Meet ICIS during LNG18 this April

12-15 April 2016, Perth Convention and Exhibition Centre, Australia

ICIS is an exhibitor at LNG18

Stand: 1040

ICIS will be exhibiting at LNG18 bringing its expertise to a major industry event taking place in Australia.

Australia is the fourth largest exporter in the world. With considerable potential for further development based on its abundant natural gas resources, and committed and proposed projects, it will continue to have a significant impact on the Asia Pacific region.

ICIS has been delivering daily market analysis and insights on Australia’s LNG market; providing validated data and news on pricing, supply and demand, production and capacity, projects and tenders as well as infrastructure developments. We add a global perspective to these analysis to give LNG market players regional and international context.

Speak with ICIS LNG market experts at LNG18 and get their perspective on market trends, price drivers and movements within Australia and other key regions.

  • What should your company be looking out for with Australia 2016 production and infrastructure developments?
  • What are the price drivers and how can your business stay on top this?
  • How will you be affected with emerging markets in Middle East and Africa?
  • How can you tap onto new opportunities in Asia?
  • What is the impact of oil prices on the LNG market and how can your company stay nimble to negotiate this?
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Meet with ICIS LNG Analyst

Simon Ellis was a panel speaker at LNG17 on the topic of Market Dynamics and is available for a one-to-one session this year. Pre-book a session »

Simon Ellis

Simon Ellis
ICIS LNG Analyst

Simon has held the position of LNG analyst at ICIS since September 2011 and now heads the LNG Edge commercial analyst team. He leads ICIS’ research into LNG short-term trade, contracts and infrastructure development.

Prior to this, Simon edited ICIS’ Global LNG Markets, which became the first publication to produce a weekly price assessment of Japanese spot LNG prices in 2008. Simon holds a Master of Arts in History from the University of Cambridge and a Graduate Diploma in Finance from the University of London. Pre-book a session »

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We publish the most extensive list of global LNG spot prices and historical data. Our charter rates, daily news, market alerts and industry analysis help you strengthen your position in contract negotiations, while giving you a better understanding of price drivers and fluctuations. ICIS LNG Market Daily report provides  dedicated Australia coverage on pricing, production, developments and more.  

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Download the LNG Market Outlook 2016

Key Highlights:

  • Australia: Supply ramp-up from the east coast
  • India: Buyers to cash in
  • China: Government focus, private companies
  • East Asia: Ongoing demand concerns
  • US: First exports beckon
  • Europe: LNG’s old/new friend?
  • Middle East: One area of optimism