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 Companies Participated for 2012

ADGAS * BASF SE    * BG Singapore Gas Marketing  * BP Gas Marketing * Business Times * Cheniere Supply & Marketing Inc * Chevron Gas & Midstream * Chevron International Gas Inc * Chevron USA Inc (Singapore Branch) * Chiyoda Corporation * Chiyoda Singapore  * Citi Global Commodities * CLP Power Hong Kong * D'Bridge Resource Centre  * DNV Clean Technology Centre * Energy Intelligence * Energy Market Authority (EMA) * Energy Studies Institute * ExxonMobil Asia Pacific * ExxonMobil Energy Limited    * ExxonMobil Gas (India)   * FGE-FACTS Global Energy    * FLEX LNG Management (Singapore)  * Fulbright & Jaworski LLP * Gazprom Export * Gazprom Marketing & Trading Singapore   * GDF SUEZ LNG * GDF SUEZ LNG Singapore  * GMR Energy (S)  * Golden Hawk Mining  * GS Caltex Corporation * Gulf Holding Company Limited * Gulf JP Company Limited * Independent Consultant * Interfax News Agency * International Enterprise Singapore * JCP Investment Partners * JX Nippon Oil & Gas Exploration Corp * Kawasaki Heavy Industries * KEI-RSOS Petroleum & Energy  * Kuwait Petroleum Corporation * Lingham  * LTL Holdings * Macquarie Securities Group * Mitsubishi Corporation Singapore * Mitsui & Co (Asia Pacific)  * Nexgas  * Oil Search Limited * Pacific Oil & Gas Limited * Petro Summit  * Petrobras Singapore  * Platts * Prime Star Energy FZE * PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (Persero) Tbk * Qalhat LNG * R.S. Platou    * Sakhalin Energy * Santos GLNG    * Santos International  * Santos  * Sembcorp Cogen  * Sembcorp Gas  * Sembcorp Gas * Sempra LNG    * Senoko Energy  * Shell Eastern Petroleum  * Shizuoka Gas Co.,     * Singapore LNG Corporation      * Singapore Press Holdings     * Singapore Tourism Board    * Sumitomo Corporation    * Thomson Reuters * Tokyo Gas Co.,  * Total Trading International S.A., Tokyo Branch * Tuas Power Generation * Tullett Prebon (Europe) * Woodside Energy * World Fuel Services (Singapore) * Worley Parsons  and many more ...



LNG Supplies for Asian Markets Conference (LNGA 2012)
LNG production is entering a period of lower growth as the expansion of Qatar’s liquefaction capacity comes to an end and before new projects under construction in Australia come on-stream. Demand remains strong as Japan imports more LNG to help it overcome the shortfall in output from its nuclear power plants because of the Fukushima crisis, imports into India and China increase rapidly and new buyers emerge in South East Asia, the Middle East and South America. A tightening of the LNG supply/demand balance is inevitable and will have an impact on both LNG trade flows and pricing. With seven projects now under construction and more to follow, Australia has the potential to overtake Qatar as the world’s largest producer but can its projects be delivered on time and on budget?
Attention is now turning to the USA and Canada as the next new source of supply. Nine export projects have already been announced. Asia is likely to be one of the main target markets but how many of the projects will be built and how will Asian buyers respond to the opportunity to purchase LNG from North America? Will the recent gas discoveries offshore East Africa open a new supply opportunity for Asia and if so how quickly can they be developed? What is the future for floating liquefaction after Shell’s order for unit for its Prelude field offshore Australia? What will be the long-term impact of the Fukushima nuclear crisis on LNG demand in Japan and in other Asian countries? How much LNG do China and India need and will they be prepared to pay the prices needed to support investment in new projects? How quickly will LNG imports into South East Asia increase? Will Singapore become a trading hub and provide a basis for pricing LNG in Asia? Is the oil-price linkage in long-term contracts in Asia here to stay or could we see a move to a new pricing approach? What will be the impact of shale gas in Asia? Conference Connection is pleased to announce the seventh LNG Supplies for Asian Markets Conference (LNGA 2012) which will address these and other key issues in depth, by practitioners and key officials in the industry.
Following the success of LNGA 2005-2011 which attracted a total of over 900 participants from 25 countries worldwide, this year’s conference will provide continuing insights into the challenges and opportunities for the LNG industry over the next decade with an emphasis on Asian markets, which still account for over 60% of global imports

Conference Co-Chairmen:

Dr. Fereidun Fesharaki

FACTS Global Energy, USA

Mr. Andy Flower
LNG & Natural Gas Consultant

Opening Address:

Keynote Address:

Mr. Chee Hong Tat
Chief Executive
Energy Market Authority

Mr. Philip Olivier


LNGA 2012 Confirmed Speakers:
Mr. Stephen Del Regno
Managing Director, Asia Region Chevron Global Gas, Japan

Mr. Nobuo Seki
General Corporate Advisor (former Chairman & President)
Chiyoda Corporation, Japan


Mr. Philip Eystein Fjeld
Chief Executive Officer
Flex LNG Management Ltd, UK

Mr. Octavio M.C. Simoes

Mr. Martyn Eames
Vice President - Asia Business Unit, Santos International Pte Ltd, Singapore

Mr. Neil McGregor
Chief Executive Officer
Singapore LNG Corporation Pte Ltd, Singapore


Mr. Nicolas Zanen 
Vice President Trading
Cheniere Energy Inc., UK

Mr. Carleton Nothling
Executive General Manager Gas Growth, Oil Search Limited, Australia
Dr. Kang Wu
Senior Advisor
FACTS Global Energy, USA
Mr. Shahriar Fesharaki
Chief Operating Officer,
FACTS Global Energy, Singapore
Mr. Kunio Nohata
Senior General Manager
Gas Resources Dept., Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd., Japan
Dr.  Anthony Barker, General Manager, BG Singapore Gas Marketing Pte Ltd, Singapore
Mr.Keith Bainbridge
R.S. Platou, UK
Dr.Hadi Hallouche
Manager, LNG Origination & Trading
Trafigura, Switzerland
Dr. Tilak K. Doshi
Principal Fellow & Head
Energy Economics
Energy Studies Institute, Singapore
Mr. Adrian Wood
Senior Analyst, Oil & Gas
Macquarie Securities Group, Australia

Ms.Melissa Lindsay
Global Head of LNG
Tullet Prebon ( Europe) Limited, UK

Dr. Lorenzo Casarosa
Senior Consultant
Det Norske Veritas (DNV) Clean Technology Centre, Singapore

Mr. Hong Chou Hui
Managing Editor, Asia LNG

Platts, Singapore


Mr. Sid Bambawale
Director LNG
Citi Global Commodities, Singapore


LNGA 2012 will address the following Issues:
  • Diversified Energy Selection to Achieve a Sustainable Society
  • Floating LNG Production – Revolutionising the LNG Industry
  • Impact of the Great East Japan Earthquake on the Japanese LNG Market and Tokyo Gas Group’s 2020 Future Vision
  • Latest Developments and Outlook for LNG in China
  • Future of LNG in Singapore: The Art of Balancing the Market
  • Prospects for Trans-Pacific Gas Trade
  • Impact of Unconventional Gas on Australian LNG Supply
  • What Next for Australian LNG Supply?
  • North American Gas Exports to Asia 
  • US LNG Supply to the Asian Markets
  • Emerging New Players in LNG Business
  • Unconventional Gas and Its Impact on Asian LNG Trade Flows
  • LNG Shipping: The Under Estimated Link in the LNG Chain
  • LNG as Ships’ Fuel: the ‘White Knight’ for the Shipping Industry? 
  • Far East Financial LNG Swaps
Join the following companies in becoming a member of the Conference Connection
LNGA Alumni
• Abu Dhabi Gas Liquefaction Co  • Advent Energy  • Arrow Energy Limited • Asia Pacific Energy Consulting Inc • Bakhrabad Gas Systems Limited •B.B. Energy (Asia) •BG Group • BHP Billiton Petroleum • BP • Bureau Veritas • Cairn Energy  • Calyon Capital Markets Asia B.V. • Cheniere International • Chevron Global Gas • Chinese Petroleum Corporation • Chiyoda Corporation •  Chubu Electric Power Company, Inc. • City Gas • CLP Power HK Ltd • CNOOC Gas & Power • ConocoPhillips • CPC Corporation • Dana Gas PJSC • DLA Piper Rudnick • Egyptian Natural Gas Holding Co (EGAS) • Energy Market Authority • Eni Australia  • E.ON Ruhrgas AG • Essar Oil • Excelerate Energy L.L.C •ExxonMobil • FACTS Global Energy  • Flex LNG Management Ltd • GAIL (India)  • Gas Supply Pte Ltd • GAZ De France • Gazprom Marketing & Trading Singapore Pte Ltd • GDF Suez • Gujarat Gas Company Ltd  and many more….Click here for more details.

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Full FeeS$ 2685 per person
Alumni FeeS$ 2425 per person
Group / Team FeeS$ 2295 per person (2nd & subsequent delegate)
Joint Attendance Fee $3405 per person

Associated Event

LNG Market Fundamentals - 1/2 Day Workshop
Developing LNG to Power Projects - Full Day Workshop

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