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Commercial Trends

LNG 17 Conference Session 

Presentations

  • Access to Gas—Revisiting the LNG Industry's Big Challenge
    Frank Harris, Noel Tomnay, and Giles Farrer, Wood Mackenzie Limited
  • LNG Supply and Demand: The Greater Middle East Paradox
    Mehdi Chennoufi, Shell Trading; Ajay Shah, Shell International Exploration & Production
  • Expansion and Evolution of the Asia Pacific LNG Markets
    Hiroshi Hashimoto; Tsukasa Koyama, The Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (IEEJ)
  • Circumstances Influencing the Development and End-Use of Natural Gas from Shale Formations in the United States
    Mitchell Baer, U.S. Department of Energy
  • Arun LNG Plant--First Time in LNG History, Export Converted into Import Terminal
    Daniel Purba, PT Pertamina
  • Will LNG Exports from North America/East Africa Drive Global Price Integration?
    Kyoichi Miyazaki and Majed Limam, Poten & Partners
  • LNG for Power in Small Emerging Markets
    David L. Haug and Shawn Cumberland, Arctas Capital Group
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    Papers

  • Access to Gas—Revisiting the LNG Industry's Big Challenge
    Frank Harris, Noel Tomnay, and Giles Farrer, Wood Mackenzie Limited
  • LNG Supply and Demand: The Greater Middle East Paradox
    Mehdi Chennoufi, Shell Trading; Ajay Shah, Shell International Exploration & Production
  • Expansion and Evolution of the Asia Pacific LNG Markets
    Hiroshi Hashimoto and Tsukasa Koyama, Institute of Energy Economics
  • Circumstances Influencing the Development and End-Use of Natural Gas from Shale Formations in the United States
    Mitchell Baer, U.S. Department of Energy
  • Arun LNG Plant--First Time in LNG History, Export Converted into Import Terminal
    Daniel Purba, PT Pertamina
  • Will LNG Exports from North America/East Africa Drive Global Price Integration?
    Kyoichi Miyazaki and Majed Limam, Poten & Partners
  • LNG for Power in Small Emerging Markets
    David L. Haug and Shawn Cumberland, Arctas Capital Group
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    © The authors and the LNG 17 international organizers — International Gas Union (IGU), Gas Technology Institute (GTI) and International Institute of Refrigeration (IIR) — hold joint copyright of these conference and poster papers.​​​