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Gas and LNG Markets, Contracts and Pricing
Gas and LNG Markets, Contracts and Pricing

Dates & Locations:

16 – 20 March 2020, Singapore
28 Sep – 2 Oct 2020, Port of Spain
23 – 27 Nov 2020, Singapore



Due to the complex geopolitical nature of gas/ LNG sourcing and long term nature of gas transactions between buyers and sellers, it is commercially prudent for those involved in this
process to know the global gas & LNG supply & markets condition, available methodologies
for price determination, contract structure and negotiation techniques. Any misjudgement
in any of these areas could result in wrong sourcing decisions, significant adverse financial consequences and legal liabilities.

This course has, therefore, been designed to enable the professionals in the gas sector and
gas advisory services to make right sourcing decision, construct gas/LNG contracts and
negotiate from a position of strength and knowledge in order to gain a competitive edge
in the process.

Course Highlights
Global gas/LNG market and market structure in Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East, Europe and USA regions
Current gas/LNG outlook and trends
Contract terminology and construction - operational, commercial and legal basis of gas, LNG and Gas Transportation Contracts
Principles of gas/LNG Sales and Purchase Agreement (GSPA/SPA), Gas Transportation Agreement (GTA) and Regasification Agreements
Gas/LNG pricing principles, current practice and price indexation in competitive gas markets
Contracting and negotiation - proven techniques

Benefits of Attending
Background knowledge to framework to facilitate gas/LNG commercial decisions
Understanding current trends of the gas organisation structure
Knowledge of the underlying rationale for gas contract terms and conditions
Learn to construct gas, LNG and gas transportation contracts and negotiate them
Understanding of techniques of gas/LNG price setting in competitive markets
Awareness of operation of trading hubs, spot and arbitrage
Holistic understanding of what is required to put a new supply chain in place

Who Should Attend 
Energy professionals including but not limited to:
Purchasing/Supply Chain
Legal/Contracts Negotiation
Sales/Business Development
Project Finance
Corporate Planning

From sectors:
Natural gas E&P
Gas/LNG trade, shipping, transmission, distribution
Government agencies
Gas based power generation
Gas/LNG related project finance, asset management, hedge funds, equity/fixed income
Gas pipeline and high pressure transportation

Course Certificate
Upon the successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion bearing the signatures from both the Course Director and the Course Organiser. This Certificate will testify your endeavour and serve towards your professional advancement.

To register/enquire, please contact:
Weslyn Lee
Infocus International Group
Tel: +65 6325 0274 | Email: abigail [at] infocusinternational [dot] com

Date: 2/26/2020
Source : Oil, Gas & Energy Magazine

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