LNGgc 2012 had over 200 attendees from the LNG industry. Attendees were spread across the world. Participants were predominantly from Europe and North America, with many from South America, Asia, The Middle East, Africa and Australasia.
The types of attendees from across the world from 2012’s LNGgc was of a very high level and included CEOs, Presidents, Managing Directors, Vice Presidents, Heads of LNG, Directors of Strategy, Heads of Supply and Heads of Trading, Directors of Technology, Heads of Transport and as well as many more global LNG leaders!
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You would be interested in LNGgc 2012 if you are:
IOCs, NOCs and Energy Companies interested in:
• New LNG project developments and how these are impact by global demand and supply
• LNG strategies to reduce risk and learn about new sources of supply and demand
• Policy decisions that will impact new and existing projects
• Global trading challenges and methods to overcome issues
• How contracts and prices are shifting in flexibility
LNG Traders interested in:
• How are global trading volumes changing and how can LNG become a global tradable commodity in a tightening market?
• Will there be increased liquidity in the markets for LNG?
• How are contracts changing? Will contracts become increasingly flexible?
• Overcoming restrictions to ensure that the spot market developing into an efficient market?
• Pricing mechanism analysis and how prices vary globally
LNG Project Financiers interested in:
• New sources of finance for LNG projects and how projects can become increasingly bankable and attractive for finance
• Which technologies are developing and how can risks be managed
• Understanding how LNG fits in as an asset class
• How dependent is financing on high gas prices?
FLNG interested in:
• Technological developments for LNG across the range of scales required
• How are risks being assessed to ensure that FLNG can become viable?
• Will floating liquification become an effective part of the LNG industry?
• How can FSRUs develop the global import infrastructure?
Researchers, Consultants and Analysts interested in:
• How LNG supply and demand is shifting and how market dynamics are changing
• The latest updates on new sources of supply for LNG
• Understanding how the shipping market is developing and whether new ships will be available
• How geopolitics is impacting LNG supply
• How prices and contracts are developing for LNG
LNG Transportation interested in:
• New terminals and developments for import and export infrastructure
• Will new ships will be available and what does the order book mean for LNG contracts?
• How is small scale LNG evolving as a viable technique for importation?
• How is LNG as a marine fuel developing?
Law Firms interested in:
• The latest legal and policy driven challenges for LNG
• Who the key players are who are financing and developing projects
• Which technologies, contractual developments and strategies are key to the success of LNG in the future
Technology and Solution Providers interested in:
• New LNG and FLNG technologies
• Developments in new software and security systems
• Increased awareness of LNG market developments
Government bodies and policy makers interested in:
• The latest LNG industry developments impacting the market
• How LNG developments are transforming the existing grid
• How policies are impacting the demand and supply of LNG