Considerations for North America LNG Exports

Considerations for North America LNG Exports
Recorded on Wednesday, March 13, 2013:

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1:00 - 2:30 pm Eastern US Time


By examining the overall gas supply and demand balance, gas supply costs, and the growth of potential LNG export markets, the potential for expansion of LNG exports from North America can be assessed.  How will these parameters play out will, and how will they influence gas prices both domestically and abroad? 

Ziff Energy’s experts will provide their views on the outlook and future direction for LNG exports.  They will identify the who, when, where and why of LNG exports in North America: a brief summary of who is underpinning LNG proposals, expected timetables, and most likely locations will be considered.  Lastly, they will explore why so many LNG export projects have emerged over the past few years, and where the exports will likely go.
 
This webinar will explore:

1.       Supply
         a.       What is the amount of gas supply production available through 2020 and beyond? 
         b.      Indications from various assumptions such as gas supply costs, initial gas well productivities, potential gas declines and gas resource
               expectations per well
         c.       Insight on putting the various supply pieces together to determine the amount of gas supply we have available.
2.       Demand
         a.       What is amount of gas demand through 2020 and beyond? 
         b.      Indications of demand from:
                                                   i.      Growth of North America gas for power generation
                                                  ii.      The potential rise of industrial gas demand
                                                 iii.      The potential emergence of additional unconventional gas demand. 
3.       LNG Exports
         a.       Assessing how an overall gas supply and demand balance, gas supply costs, and the growth of potential LNG exports will influence gas 
               prices.
         b.      A brief summary of who is advancing LNG proposals, expected timetables, and most likely locations
         c.       Why have potential LNG export projects emerged over the past few years and where will the exports go? 
         d.      Is the world’s LNG market big enough to absorb these supplies?
4.       Questions – a great chance to speak up with a question and gain an unbiased perspective

 

Faculty:
W.P (Bill) Gwozd, P.Eng, Senior Vice President, Gas Services, Ziff Energy Group
Will provide an introduction and recap of Ziff Energy’s key views.
 
Simon Mauger, Director, Supply and Economics, Ziff Energy Group
Will discuss overview of supply in USA and Canada to 2020 and comments beyond.  Will address current production, new gas wells, the new wells’ production, declines, and full cycle costs.  Will touch on types of gas supply: shale gas, tight gas, CBM, conventional gas, and associated gas.
 
Cameron Gingrich, Director, Gas Services, Ziff Energy Group
Will provide a summary of current gas demands in North America by sector and by year to 2020 and comments beyond, there by validating that there is extra supply over the demand to export away as LNG.  Will discuss the growth of gas for power generation and Alberta oil sands to 2020, indicating that he has considered these in his demand views.
 
Edward Kallio, Director, Gas Consulting, Ziff Energy Group
Will give a fresh view of current LNG facilities being established for export in the US and the strong growth in Canada.  Full cycle costs of LNG delivery to Asia and Europe along with gas price expectations in North America, Europe, and Asia will be covered.

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