LNG’s Role in Stabilising European Energy Now and in the Future (VIRTUAL CLASSROOM) - LNGE 

CPE Credits Awarded: 2
Categories: The Natural Gas Industry , LNG, Virtual Classroom Courses

Course Date Duration Venue Price Registration Deadline Register
14 Sep 2022 1 Day Globally Online - New York City & London Time Country: us
$ (USD)345.00
12 Aug 2022

14 September 2022  New York Timing  London Timing
Session 1: 14 September 2022
  9:00am - 11:00am EST  14:00 - 16:00 BST

COURSE SUMMARY

The outbreak of war in Ukraine has put significant pressure on European countries to find alternatives to Russian oil and natural gas.  This timely virtual instructor-led course will help attendees understand the crossroads that Europe is at, and the role LNG can play moving forward. 

COURSE CONTENTS

  • Review Europe’s dependence on natural gas and where it comes from
  • Cover the potential alternative supplies
  • Assess the extent to which LNG can meet European gas demand
  • Potential LNG supply outlook in the short/medium and long term
  • Timeline to ramp up LNG supply and where will it come from
  • Current LNG regasification infrastructure and potential for expansion
  • Implications for global LNG demand and how is this likely to affect pricing
  • Consequences of new LNG supplies on Europe’s long-term objective to transition from fossil fuels
  • 30 minutes question and answer time with subject matter expert

FACULTY

Malcolm Johnson has more than 30 years experience at Shell in the natural gas/LNG sector. He was Strategy and Planning Manager in the United Kingdom and Germany during the period of gas liberalisation in Europe. Malcolm has been involved in the development of a number of LNG projects including over 13 years on the Sakhalin LNG project from its inception to final investment decision involving the full range of commercial activities including governance, marketing, LNG contract negotiations and technical/ commercial interface management. He has also provided commercial advice on the Elba LNG receiving terminal expansion, floating LNG, LNG contracts and project development assurance. He is a recognised subject matter expert on commercial LNG matters. Malcolm is now a Director of eMJay LNG Limited providing expert advice and consulting services to the natural gas/LNG industries.

 

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