The workshop will review the status of the global LNG business in late-2020. The impact of the lack of FIDs on the balance between supply and demand in the mid-2020s will be considered and the potential need for the output from new liquefaction capacity by 2035 to meet increasing demand and the decline in output from some of the older operating plants over the period to 2035 estimated. Trends in the long-term pricing of LNG will be reviewed and traditional oil-indexed pricing compared with the alternatives, including the cost-based price of US LNG. The price of spot LNG cargoes will be covered and the trends in JKM, TTF and the US Henry Hub price discussed.
The workshop will provide attendees with the opportunity to review the outlook for LNG supply, demand and LNG pricing, in advance of the online conference.
LNG & Natural Gas Consultant, UK
Andy Flower has been consultant in LNG & Natural Gas since his retirement from BP in 2001. During his 22 years working on LNG in BP, Andy managed BP’s interests in projects in Nigeria, Abu Dhabi, Qatar and Australia. He also led a team responsible for evaluating potential new projects in PNG, Venezuela, Angola, Egypt, Indonesia and Iran. His expertise is in the commercial aspects of LNG including, marketing, project development, supply and demand, contracts, pricing, shipping and short-term trading. He has run LNG courses in Europe, Asia, the Middle East and the Americas. He is the author of many articles in journals and chapters in books on LNG and natural gas.
1. The LNG Supply Challenge
2. Floating Liquefaction
3. LNG Demand
4. LNG Pricing