Oil & Gas Financing and Investment Series

Abdullah Alazzaz
New York City, NY January 17, 2018 Natural Gas/LNG Market Convergence In the past, the LNG market was typified by long-term, dedicated, point-to-point contracts from LNG plants to end-user utilities without realistic fuel alternatives. Today, the LNG market is maturing and diversifying. The construction of LNG terminals is no longer reliant on the resource base. U.S. exports do not have any destination limitations and no minimum offtake obligations (take or pay). This has facilitated a more complex, but liquid LNG market. Join our panelists as they discuss the evolution of the LNG market, including:
  • An overview of historic LNG contracting practices and changes in the U.S. and international natural gas and LNG markets
  • Analysis of the underlying market forces driving these changes along with the convergence of the energy markets
  • Growing competition between U.S. gas prices and alternative fuel prices in other countries
  • Challenges and limitations in current hedging practices, and a glimpse of evolving hedge management tools
Moderator: – Gil Porter – Co-Chair, Projects Practice, Haynes and Boone Speakers: – Jefferson Clarke – Commercial Projects, Poten & Partners – Chad Mills – Partner, Energy Practice, Haynes and Boone – Mark Cole – Co-General Counsel and Secretary, USD Group
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