ICIS invites you at attend our free webinar on 22 July 2015, analysing the current situation and outlook for small-scale LNG in Europe, and its potential globally.
Small-scale LNG has a significant likelihood to create a new aggregated demand front; growth in these markets is being driven by factors such as environmental regulations, propelling the move towards LNG as a transportation fuel.
However, regulations and prices can be both an enabler and barrier to market growth, as demonstrated by the price sensitivity of supply/demand to falling crude. While small-scale LNG growth has potential, it is by no means inevitable.
Exploring Small-Scale LNG in Europe and Beyond
At a time when the outlook of small-scale LNG is somewhat uncertain, this webinar is designed to provide a clear overview of this emerging market. Focusing on Europe while putting the region in a global context, ICIS experts will analyse the current competitive landscape and the potential for small-scale LNG to become a new aggregated demand for sectors such as shipping.
Analysing the drivers and obstacles to growth in Europe’s small-scale LNG market, the webinar offers a summary of recent developments and insight on the long-term prospects for this emerging industry.
Key issues to be covered include:
LNG Analyst, Global
Ludovic Aldersley has been the deputy editor of the global LNG team at ICIS Energy for the last two years, having worked his way up through the market reporting ranks over the previous two years.
He has reported on all aspects of the LNG value chain, from long-term sales and purchase agreement (SPA) transactions to the single-cargo delivered ex-ship (DES) and free on board (FOB) spot market, across a broad spectrum of geographies west and east of the Suez Canal. Within the value chain, his specialisation has been on LNG shipping and the charter market.
He has led the development of a charter database at ICIS Energy and has been closely involved in expanding the range of LNG services ICIS provides: from a one-stop shop window of analytics, to proprietary ship-tracking services, as well as a suite of small-scale LNG products for emerging markets.
Prior to joining ICIS Energy, Ludovic was commercial coordinator for upstream natural gas at Paris-headquartered energy provider GDF SUEZ for two years.
He graduated with a Bachelor of Science Economics degree from the Universities of Bristol and Toulouse in 2007.
Registration is free.
Date: 22 July 2015, Wednesday
Time: 09:00 UTC+1 hour (London)
16:00 UTC+8 hours (Singapore)
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