 - Hydrogen Spotlight Panel: How Does The Emerging Hydrogen Economy Impact LNG?

  • What is the role of hydrogen in the future energy mix in Europe if the net zero targets are met?
  • What forms of hydrogen will be suitable? Which markets will want what kind?
  • The role of Greece and SE Europe in facilitating and implementing EU’s Hydrogen’s ambitions
  • How can the region become a Hydrogen hub?
  • Cost competitiveness of renewables and low carbon Hydrogen – outlook and future

Questions & Answers

Speaker:

Constantinos Papalucas

Coordinator of the National Hydrogen Committee, Hellenic Ministry of Environment and Energy

Melissa Verykiou

Deputy Chief Executive Officer, Helbio

David Bow

Executive Vice President, Plug Power

12:15 12:30

Chair’s Closing Remarks

Conference Chair:

Pat Roberts

Conference Chair

Managing Director, LNG-Worldwide Ltd

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IconFriday 02 December 2022

Icon12:15 - 12:30

Chair’s Closing Remarks

Conference Chair:

Pat Roberts

Conference Chair, Managing Director, LNG-Worldwide Ltd

12:30 14:00

Networking Lunch

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Icon12:30 - 14:00

Networking Lunch

13:30 17:30

Revithoussa LNG Terminal Visit

The Revithoussa LNG Terminal is located on the islet of Revithoussa, in the Gulf of Pachi in Megara, 45 km west of Athens. With a storage capacity of 225,000 m3 LNG and a regasification capacity of 1,250 m3/h as a Sustained Maximum Send out Rate, the Terminal is an important energy asset for Greece, providing security of energy supply, operational flexibility in the transmission system and increased capability to meet peak gas demand.

* for pre-registered site visit attendees only

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Icon13:30 - 17:30

Revithoussa LNG Terminal Visit

The Revithoussa LNG Terminal is located on the islet of Revithoussa, in the Gulf of Pachi in Megara, 45 km west of Athens. With a storage capacity of 225,000 m3 LNG and a regasification capacity of 1,250 m3/h as a Sustained Maximum Send out Rate, the Terminal is an important energy asset for Greece, providing security of energy supply, operational flexibility in the transmission system and increased capability to meet peak gas demand.

* for pre-registered site visit attendees only

13:30 17:30

Revithoussa LNG Terminal Visit

The Revithoussa LNG Terminal is located on the islet of Revithoussa, in the Gulf of Pachi in Megara, 45 km west of Athens. With a storage capacity of 225,000 m3 LNG and a regasification capacity of 1,250 m3/h as a Sustained Maximum Send out Rate, the Terminal is an important energy asset for Greece, providing security of energy supply, operational flexibility in the transmission system and increased capability to meet peak gas demand.

* for pre-registered site visit attendees only

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IconFriday 02 December 2022

Icon13:30 - 17:30

Revithoussa LNG Terminal Visit

The Revithoussa LNG Terminal is located on the islet of Revithoussa, in the Gulf of Pachi in Megara, 45 km west of Athens. With a storage capacity of 225,000 m3 LNG and a regasification capacity of 1,250 m3/h as a Sustained Maximum Send out Rate, the Terminal is an important energy asset for Greece, providing security of energy supply, operational flexibility in the transmission system and increased capability to meet peak gas demand.

* for pre-registered site visit attendees only

13:30 13:30

Buses depart from the Grand Hyatt Athens

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IconFriday 02 December 2022

Icon13:30 - 13:30

Buses depart from the Grand Hyatt Athens

14:30 17:30

Guided tour of Revithoussa LNG Terminal

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IconFriday 02 December 2022

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Guided tour of Revithoussa LNG Terminal

17:30 17:30

Arrival back at the Grand Hyatt Athens

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IconFriday 02 December 2022

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Arrival back at the Grand Hyatt Athens

  • 29 November 2022 Masterclasses
  • 29 November 2022 Carbon Markets Forum
  • 30 November 2022 Summit Day One
  • 01 December 2022 Summit Day Two
  • 02 December 2022 Summit Day Three
  • 02 December 2022 LNG Terminal Visit