Argus Australia and Global LNG Markets 2016

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May 10, 2016 08:30 AM to
May 13, 2016 05:00 PM



The Argus Australia and Global LNG Markets 2016 conference will assess Asia-Pacific LNG spot pricing and liquidity in a well-supplied market, as well as how global LNG’s interplay with the Australian east coast domestic gas market. The 4-days agenda will have pre-conference training seminar on LNG Contract, main conference and Plant Visit to Santos’ Gladstone LNG.

Top reasons for attending: 
Four (4) days of content with intensive live discussion on the global LNG markets and the east coast gas markets
Meet with an international expert speakers panel to gain insights into the latest market happening
Have personalised discussions with market leaders and understand their unique strategies in the face of fierce competition
How to handle emerging challenges on medium term LNG contracting 
Get first hand insights into supply demand balance and spot trading price movement
Visit Santos GLNG Plant - the world's pioneer in using coal seam gas as the LNG source
Conference Highlights Include:
How is liquidity developing in the LNG market and what impact will the coming supply wave have?
Exploring the economics of supplying Australian LNG to Asia at current oil prices
Are Asian buyers over-contracted? Focusing the spotlight on China and Japan
Evolving trends in long-term LNG contracting in an era of LNG abundance
US LNG: is it headed for Asia-Pacific or Europe?
Emerging trends in the LNG spot market
The impact of Asia-Pacific LNG demand on the Australian east coast domestic gas market: does the market have the capacity to supply both export and domestic needs, and at what cost?
How will the east coast gas market evolve into a competitive and efficient marketplace?


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