On-Demand Webinar | The Impact of Global Conflict and Economic Health on Future LNG Supply Projects

The International Energy Agency (“IEA”) has stated that Global GDP growth is set to fall below 3% in 2023 and to 2.6% in 2024 – its lowest annual rate since the 2007-2008 global financial crisis, with the exception of the 2020 pandemic period. Global conflicts are also on the rise – with the Israeli-Palestinian conflict in Gaza joining the Russia-Ukraine war as a hotspot of geopolitical tension.

Logistics of global trade have also experienced some challenges in 2023 – particularly the Panama Canal, where extensive droughts have curtailed operations and limited slot availability – impacting cross-basin LNG trade. Taking the current state of global economic health and geopolitical risks into consideration, where does this lead for future LNG supply projects?

Join Poten’s Meredith Freeman, BI Editor and LNG Analyst and Majed Limam, Americas Manager for LNG & Natural Gas Advisory, for a timely webinar on Dec 7th as we examine the latest trends impacting the markets.

View the webinar on-demand here.

Topics to be addressed include:

• Will the EU begin to re-evaluate 2030/2050 decarbonization targets, on a weakening industrial outlook?

• Will LNG demand in Europe continue its upward trajectory – and what will be the impact on LNG supply projects globally? As much as Europe needs LNG – LNG also needs Europe to be part of the demand equation – sustaining the development of additional supply projects.

• How will the war in Ukraine and Gaza continue to impact the LNG market and global perceptions of security of supply?

• Will the Panama Canal’s current reduction of slot availability add stress to the logistics/cost of LNG shipping and supercharge these dynamics?


 Meredith Freeman, BI Editor and LNG Analyst Americas, Poten & Partners

• Majed Limam, Americas Manager for LNG & Natural Gas Advisory

View the webinar on-demand here.

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