ICIS at World LNG Summit 2014

     19-21 November 2014, InterContinental Le Grand Hotel, Paris

PGNiG planning more spot, medium-term LNG purchases

...is on top of the monthly vessels which carry Qatari LNG under its long-term contract. Medium-term LNG strategy Wozniak said the company, which has recently... Fri, 23 Jun 2017

Analysis: Does UK gas storage closure increase reliance on divertable LNG?

...While the UK has enough capacity to import LNG, the key question is whether the cargoes of LNG will actually be available to come to the UK. Unlike gas... Fri, 23 Jun 2017

US Energy Department - Trump administration supports LNG exports

...process. Fred Hutchinson, executive director of LNG Allies, which represents US LNG sellers particularly for prospective European buyers, said the US regulatory... Thu, 22 Jun 2017

Updated: Britain’s Centrica to close Rough storage site

...The end of Rough will place more emphasis on Britain’s other forms of supply - Norway, mainland Europe and LNG - to meet demand during peak winter periods.... Tue, 20 Jun 2017

Think Tank: MidEast isocyanates wary of Qatar crisis

...Database. Qatar produces basic chemicals, polyethylene (PE), as well as methanol. It is also the world’s biggest supplier of liquefied natural gas (LNG)... Thu, 15 Jun 2017

ICIS is a Bronze Sponsor of the World LNG Summit 2014

Ben Wetherall, ICIS Head of Gas, will be chairing the panel discussion on Global LNG Demand.  Catch his session at this time: 

Session Date: Thursday, 20 November, Day 2

Session Date: 9:00AM - 10:45AM  

Topic: Which regions and pockets offer the best prospects for new growth?  

     Mature markets: 

  • What is the outlook for the LNG business in Asia and Europe?

      Emerging and new markets: 

  • An update on the Chinese LNG market potential
  • To what extent is price limiting growth in new and emerging markets?
  • How much new growth is likely to come from FSRUs and where are the most likely projects to develop?
  • How quickly will Latin America & the Caribbean grow to become a large regional long-term market?
  • Middle Eastern demand: New developments and opportunities

The annual World LNG Summit is recognised as a premier gathering of senior and commercial-minded LNG executives in the world. The Summit offers an exclusive platform for  key international LNG buyers and sellers to exchange insight and hear the latest developments around the industry. Click here for more information on the event

ICIS to showcase its LNG portfolio

If you are attending the World LNG Summit, visit the ICIS stand  to exchange insights with our LNG editors regarding recent market developments or find out more regarding our LNG suite of products.


LNG Pricing and Market Reports 

ICIS daily and weekly reports provide accurate and comprehensive pricing data intelligence on the global LNG markets, enabling you to stay up to date with market developments and inform your trading decisions. Our reports publish the widest range of spot prices – 22 DES assessments covering  all  22 key cargo destinations, eight FOB prices of key producing regions, an East Asia Index (EAX) and four other regional indices.

 

China LNG Supply/Demand & Investment Opportunities Report 

This ICIS report gives a detailed view of the LNG demand outlook for China – broken down by 24 key provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities. In addition, it provides critical information on domestic policies, infrastructure developments and other key factors for consideration when making investment-related decisions.

This valuable insight allows companies to gain first-mover advantage and  identify investment opportunities linked with the country’s liberalised gas import policies. 

Free LNG market insights

Gas Webinar Screenshot

These ICIS webinars will cover the shifts in the local landscape and the potential impact on global and regional trading activities.

China Natural Gas Market Outlook Webinar (13 November)

Mexico Gas Markets Analysis Webinar (25 November)