C5’s Long Term Gas Supply Contracts: Asia

Editorial Team
Editorial Team
C5’s Long Term Gas Supply Contracts: Asia

Last year’s inaugural congress built upon the highly successful European Congress following market demand. C5 are back in 2018 for a new and improved Long Term Gas Supply Contracts: Asia congress.

The second LTG Asia Congress comes at a crucial time as the LNG market undergoes a global transformation, with supply expanding rapidly. The linkage to oil in long-term LNG contracts in Asia has meant that gas prices are generally much higher than those in other parts of the world, leading to serious doubts about the sustainability of this pricing model. As spot markets and alternative sources of supply develop further in the region, gas purchasers in Asia are now looking to renegotiate more favourable terms for their long-term contracts with their suppliers.

What’s new for 2018?

·         Destination Clauses are no more in Japan. Will the rest of Asia follow suit? Hear directly from METI, and gain perspectives from industry and legal experts to prepare for the ramifications of the end of destination clauses

·         Hear from industry experts on the optimising the use of flexibility provisions within individual contracts

·         Engage in pragmatic discussions with industry leaders on navigating the relationship between LNG price and supply

·         The LNG market is undergoing a global transformation as LNG supply has expanded rapidly: Get expert insight into how the market has changed and forecasting what is coming next

Please contact Marketing@C5-Online.com for more information on reserving your place.

All Asia Outlook readers are eligible for an exclusive 15 percent discount off C5’s Long Term Gas Supply Contracts: Asia conference when quoting D15-999-OUTLK18 registration.

WHEN: 27-28 February, 2018

WHERE: Sofitel City Centre, Singapore

CONTACT: Marketing@C5-Online.com

WEBSITE: www.C5-Online.com/GasAsia

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