2nd Annual Advances in Liquified Natural Gas (PB330)

Venue: Renaissance Houston Hotel

Location: Houston, Texas, United States

Event Date/Time: Apr 14, 2003 End Date/Time: Apr 15, 2003
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Description

There is increasing interest in LNG for North American markets for several reasons: Demand for natural gas is increasing, especially for gas-fired power plants. On-shore U.S., Western Canada and off-shore Gulf of Mexico production is diminishing, and a shortage of natural gas supply for North America is predicted in the near future. Decreasing cost of LNG supply, liquefaction, re-gasification and shipping – all make LNG more viable.

Attend CBI’s 2nd Annual Liquefied Natural gas conference, April 14-15, 2003 in Houston, TX. Learn about the real potential for LNG to serve North American markets. Hear discussion about potential sources; review the options for location of import terminals; and gain an understanding of regulatory requirements, terminal design and financing options.

Hear the latest forecasts and ideas for developing markets from Poten & Partners, Energy Information Administration and Northstar Industries.

Gain insights on sourcing, shipping, terminal development and purchasing from the experience of companies active in LNG including: Atlantic LNG of Trinidad & Tobago, CMS Panhandle Companies, El Paso Global LNG, Hunt Oil Company, Marathon Oil Company, Mirant Americas and Tractebel LNG Shipping North America.

Learn about the latest regulations for terminal development from California Energy Commission, Comision Reguladora de Energia (Mexico), FERC and Van Ness Feldman.

PLUS -- Choose between 2, in-depth, pre-conference workshops:

A) “Financing LNG Projects” led by ANZ Investment Bank, BNP Paribas, Deutsche Bank Securities and Norton Rose

or

B) “How to Plan and Execute a Terminal Project” led by Conversion Gas Imports, Ecology and Environment, Foster Wheeler USA Corporation and Lukens Energy Group.

Venue

6 Greenway Plaza East
Houston
Texas
United States
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