LNG Contracts Across the Value Chain - LNGVC 

CPE Credits Awarded: 16
Categories: The Natural Gas Industry , LNG

Course Date Duration Venue Price Register by Date Register
21 Sep 2017 2 Days Singapore, Singapore Country: sg
$ (USD)2,350.00+7%GST
18 Aug 2017
16 Nov 2017 2 Days Oxford, UK Country: gb
£ (GBP)1,540.00+20%VAT (course fee only)
9 Oct 2017
16 Nov 2017 2 Days Oxford, UK Country: gb
£ (GBP)1,888.00 (course fee+20%VAT & accommodation)
9 Oct 2017

Gold Course

This course provides a comprehensive overview of the LNG contracts from upstream supply, liquefaction, shipping and regasification of LNG. The course is designed for LNG professionals involved in commercial, business development and other activities requiring an in depth knowledge of LNG Agreements. The focus is on the integrated nature of the LNG value chain and the implications for the various contractual arrangements

What Will You Learn?

  • What is involved in developing an LNG project
  • The LNG value chain and the investments required
  • The processes involved in the value chain and their commercial impact
  • The different technologies and their commercial impact
  • How a regasification terminal operates
  • How an LNG project is developed
  • Commercial issues impacting LNG projects across the value chain
  • The main Agreements in an LNG project and how they are structured and progressed
  • In depth analysis of the main agreements (GSA/gas transportation/LNG SPA)
  • The main Shipping/Charter Agreements and their implications
  • LNG receiving terminal arrangements
  • The economic impact of the commercial terms in the main agreements
  • Financing structures and lender requirements
  • A global view of LNG supplies by region
  • Where the key LNG markets are and their characteristics
  • How LNG is priced and regional differences
  • The specialised nature of LNG trading
  • The differences between trading oil and LNG
  • Short term vs long term trading
  • Future trends in LNG

  • Commercial managers and business developers requiring an in depth knowledge of the LNG business
  • Professional personnel interacting with LNG supplies, markets and trading e.g. finance, legal marketing and those who need to understand the various sectors of the value chain and how they interact

 

Overview of the LNG Value Chain

  • The components of the value chain

Technical Process overview

  • Upstream supplies and the different types of gas sources
  • LNG liquefaction and process technologies
  • Shipping technologies
  • LNG regasification and processes involved
  • Terminal operations

Developing an LNG project

  • Project phases and milestones
  • Requirements at each phase
  • Cost implications and value generation
  • Stakeholders

Managing Project negotiations

  • Overview of the Contractual terminology
  • Agreement structure map
  • Managing the negotiations
  • Risk analysis

Upstream Agreements

  • Monetising the Upstream
  • Joint Venture Agreements/Shareholder Agreements
  • Gas supply Agreements
    • Types of Agreement
    • Main terms and conditions
    • Implications for LNG SPA
  • Pipeline/transportation Agreements
    • Gas quality implications/requirements
    • Tariff arrangements (Capacity/commodity charge)

Midstream Agreements

  • Monetising the midstream
    • LNG Supply purchase Agreement
    • Main articles in an LNG SPA
    • Master Sales Agreement MSA

LNG Shipping arrangements

  • Shipping options
  • Ship purchase requirements
  • Charter arrangements

Regasification Terminal Arrangements

  • Import terminal arrangements
  • Merchant versus utility terminals
  • Terminal Agreements
  • Tariff structures

Financing Arrangements

  • Sources of finance
  • Lender requirements
  • Financing structures
  • Stages of financing

Overview of natural gas/LNG Supply demand

LNG Supplies

  • Global overview
  • Regional supplies from existing markets
  • Potential new projects
  • Constraints on new project developments

LNG Markets

  • Overview of regional markets
  • Country profiles for the main importers
  • Contrast the various markets and the implications for LNG trade/contractual arrangements

LNG Trade

  • Trading routes
  • Major players
  • Requirements for portfolio trading
  • Constraints on LNG trading
  • LNG pricing basis/principles
  • Types of trade (long term versus short term)
  • Diversions/swaps and arbitrage

LNG Future Trends

  • Growth potential
  • Globalisation
  • New technologies
  • New frontiers
  • New players
  • Trading and commoditisation

Faculty

Mr Malcolm Johnson

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