POST CONFERENCE WORKSHOPS | 18 September 2015

• 0900 – 1200 • WORKSHOP A:  
JUSTIFYING SMALL LNG SHIPPING: FACTORS AND PRACTICAL APPLICATIONS FOR A BUSINESS CASE
Understanding the small LNG supply chain and shipping aspects of a project
• Small LNG shipping technologies economics, evaluation and cost
• Recent developments in the small scale LNG shipping sector:
o Type C tanks and petchem ShipOwners
o Multi-product carriers
o Shale gas
o LNG as fuel
o Advances in design bring new exibility at load and disports.
• Tank capacities, ship capacities, demand and seasonality
• Key success factors for leading players:
o Multiproduct carriers
o Building against long term T/C contracts
o Controlled risk
• New carriers in the market and opportunities in Asia
• South East Asia’s demand, geographical make-up and suitability of small LNG shipping
• LNG infrastructure to support small scale LNG shipping and distribution:
o Hubs and receiving terminals as market facilitators
o Singapore LNG terminal
o South China Sea carries 50% of the world LNG
o Major producers in the area
• Global fleet of small LNG ships and availability
• Chartering small LNG ships
• Small LNG shipping contracts and project structure
• Small FSRUs and its applicability to support small scale shipping value chain

Facilitated by:

Eduardo Perez
Owner and Principal Consultant
SMALL LNG SHIPPING CONSULTANTS

Eduardo has more than 20 years of experience in international trade and shipping, both as a Charterer and as a Ship Owner. He specializes in ethylene transportation, small LNG carriers and complete supply chain value analysis. Areas of expertise in petrochemicals transportation include Iran and the Middle East; Europe; Brazil and Argentina and South East Asia. Eduardo spent over 14 years as a Chartering and Supply Chain manager with Dow Chemical globally before spending close to 10 years as Vice President at Norgas Carriers Houston and Singapore, General Manager at MNGC in Singapore and thereafter at Lauritzen Kosan A/S from Denmark as Business Development Manager. Eduardo has experience in dealing with different cultures and negotiation contracts in different countries.


1200-1400          
Lunch and Friday Prayers

• 1400 – 1700 • WORKSHOP B:
EQUIPMENT MATCHING AND SELECTION IN JUSTIFYING A BUSINESS CASE FOR SMALL SCALE LNG PROJECTS     
                           

Facilitated by:

Dr. David Pang
CEO
GTE GLOBAL CO. LTD

Dr. Pang has more than 20 years of experiences in clean energy technology and mechanical engineering industry. With his deep understanding of leading-edge technologies and rich experience in industrial applications, he was formerly appointed as the CTO of ENN Group involved in setting up Enric group and building the first small LNG liquefaction plant in China, Chief Representative in China of NEOgas and held many other key positions in the industry. Dr Pang formed GTE Global in 2009, it is specializing in LNG liquefaction, LNG and LCNG refueling stations, and other LNG gasification equipment design and manufacturing. More than 100 CNG stations, LNG stations, and LCNG stations have been built in China and other countries, current development projects are in the areas of LNG inland waterway transportation and its refueling facilities. Several invention patents and utility model patents on CNG and LNG have been granted; he has made key contribution to the progress of natural gas industry.