North American LNG Export (North American LNG E)

Venue: Houston

Location: Houston, United States

Event Date/Time: Oct 25, 2011 End Date/Time: Oct 27, 2011
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Exporting LNG from North America – the next big thing?
As the government approves trade agreements, and LNG export from North America edges closer to becoming practically feasible, many questions get thrown up. How can you mitigate the risk associated with long term contracts? Do the global economics work and will the price differential remain? Is the government really committed to LNG export? Is there enough gas to go around? And what are the real opportunities for the buyers, sellers, producers and transporters?
If you’re asking these questions, this meeting is for you. This event will bring together all the major stakeholders and examine the challenges and opportunities associated with exporting LNG from North America. The first of its kind, it will allow you to scrutinise the ins-and-outs and evaluate the economic and political landscape, as well as the practicalities involved. It will also provide you with a valuable chance to meet everyone involved, from the producers to the buyers, to discuss the opportunities and establish the beginnings of lucrative working relationships.

Why attend?
• Identify your market: Hear from the European and Asian market on their long term energy requirements and the implications of LNG export from North America
• Understand the infrastructure: Meet with terminal owners and get an insight into their experiences, their commitment to export and their plans as development begins
• Base your strategic decisions on first hand knowledge of Government support: Assess the political landscape by hearing the view of the Department for Energy on the shale gas boom and the effect on the energy supply picture
• Meet the whole supply chain: Sellers, transporters, and buyers – and take advantage of our scheduled networking opportunities to establish the beginnings of valuable working relationships
• Examine the broader political and economic implications for North American LNG export and establish the commerciality of these projects
• Hedge the price risk, inspire the confidence of investors, and smoothly turn MOUs into definitive agreements
• Consider practicalities such as the impact of the expansion of the Panama Canal and the economics of construction, and shipping to Asia and Europe
• Look at the global economics of the LNG market and determine whether the price spread justifies exports commercially
• Take this valuable chance to meet all the stakeholders involved as projects begin getting off the ground

Who will attend?
• Business Development Director
• Head of Business Development
• VP LNG Marketing
• CEO VP Commercial Operations
• VP Gas Marketing
• Head of LNG Sales
• Global Business Development
• Director Manager, LNG Market Development
• Head of LNG Trading
• Head of Natural Gas
• Chief Commercial Officer

To register simply:
Call: +1 212 537 5898
Please quote the booking code: LIST when registering to secure your place at the meeting.