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Fundamentals of the LNG Business - Training

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Program Overview

FGE’s customized training services provide clients with the fundamentals of the oil, natural gas, and liquefied natural gas (LNG) business, allowing the client to develop an understanding of the key issues, ongoing trends, and upcoming pivotal moments in the market.

This training program will provide clients with an understanding of the current LNG market fundamentals. This will help clients identify opportunities and grow their LNG business.

The training will lay down the key fundamentals required for those looking to quickly enter the LNG market. At the same time, it will also provide our latest insights into the current trends in the business, movements of the main buyers/sellers, LNG pricing/contracting, spot/short-term trading, and the interconnectivity of regional LNG markets.

How Can FGE Help You?

Objectives of This Program:

  • Provide the latest insights, pricing/contracting trends, and intelligence into what is going on in the LNG market.
  • Provide new entrants to the LNG market with the fundamentals required to understand the LNG business.
  • Deliver refresher training for specialists, in order for them to keep up with developments elsewhere.

Who Should Attend?

  • Downstream companies that currently buy LNG through an intermediary, such as gas and power utility companies.
  • Upstream companies involved in the gas business looking to supply LNG directly to buyers.
  • Governmental agencies or departments looking to build its internal expertise on LNG.
  • Commodity traders who want to break into LNG trading.

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What Will be Covered?

This training program can be tailored to meet the needs of the client. To discuss how we can tailor this training program to meet your needs, please contact a member of our sales team.

  • Overview of the natural gas and LNG markets.
  • Introduction to the LNG value chain
    • Exploration prices (upstream supplies, types of gas sources).
    • Liquefaction and regasification process (technologies involved, project management, stakeholders).
  • Transportation (pipelines, gas quality, shipping options, etc.).
  • Marketing and distribution.
  • Key drivers of LNG supply and demand.
  • Supply and demand forecasting (global and regional)
  • Consumption by sector and region.
  • Established markets for LNG.
  • US shale gas revolution implications.
  • LNG pricing and cross regional dependencies.
  • LNG sales and purchase agreements (SPAs).
  • LNG trade: Trade routes, key players, constrains and challenges (types of trades long vs. short, etc.).
  • Future LNG market trends.
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