Mastering Pricing and Price Review in Gas & LNG Contracts Master Class

Mastering Pricing and Price Review in Gas & LNG Contracts Master Class

 

“A unique chance to get an appreciation of pricing in International Gas and LNG Sales Contracts , of the Price Review provisions that are now almost mandatory, and how disputes in this area can be resolved.”

This course is designed for gas industry professionals worldwide, those working in gas producers, buyers and sellers, and those advising investors contemplating development projects in the gas and LNG sectors of the energy industry. All of whom need to thoroughly understand and master the detail of product pricing and in particular the Price Review that has now become a regular feature of gas and LNG sales. In many regards, the Price Review is now key to the future price that the Parties will see in gas and LNG sales contracts. Attendees to this workshop will immensely benefit from ethe extensive knowledge of one of the leading Commercial Experts in this field who is currently heavily engaged in resolution of disputes in this area.

For full agenda, please email us your detail contact information to enquiry@neo-edge.com. Please indicate subject title “Mastering Pricing & the Price Review in Gas & LNG Contracts”.

This course is specially structured in 13 modules:

Module 1:    PRICING FUNDAMENTALS IN GLOBAL GAS & LNG MARKETS
Module 2:    MARKET SECTORS IN THE WHOLESALE GAS INDUSTRY
Module 3:    AGREEMENTS FOR THE SALE AND PURCHASE OF GAS AND LNG
Module 4:    PRICING IN LONG TERM GAS SALES AGREEMENTS
Module 5:    PRICING IN LNG SALES AGREEMENTS

Case Study 1:    GAS PRICE FORMULA TO TRACK MARKET VALUE
Module 6:    EUROPEAN TRADED GAS MARKETS – DECOUPLING FROM OIL PRICING
Module 7:    PRICING OF GAS IN THE US GAS MARKET
Module 8:    PRICE RISK MANAGEMENT
Module 9:    THE ROLE OF THE PRICE REVIEW IN LONG TERM GAS & LNG SALES AGREEMENTS
Case Study 2:    EXAMPLES OF PRICE REVIEW CLAUSES
Module 10:    THE VALUE OF GAS IN THE END-USER MARKET OF THE BUYER
Case Study 3:    CALCULATION OF MARKET VALUE
Module 11:    PRICE REVIEW PROVISIONS FOR THE PROTECTION OF SELLER OR BUYER
Module 12:    NEGOTIATED SETTLEMENT OF PRICE REVIEW
Module 13:    INTERNATIONAL ARBITRATION OF PRICE REVIEW DISPUTES

Who Should Attend

Attendees will come from leading or emerging companies and authority bodies in the gas and LNG sector of the energy industry. They will include professionals working in commercial, legal, finance, and regulation roles, including, but not limited to:

  • Negotiators
  • Legal Counsels/Advisors
  • Contract/Agreements Managers/Specialists
  • Buyers, Sellers & Distributors of Wholesale Gas
  • Traders
  • Bankers and Insurers
  • Finance Managers/Controllers
  • Treasury Executives
  • Business Development Managers
  • E & P Professionals/Managers
  • Officials of Government Regulatory authorities
  • Investors
  • Project Managers/Coordinators
  • Project Owners
  • Engineers
  • Operation Managers
  • Corporate & Administration Professionals
  • Strategists and planners
  • Auditors

Why You Should Attend this Master Class

Companies that have participated in previous rounds of gas and LNG courses organised by Neoedge Pte Ltd and The Energy Contract Company include virtually all of the majors such as: Gas Supply Pte Ltd Singapore, Energy Market Authority Singapore, Keppel Energy, YTL PowerSeraya Pte Ltd, Pertamina, PT BPMiGas, PT Perusahaan Gas Negara Tbk, PT PLN, PT Kaltim Methanol Industri, Kebabangan Petroleum Operating Company, Petronas, INPEX, Petronas Carigali, Malaysia LNG, ONGC, Gail India, Gujarat State Petronet Ltd, PetroBangla, IHS, Petrovietnam, CNPC China, Guangdong Dapeng LNG, China Light & Power, Itochu Japan, Daewoo International Corporation, National Petroleum Company of PNG, Cifal Elan Petroleum Ltd, Department of Energy Philippines, SOCAR, BP, Shell, ChevronTexaco, Chevron Gas & Midstream, BHP Billiton, Hess Group, ENI, OMV, TOTAL, BG Group, Lukoil Overseas, Sakhalin Energy, RWE DEA, Woodside Energy, Santos, GLNG, Qatar Gas, ADNOC, Dolphin Energy Limited, QalhatLNG, Danagas, Dolphin Energy, Ministry of Oil & Gas Oman, ENOC, Margham Dubai Establishment, Kuwait Energy Company, Compañía Operadora de LNG del Perú, BG Bolivia Corporation, UTE Uruguay, Quantum do Brasil, Industrial Consulting Colombia, Energy Consulting Services Argentina, ANCAP Uruguay, TECNA Brazil, Comisión Nacional de Energía Chile, Atlantic LNG, National Gas Company Trinidad & Tobago (TT), Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs TT, Repsol LNG TT, Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica, Ministry of Energy & Mining Jamaica, Jamaica Public Service Company Limited, Office of Cabinet Jamaica, Office of Utilities Regulation Jamaica, National Commission of Hydrocarbons Mexico, Grupo Terra, Pan Caribbean Bank, PetroSA, Sasol, South Africa Gas Dev, NNOC, Nigeria LNG, Brass LNG, NNPC, Angola LNG, TPDC, Ministry of Energy & Minerals Tanzania, etc.

ABOUT 95% OF THE PAST DELEGATES RATED THIS COURSE IN OVERALL AS EITHER “EXCELLENT” OR “VERY GOOD”.

Testimonials for Past Master Class Conducted on Mastering Pricing and Price Review in Gas & LNG Contracts

“Excellent course and organization”
OMV Gas & Power

“The training have answered and touched on all areas of concerns in the gas & LNG industry”
Manager, PGN, Indonesia

“Thank you for improving the knowledge of people in the complex interplay of demand with supply in the world gas trade”
Marketing & Commercial Development Manager, Brass LNG, Nigeria

“Tony has an excellent knowledge of the subject matter& more importantly current market conditions”
Senior Project Manager, iGas, South Africa

“This workshop is good and well organized”
Senior Project Engineer, iGas, South Africa

“I would recommend this workshop to anyone involved in the gas & LNG industry”
Contract Department Manager, CMH, Mozambique

“Very good course and I’ve learned a great deal. Much appreciated!”
Senior Commercial Analyst, National Gas Company of Trinidad & Tobago

“Excellent program, extremely valuable for oil & gas professionals.”
Senior Administrative Coordinator, PeruPetro S.A

“This course is well organized both in terms of the quality and depth of the information. The style is easy to follow and the real life experiences shared by the trainer are all relevant and inspiring.”
Manager Generation Planning and Procurement, Jamaica Public Service Co. Ltd

“The tremendous knowledge and experience of the trainer was remarkable. It was a great experience to have been able to learn about pricing and price review in the gas industry from such an expert.”
Associate Professional, Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs, Trinidad & Tobago

“Top Class Master Class!!!”
Managing Director, Utilities Aruba

“The course was well executed and provided well all the needed information on developing trends in the LNG and natural gas industry.”
General Counsel, Office of Utilities Regulation, Jamaica

“An excellent programme! Very relevant and a must attend event for natural gas industry analysts, policy makers and LNG marketers.”
Senior Energy Analyst, Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs, Trinidad & Tobago

“Excellent course! Content was extremely relevant and of sufficient depth. Extremely well organized and a very knowledgeable instructor who is willing to share his knowledge.”
Manager Hydrocarbon Allocation and Market Intelligence, Atlantic LNG Trinidad & Tobago

 

For full agenda, please email us your detail contact information to enquiry@neo-edge.comPlease indicate subject title “Mastering Pricing & the Price Review in Gas & LNG Contracts”.

 

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Fuel Management Master Class

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FUEL MANAGEMENT MASTER CLASS

Mastering the essentials of global markets for oil, gas, coal, renewable and strategize your fuel   purchase management

23 – 26 June 2014, Singapore

Official event website: http://neo-edge.com/event-line-up/commodities-supply-chain/fuel-management-master-class/

Overview

For full agenda, please email us your detailed contact information to rueburn@neo-edge.com . Please indicate subject “Fuel Management Master Class”. 

Some 60% to 80% of ongoing costs for electric generators and somewhat lower percentages for energy intensive industries are made up of fuel. For electric utilities and IPPs fuel purchasing also tends to be the greatest source of troubled relations with vendors and suppliers. It is also an area where in many instances management improvements with little or no capital cost can result in significant cost savings.

Fuel purchasing is a function where it is critical that all levels of management understand the fundamentals of the market. Unfortunately it is also a subject upon which there is a great deal of mythology in the business press with discussions of subjects such as the imminent advent of “peak oil” or “peak gas.” All too often judgment on fuel purchasing is made in response to such media discussion.

The goal of the workshop is to provide an understanding of how global markets for oil, gas and coal work. This involves an examination of market fundamentals: reserves, the cost of production, and demand. Also included is a discussion of how environmental concerns play an increasing role in inter-fuel competition.

The workshop includes an examination of the rise and importance of paper markets in oil, coal and natural gas, first in North America and Europe, and now developing gradually in Asia, Africa and Australia. There is a critical analysis of how price data is gathered for oil and coal and then published and the role which derivative markets play in spot market pricing.

The various factors which play a role in the development of a purchasing strategy will be reviewed. Ultimately the various factors boil down to trade-offs between supply security and price. Utilities with access to nuclear hydro power may have greater freedom to buy more spot coal or oil in times of soft market conditions. In other instances, the existence or absence of local resource may play a major role in shaping decisions about fuel selection and combustion technology. Increasingly government policies driven by environmental concerns are playing a role in fuel selection and efficiency of fuel use.

Fuel contract design and language is a major part of the workshop. We shall examine alternative wording for contract fundamentals dealing with volume and quality. Pricing provisions will be an important part of the discussion. Indexation to published prices, long common in the oil markets is becoming increasingly common for coal in Asia. For almost a decade it has been the norm in the European coal market. Although pricing is increasingly determined by reference to published indices, it continues to be important for the buyer and seller to agree to the details of the force majeure, dispose resolution and termination provisions. As well, in order to avoid the risk of disputes and misunderstandings, contracts should carefully define provisions for custody transfer, quality testing and weighing.

The focus of this Master Class will be on fossil fuels purchasing: coal of various sorts, natural gas (pipeline and LNG) fuel oils and if there is participant interest, biomass purchasing can be included. The geographic focus will be South and East Asia, Africa and South America. Experience from North America and Europe will be drawn upon if it is particularly relevant to these other markets. Principals and techniques covered will be applicable to utilities, IPPs, large industrial fuel users such as cement and chemical plants. The Workshop will span a broad range of issues from the primary factors driving global fossil fuel markets and national energy security to the details of drafting effective fuel purchase contracts. Contracted provision language will be drawn from a library of over 300 international fuel contracts. The rising impact on fuel markets of renewables and environmental concerns.

 

Programme

For full agenda, please email us your detailed contact information to rueburn@neo-edge.com . Please indicate subject “Fuel Management Master Class”. 

In this master class we will be discussing the market movement of both conventional fuels (Oil, coal, gas/LNG) and renewable resources which are used for power generations. We will explore many purchase strategies and analyse tradeoff between supply security and pricing. Various hedging techniques will be discussed together with the drivers of price volatility. Contracts provisions will also be an area of focus in this master class in order to cope with volume and quality shortfalls.

Global Market Basics:

 We will focus on the fundamentals of supply and demand: the size and location of the reserve base, production costs and the interaction between demand and price. While short-term price changes are often the reaction to geopolitical or financial events it is possible to pick out clues to form an understanding of the longer term direction of fossil fuel prices. An assessment of decades of prices enable a much better understanding how price changes in oil, natural gas and coal impact on one another. Environmental concerns increasingly play a role in fuel selection and inter-fuel competition.

Choice of Purchasing Strategy:

For IPPs the choice of purchasing strategy (mixture of short-term and long-term contracts) is often a product of the security concerns of the banks and the economic needs of the project developers. For utilities the trade off is between price and the need for security of supply (which may vary with season and type of fuel). Other considerations, such as availability of hard currency or a desire to foster regional economic development may also play a role. Industrial fuel purchasing is subject to the price and flexibility needs of the ultimate product produced, e.g., cement, chemicals, pulp, and paper. Many buyers of all types are increasingly using derivative markets to dampen price volatility and to provide greater price predictability.

Prices and Hedging

Trend in recent years for all fuels has been to short term pricing (quarterly or monthly) even in long-term contracts. Energy indexes are attracting increasing interest from regulators in the US, Europe and Asia. This is accompanied by the rise of paper markets for all fuels. There is a great importance of paper markets in Europe and the US and gradual development of derivatives trading in oil and coal in Australia, Singapore, China, etc. In the midst of this new financial legislation in the US (Dodd-Frank) and proposed in Europe will alter derivatives trading globally.

Major Contractual Provisions

Experience shows that things go unexpectedly wrong in many medium and long-term fuel purchasing arrangements. The goal is to build a contract structure which is not only fair to both the buyer and the supplier but also robust enough to withstand the numerous problems which will arise during the course of a long-term business relationship. Even spot purchase contracts are about much more than price. Real world outcomes indicate that things frequently can go wrong: mines flood or have strikes; trains derail; and coal loaders break down; natural gas fields have unanticipated production problems. Contracts should cope with all of the volume and quality shortfalls in the product that can be anticipated. There should also be clearly defined dispute resolution mechanisms which allow for timely settlement of contentious issues.

 

Attendee Profile

All those involved in the Fuel Management Programme
  • Contract / Lawyer / Legal executive.
  • Business Development
  • Fuel Marketing Executive
  • Government Energy Regulators/Auditors
  • Project Financier
  • Policy analysts
  • Fuel Supply Planner
  • Energy company planners
  • Energy intensive industry managers
  • Corporate planners
  • Regional development specialists

For full agenda, please email us your detailed contact information to rueburn@neo-edge.com . Please indicate subject “Fuel Management Master Class”. 

From the following industries:

Fuel Suppliers (Fossil AND Renewable)
  • This entire workshop focuses on the contract and rationale governing Fuel Management Programme. Understand Buyer decision making process and it translate into the contract and negotiation phase. In an interactive mode, it will navigate through important provision of a Fuel Supply Contract. Manfred Raschke has worked on energy projects worldwide since 1987.
Companies with substantial amount of Fuel usage
  • Many industries uses fossil fuel as primary means of energy generation in their production/manufacturing process. Learn how you can streamline your decision making process, and garner substantial saving on your fuel cost.
Electric Company Executive
  • IPPs and Utilities utilize large amount of fuel to meet the rising energy demand in Asia. This workshop covers every relevant aspect of your undertakings on Fuel Management: We will also compare the usage of conventional fuels and their renewable counter part. All key contracts, the comparative experience distilled from more than 50 countries worldwide. This is adapted specifically for the Asia.
Ministry officials and Energy Regulators
  • This workshop covers select aspect confronting Ministry and Country Energy Regulators; Fuel Supply Security, regulatory incentives, and many more.
Bank and Financial Institutions
  • This workshop will show the economic reasoning behind fuel/energy supply project. Understand how their performance and contract formation can impact your risk assessment on decision to lend. Understand where are your “loaned” money going to, and its implications.
New Ventures
  • For entities evaluating entry into Fuel Supply business, but does not know what are its pitfalls and challenges, this workshop will present and dissect the business from conception to operationally ready state.

For full agenda, please email us your detailed contact information to rueburn@neo-edge.com . Please indicate subject “Fuel Management Master Class”. 

 

Trainer Profile

The trainer has 32 years of experience in project development and market analysis in global fossil fuel markets. He has been involved with every type of fossil fuel (including orimulsion and oil shale) in some 50 countries and six continents. In Asia, where most future growth in fossil fuel demand is expected to occur, he has been involved with mine and generation projects in China, India, Indonesia, Philippines, Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam and Mongolia. Dr. Raschke’s experience in fuel purchasing and mine development has been enhanced through serving as an expert witness in numerous litigation and arbitration assignments dealing with commercial terms and conditions in fuel supply agreements. He is currently   writing a book on the future outlook for fossil fuels.

Prior to starting his private consultancy, the trainer was with Dun & Bradstreet Technical Economic Services (VP, Energy Group. Cambridge, MA), Temple, Barker & Sloan (Associate, predecessor of Mercer Consulting. Lexington, MA)

Academically, he has had Post-graduate fellowships and research grants at the Academia Britannica, Rome, Italy; British Institute, Athens Greece; German Academy, Cairo, Egypt; Oxford University, Oxford, U.K.; and the India Office, London, U.K. He has held Teaching Fellowship and Professorship at various institutions (UC Davis, CA; Duke, NC; and Harvard, MA). He holds an Economic History PhD from Harvard.

 

Hotel Information

Hotel Novotel Clarke Quay Singapore

  • 177A River Valley Road
  • Singapore 179031
  • Natalie Poh
  • Sales Manager
  • DID: (65) 64338713
  • Fax: (65) 64338708
  • General: (65) 63383333
  • Email: h5993-sl3@accor.com

 

Please quote Fuel Management Master Class by Neoedge when you book to enjoy Corporate Rate. Thank you!

For full agenda, please email us your detailed contact information to rueburn@neo-edge.com . Please indicate subject “Fuel Management Master Class”. 

Fuel Management Master Class

Fuel Management Master Class

Contracts Risk Management and Negotiation Skills for the Upstream Oil & Gas Industry, Johannesburg, 27-30 January 2014

Contracts Risk Management

CONTRACTS RISK MANAGEMENT AND NEGOTIATION SKILLS FOR THE OIL & GAS INDUSTRY
JOHANNESBURG, SOUTH AFRICA
27-30 FEBRUARY 2014

Key Points/Questions that will be addressed by Attending the Workshop

  • Due to the increase of technical uncertainties, market instability, change of regulations, industry projects and contracts are potentially running to the higher risks. If those particular risks embedded in industry contracts, are not properly managed, then they may affect your performance, incomes and revenues
  • Thus risks should be identified upfront before its nature changed to the peril. Preventing and managing risks from the outset will certainly eliminate or at least decrease the possibility of compensating losses and damages which would be resulted if such risks had not been managed
  • The course includes plenty of interactive exercises, and questions and answers and deal with case studies from across the World and discussions
  • This workshop shall certainly upgrade your knowledge and promote your vision to look at the contract’s terms and conditions in industry contracts widely and compressively. It revives the strategic view of the most complicated issues of the industry contracts
  • In this workshop, you are free to challenge the instructor and ask whatever questions that you may have in order to find proper solutions and answers for your day to day management and administration of industry contracts
  • TEFCEL is a comprehensive model to manage the industry contract particularly the most complicated ones
  • TEFCEL first introduced by Dr S N Ebrahimi in a workshop held in London in 2005 and since the such concept has become the predominate lectures and presentations of Dr Ebrahimi in various seminars, conferences, academic forums and workshops throughout the world
  • The TEFCEL stands for Technical, Economic, Financial, Commercial, Contractual, Environmental and Legal aspects of each industry contracts
  • TEFCEL is a comprehensive framework which takes into consideration the different aspects of contracts from different perspectives
  • TEFCEL model is based on comprehensive, integrated and life-cycle plan in order to manage multiple aspects of the Contracts particularly in a sophisticated and complicated industries such as O & G contracts
  • TEFCEL has a systematic approach and helps us to gain a better knowledge and understanding of contracts in seven important areas:
    • Technical
    • Economic
    • Financial
    • Contractual
    • Commercial
    • Environmental
    • Legal

Programme

To access the full agenda, please send your detailed contact information to enquiry@neo-edge.com

This course is specially structured in 4 days:

WORKSHOP OUTLINE (4 DAYS)

DAY 1: TEFCEL Risks of Contracts in Oil & Gas Industry

DAY 2: Contract Risks Identification and Risk Analysis

DAY 3: How to Manage TEFCEL Risks in Oil & Gas Industry?

DAY 4: Powerful Negotiation Strategies for Oil and Gas

**Q&A Discussion between delegates and the trainer throughout 4 days workshop


lecturing the following subjects:

  • Oil and Gas Laws and Contracts,
  • TEFCEL Strategic Management of Industry Contracts,
  • Contract Risk Recognition and Management,
  • Private International Law,
  • General Jurisprudence of Law,
  • International Commercial Arbitration,
  • International Trade Law,
  • Competition Trade law,
  • Law for Professional Project Managers.

Attendee Profile

Who Should Attend

  • Managers/CEOs/Directors
  • Industry Lawyers
  • Technical Experts
  • Finance Experts
  • Commercial Experts
  • Contractual Men
  • Project Managers
  • Contract Managers
  • Insurance Experts
  • Professional working people in the industry

     Types of Organizations

  • Government Bodies
  • National Oil Corporation
  • International Oil Corporation
  • Service Oil Corporation
  • Independent Exploration & Production Companies
  • Consultant firms
  • Logistic, Transportation & Infrastructure Companies
  • Technology/Engineering/Equipment firms/suppliers
  • Investment banks / Investors / financiers / VC / Funds
  • Insurance / Risk management companies

Why Attend

Overview and Why You Should Attend

  • This course will help attendees to learn on how to plan, prepare and manage difficult negotiation in Oil and Gas contracts while taking into account TEFCEL elements (i.e. Technical, Economic, Financial, Commercial, Contractual, Environmental and Legal). The program recognize the vital steps in a negotiation and the principles and procedures of negotiation with HGs/NOCs/IOCs/OSCs
  • Encountering more and more with multidisciplinary issues and intersectionary aspects
  • Necessity to tackle the grey area of practices
  • Necessity to understand, to plan and to manage potential risks in operating contracts and sub-contracts in difficult industries e.g. O & G
  • To manage uncertainties and complexities in today’s economic climate
  • To learn how effectively to manage the contracts, thus, to add and secure values
  • To take preventive measures against contractual allegations, claims and disputes ensure sustainability in the current climates
  • To manage the dynamic changes experienced nowadays in the relationship between different players in the industry such as companies, clients, investors and contractors
  • To properly manage varieties of cooperate formula such as JV, PPP. PA. JOA, Alliances and Consortium
  • To effectively negotiate, conclude and execute different models of contracts such as EC, EP, EPC, BOT, GC, MC, PSC, TSA, PSAC, concession and service contracts
  • To manage not only the project but also a duty of care and great considerations should also be granted to the concerned contract(s)
  • Nowadays, the contract management become as prominently important as the project management
  • However, this unruly horse of contract cannot be administered or controlled on a partial basis or timely manner without having a proper vision and mission for its lifecycle and chain of activities
  • There is a need to consider strategic and tactical issues of industry contracts
  • There is a need to have long term A-Z comprehensive contract management plan

Contracts Risk Management

 

 

Negotiating Successful Gas & LNG Contracts Master Class (GasNego 2013)

Banner - Gas Negotiation Negotiating Successful Gas & LNG Contracts Master Class
JM Apart Hotel
Warsaw, Poland
28th to 31st October 2013

An advanced course for the Oil & Gas Industry on the detail of the contractual arrangements and risk management in gas and LNG sales

Official event website: http://neo-edge.com/event-line-up/energy-utilities/negotiating-successful-gas-lng-contracts-master-class/

Effective training in today’s global gas and LNG market has become an essential need for relevant executives in both the public and private sectors. The worldwide market in Pipeline Gas and LNG has grown rapidly as result of demand and deregulation, bringing tremendous business opportunities and challenges for all stakeholders including government entities, producers, sellers, transporters and buyers etc. High contract value, complicated commercial terms, volatile prices, cultural differences and many other unpredicted risks have made contract negotiating, dispute resolution and risk management more and more challenging.

In response to such industry dynamics, this advanced course provides practical and detailed training, in workshop format, and provides effective guidance in the critical considerations and conditions for successfully concluding Gas and LNG Sales Agreements. The course will enable participants to gain an insight into the way in which Buyers and Sellers view and negotiate Gas and LNG Sales Agreements, and will give participants a detailed understanding of the terms that are important in these transactions.

The course goes on to examine the inherent risks in a Gas or LNG Project, and how these risks are addressed within the Gas and LNG Sales Agreement. Risk assessment is a complex issue, and this course examines it from a commercial perspective, looking at the project structure and identifying how the commercial terms deal with risk in a satisfactory manner.

Based upon a composite of recent contracts, a case study approach highlights all the issues addressed in such contracts, and examines the various alternative means of handling them. It encourages a participative workshop approach and is highlighted by a detailed examination of 1) the terms of recently concluded gas and LNG Sales contracts; and 2) the Risk Matrix of an entire project showing the balance and interaction between its various elements.

Don’t miss! Call us TODAY to reserve your seats!

Key Course Benefits

ABOUT 95% OF THE PAST DELEGATES RATED THIS COURSE IN OVERALL AS EITHER “EXCELLENT” OR “VERY GOOD”.

This premier training course has been successfully held since 1994. Presented by a leading firm in Gas and LNG transactions, the course is immensely popular and well attended. It has grown to be held in Singapore, Dubai, Johannesburg, Perth and Trinidad, and altogether is training in excess of 180 executives in the industry every year. Companies that have participated in the previous rounds of this course include virtually all of the major oil and gas companies.

Testimonials

“Well organized and structured workshop.” –Medco Energy Indonesia

“Excellent training workshop on LNG contracts. Very useful and up-to-date.” –Cairn India Ltd

“Useful, professional and focused training course! I appreciated and enjoyed a lot.” –ENI

“This workshop covers a wide range of topics in an orderly, professional and comprehensive manner, and hence very helpful.” –DANAGAS

“The training have answered and touched all areas of concerns in LNG and gas industry. I have gathered all I need to know in this Master Class” – Manager, PGN Indonesia

 “Workshop was excellent!” –BP Migas, Indonesia

“Excellent course and organization!” –OMV Gas & Power

“Excellent Course!” –National Petroleum Company Papua New Guinea

“Thank you for improving the knowledge of people in the complex interplay of demand and supply of global gas trade” –Brass LNG Ltd, Nigeria

“I would recommend this workshop to anyone involved in the gas & LNG industry” –CMH Mozambique

“Neoedge always provides me with something to take home. The quality of presenters are excellent and the Neoedge friendly staff makes their events always a worthwhile experience” –Sasol South Africa

“The tremendous knowledge and experience of the trainer was remarkable. It was a great experience to have been able to learn about pricing and price review in the gas industry from such an expert” –Associate Professional, Ministry of Energy and Energy Affairs, Trinidad & Tobago

“I found the course extremely interesting and able to grasp complex issues, even though exposed only recently with this areas of study”  –National Gas Company of Trinidad & Tobago

“Excellent course. Content was extremely relevant and of sufficient depth. Extremely well organized and a very knowledgeable instructor willing to share his knowledge” –Atlantic Trinidad & Tobago

For full agenda, please email us your detail contact information to rueburn@neo-edge.com. Please indicate subject title “Negotiating Successful Gas & LNG Contracts”.

Who Should Attend

All those involved in gas/LNG production, purchase, transportation and sales, including

  • Government Officials
  • Negotiators
  • Project Owners
  • Project Managers
  • Project Engineers/Planning Engineers
  • Operation Managers
  • Contract/Agreements Managers/Specialists
  • Finance Controllers/Managers
  • Business Development Managers
  • E&P Professionals/Managers
  • Geologist
  • Corporate & Administration Professionals
  • Buyers, Sellers & Distributors
  • Traders
  • Investors
  • Lawyers /Advisors
  • Auditors

 For full agenda, please email us your detail contact information to rueburn@neo-edge.comPlease indicate subject title “Negotiating Successful Gas & LNG Contracts”.