The 2nd IndoPACIFIC LNG Summit (IPLS 2020) provides a great opportunity for LNG players interested in the ASIA Pacific region to meet with fellow developers, investors, experts and traders to discuss current and future LNG projects and establish or rekindle potential business relationships.
IPLS 2020 fills an important gap - the ASEAN Pacific market needs more opportunities for networking and connecting between suppliers and buyers, and more frank and open discussion of what the future holds for the LNG industry – the prospects for growth, the investment potential and the availability of funding.
by / Perta Arun Gas
08.00 - 14.00
Board Room, The Trans Hotel, Bali - Indonesia
Seize the opportunity to network and enjoy a round of golf at New Kuta Golf Bali with fellow delegates prior to the conference.
06.00 - 14.00
New Kuta Golf, Pecatu Bali - Indonesia
08.30 - 09.30
Indonesia Energy Policy
by Joo Myung Kang / President, International Gas Union (IGU)*
09.30 - 09.50
Global outlook and LNG supply and demand balance (with emphasis on the Asia region)
09.50 - 11.20
LNG Global Supply and Evolution in LNG Marketing, Trading and Pricing
Thank you for the invitation to speak at the conference and be part of the morning panel on Day 2. I thought the panel discussion was very good with some great interaction, and I hope that my short presentation was found interesting by the audience. Looking forward to next year.
Principal, The Lantau Group (Hong Kong)
Congratulations to a successful event! Many thanks for all the support to McKinsey for the IndoPACIFIC LNG Summit Conference, Bali 2018
Partner McKinsey & Company Singapore Pte Ltd.
It was great to see you all in Bali for the INDOPACIFIC LNG Summit 2018. We were happy to participate. Congratulation on an excellent event
Director Origination, Cheniere
Jakarta, CNBC Indonesia- PT Perusahaan Gas Negara (PGN) Tbk terus memperluas jaringan infrastruktur di Jawa Timur dengan mempersiapkan pembangunan fasilitas Liquid Natural Gas (LNG) Terminal di Pelabuhan Tanjung Perak, Teluk Lamong, Surabaya.
Japan’s Inpex Corporation signed a heads of agreement (HOA) with Indonesian authorities on the basic principles regarding a revised Plan of Development (POD) for the Abadi LNG project.
Indonesia has reportedly exported 35.9 cargoes of LNG from Bontang and Tangguh plants in the first quarter of the year. Indonesia exported 35.9 standard cargoes of liquefied natural gas from Bontang and Tangguh plants during January-April 2019.