LNG Procurement Forum

The LNG Procurement Forum will provide attendees with an exclusive and intimate closed-door setting to meet with industry counterparts and discuss key business decision drivers within the context of a private networking environment.

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Benefits of attending

Executives will enjoy an excellent opportunity for open discourse and constructive debate within the Chatham House (no press or media) rules, where they will also hear from expert contributors examining:

  • Outlook: the evolution and expansion of the global LNG trading business

  • Supplier-Buyer dynamic: impacts of new supply and weaker demand in a lower-for-longer price era  

  • The Future: predictions for long-term investment, emerging new markets and demand stimulation

Who attends

200 of the industry’s most prominent and influential executives involved in the procurement, portfolio trade, and end-use of LNG. Companies represented will include

  • LNG Buyers

  • Producers

  • Integrated Energy Companies

  • Utilities, Commodity Traders

  • Brokers, Investors

  • Banks

  • Exchanges

  • Hedge Funds

2017 Sessions 

  • Procurement Leader’s Interview: The New Dawn For Demand Dynamics: What Impact Will Increased Supply And Weaker Demand Have On The ‘Lower For Longer’ Global LNG Market Outlook?

  • Insights Panel Debate: The Rise Of The LNG Portfolio Player – Winners & Losers?

  • Collaboration and Competition Discussion: Risk Management, Trade Finance and Credit Risk within Emerging Markets

  • The Hub Debate: How Will Asia Move Beyond Oil Indexed Gas Contracts and Establish a Truly Liquid Regional LNG Market?

  • The LNG Procurement Panel Debate: The Changing Supply/Demand balance and adapting to market needs