Tuesday 29 November 2022 | 09:00 –18:00
A popular feature of the World LNG Summit, the Masterclasses provide direct access to the latest insights and perspectives from industry experts on the topics that matter today.
Fully CPD accredited, the sessions will arm you with the necessary tools to apply to your day job and shape your business strategy going forward whilst also starting your networking early.
Masterclass A | 09:30 - 13:00
WHAT ARE THE LONG-TERM PROSPECTS FOR LNG?
•The global LNG market in 2021 and 2022
•How is the LNG business responding to the triple challenges of surging prices, energy transition and Ukraine?
•What can we expect for LNG supply, demand and prices in 2023?
•FIDs on new liquefaction capacity in 2022 and outlook for 2023
•Forecast LNG supply and demand 2023 to 2040
•How much new liquefaction capacity is required over the 2020s and how much will be built?
•Which markets the be the sources of demand growth?
•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 spot and short-term trading?
Andy Flower, Independent Consultant, Flower LNG
Masterclass B AM | 09:30 - 13:00
ENERGY TRANSITION AND IMPLICATIONS FOR LNG MARKETS, CONTRACTS, PRICING & DISPUTES
•GHG footprint for natural gas and LNG supply chains
•Policy scenarios for GHG mitigation (e.g. regulation, taxation and/or price incentives)
•Implications for international pricing and trade of natural gas and LNG
•Implications for price reviews and other international dispute resolution
•Strategic priorities and options for LNG suppliers/sellers and consumers /buyers
Christopher Goncalves, Chair & Managing Director, BRG Energy & Climate
Athanasia Arapogianni, Associate Director, BRG Energy & Climate
Masterclass B PM | 14:00 - 17:30
THE EVOLVING ROLE OF LNG IMPORT PROJECTS
Julie Mayo, Partner, Baker Botts L.L.P.
Rob Butler, Partner, Baker Botts L.L.P.