Please join us for the 15th LNG Forum, which will take place on Tuesday 16 May.
The surge in LNG liquefaction supply in recent years, currently flat LNG demand profiles in significant markets, coupled with potential anti-trust regulatory intervention and increasing collaboration among powerful buyers in the procurement of LNG, present unique and interesting opportunities and challenges to the LNG industry. This 15th LNG Forum will consider the changing nature of the LNG market, review the nature and potential ramifications of the current Japan Fair Trade Commission investigation into destination flexibility, as well as contract term flexibility and price review issues.
It should be another interesting forum, and we look forward to seeing you.
- Robert Oushoorn, Partner, Bain & Company: "Dealing with the Changing Nature of the LNG Market"
- Paul Lugard, Partner, Baker Botts, Brussels: "Destination (in) Flexibility: The Antitrust Dimension"
- Jay Alexander, Partner Baker Botts, London: "The Disputes that Changing Times are Bringing"
Following the panel discussion, we invite you to stay for drinks and canapés.
For questions regarding this event, please contact Marie Carey at +44.20.7726.3470 or firstname.lastname@example.org.