Macro Business Overview
North America LNG project updates
LNG Demand—where is the second wave of demand coming from?
A) 01:30 p.m. Panel Discussion: Understanding the Use and Benefits of Public and Private Equity Markets
B) 02:15 p.m Panel Discussion: LNG Project Financing—New Structures and Innovative Strategies
-Ports and hubs in the Americas: Jacksonville and Los Angeles
-Small-scale and maritime opportunities in the Caribbean
A unique opportunity to make new contacts and discuss key challenges over a drink at this fun and informal networking gathering.
King & Spalding
- What are the most attractive LNG import markets for North American LNG exports?
Moderator: Vera de Gyarfas, Global Transactions Practice Group, King & Spalding
- What will be the role of Latin America in absorbing US LNG, and how much demand can be created in the region?
Moderator: Ken Culotta, Partner, King & Spalding
-Are there any new structures and innovative strategies in LNG project financing?
Moderator: Michael Proskin, Managing Director, IBCM Global Power & Renewables, Credit Suisse
- What technologies will we see in the near-term, and how will such technologies bring down supply cost and open new markets?
Moderator: Christopher Caswell, Director—Global LNG & FLNG Technology and Development, KBR
- What are the new trends in LNG sale and purchase agreements?
Moderator: Kamran Javed, General Manager, LNG Business, JERA Energy America
-What are the main benefits and challenges of LNG as a transportation fuel?
Moderator: David C. Stubbs, Director, Properties & Environmental Compliance, JAXPORT
-Does the Henry Hub index remain viable for LNG sales into European and Asian markets? In what markets is there an appetite for HH-indexed LNG sales?
Moderator: Dan Rogers, Partner, King & Spalding