Are you in the know as to what the defining trends are in the LNG market? How about the global supply and demand scenarios for the sector? Would you like to learn more about what the biggest opportunities and challenges to watch out for are in the coming years?
These are some of the key questions that the Global LNG Markets and Pricing Virtual Training Course will address. This course will provide you with insight into factors that are shaping regional markets, key industry themes and future trends that are essential to anyone within the value chain. You will also gain a deeper understanding on the short- and long-term impact of these trends to your organisation.
The course will be beneficial to anyone whose job requires analysing market and trade situations. This could range from analysts and traders to decision-markets, including those with roles and functions in:
Want to discover more to see if this course is suitable for you or need more information? Reach out to a member of our team here
$1,400 (+UK VAT at 20% if applicable)*
Register for SEP 20-22 September 2021 | 7AM GMT time zone friendly for Asia/Middle East
Register for NOV 15-17 November 2021 | 2PM GMT time zone friendly for Americas/EMEA
For group bookings of three or more please contact us:
Tel: +65 6780 4321
*NB: Please enter your VAT number (or local equivalent) on our payment page, otherwise UK VAT at 20% will be applied. Customers based in the UK will be charged UK VAT at 20% whether or not a VAT number is provided.
All sessions will be accessed virtually from your computer, tablet or mobile, giving you the flexibility of taking the course at your chosen location and device.
Understanding the relevance of getting access to information in real time, the course will be delivered live and include interactive sessions providing you with a platform to engage with trainers and other delegates.
The course will run over 3 days with a total of 10 hours of tuition time.
Ed Cox is Editor of ICIS’ LNG portfolio and manages a global editorial team across Europe, the Americas and Asia. He has over 15 years of experience within the energy and petrochemical markets, working within different departments of ICIS. Ed has focused on managing the growth of the company’s European gas and LNG content. He has recently supported the development of ICIS’ China editorial team and their coverage, and is a regular commentator for ICIS in the British and global media giving a view on how upstream pricing and fundamentals impact end-user markets.
Ed previously headed up the daily ICIS European gas report, ESGM, the industry’s benchmark report.
Ben Wetherall is responsible for overseeing the company’s natural gas and LNG markets pricing benchmarks. He has contributed business-critical and sought-after insights by working closely with the LNG trading community to provide price reference points, and market intelligence which has supported the growth of trade. Ben has over a decade of extensive experience both in gas and LNG markets including but not limited to consultative and strategic projects where he provided commercial advice on upstream, pipeline and LNG projects in Europe, Russia and Asia.
Prior to joining ICIS, he worked as a country risk analyst and monitored over 10 elections in Europe and the CIS for the Organisation for Security and Cooperation in the region.
Ed and Ben will lead the course, with a group of experienced ICIS LNG and gas Editors and Analysts also presenting individual sessions.
ICIS works alongside our clients to create bespoke training courses that mould our expertise and your specific needs. We will pinpoint the current expertise of your employees, areas for improvement, and your business goals, and develop a training course that will bring tangible benefits to your business.
Our custom training courses are delivered as interactive workshops, focusing on the products, concepts and issues that are most relevant and beneficial to you.
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“The course covers the main fundamentals of LNG market!”
Deputy Gas Subdivision Head, SPIMEX