Canada's LNG supply & demand analysis, Engagement with First Nations, Policy and Fiscal framework, Infrastructure investments and project updates, LNG terminal development and shipping, FLNG developments
Delegates had the opportunity to engage with key LNG buyers from Korea, UK, India and other emerging demand centres
An opportunity to analyse Canada’s position within the global LNG and gas markets and its export potential
EXCLUSIVE IEA ADDRESS: IEA analysed the global LNG trends and Canada’s position within the global gas market
POLICY ROUND UP: Expert policy speakers from BC and Alberta discussed the need for future policies to enable the next phase of LNG export developments from Canada
ALASKA LNG PROJECT UPDATE: Larry Persilly shared his views on what is the realistic competition between Alaskan and Canadian projects and other global projects for the Asian markets
LNG SUPPLIERS SOFA PANEL: Discussed the outlook of forthcoming supply projects from Canada, USA and internationally - who will take the lead to supply to Asia?
SOCIAL, ENVIRONMENTAL AND ECONOMIC RESPONSIBILITY FOR GETTING THE GAS TO MARKET: This interesting panel discussion shed light on what framework and opportunities exist for benefit negotiation and agreements between the First Nations and project developers
LNG PRICING: Javier Diaz from Platts offered an insightful view on LNG pricing for Canada - will oil linked price of LNG be realistic or are we looking at hybrid structures to ensure the economic viability of these projects in the pipeline?
GUEST ADDRESS: Delegates heard from Patricia Mohr from the Scotiabank Group about LNG pricing and trade flows from Canada
LNG BUYERS' PANEL: With key LNG buyers from Korea, India and UK this panel discussed if the interests of LNG suppliers and Asian buyers were aligned
ROLE OF SMALL SCALE LNG FOR EXPORTS: Paul Young from Exmar delivered an insightful and enagaing presenattion on the role of floating small scale LNG becoming a potential game changer in Canadian markets in reducing the cost of LNG projects
PROJECT PLANNING AND COST OPTIMISATION FOR LNG SOLUTIONS: GTT addressed the need for large scale LNG tanks to reduce the cost and carbon footprint of LNG export projects
"LNGgc was very informative, well run and I had a very good time. As I talk to people during 2012 I’ll mention the June 2012 LNG Global Congress event as an LNG event they should put on their schedule."
"I thought the Congress was very well organized. The moderators stuck to the tight timetable, something that’s important from your end but also important to the attendees. Almost all of the sessions I attended were dense with information, and most of the presenters had good stage presences. I learned much about the contemporary thinking on the LNG industry and where it might head, achieving one of my main goals."