November 08-10 2017 @ SMX AURA, Manila, Philippines

Date:

08 - 10 November 2017

Workshop:

08 November 2017

Conference

09 - 10 November 2017

Rationale Behind the 2017 Event


The Who’s Who in the region’s LNG and Natural Gas circle is set to gather again at the most anticipated and dedicated annual 4th LNG Supply, Transport & Storage Philippines forum will take place on 8-10 November 2017 at the SMX AURA Manila, Philippines.

For the Philippines, the prospects for LNG remain bullish. The importation of LNG is the quickest way to meet increasing domestic demand. As power utilities are increasingly turning to natural gas to replace coal - coupled with increasing demand from industries - LNG’s role in the Philippines’ energy mix will only get bigger. As one of the most vibrant economies globally, the Philippines natural gas industry continues to generate significant investors’ interest, especially when customer long term demand remains high. The Philippines is well placed to join South East’s Asia LNG importers’ club and is well positioned to be the LNG hub for the region. The market's diverse archipelago geography will also open the door for feasible small-scale LNG and shipping opportunities.

2017 is anticipated to be one of the crucial year for integration of import infrastructures along Philippines’s LNG value chain – for Power Generation and industry purposes.

Taking on the theme, “Advancing LNG and Natural Gas Infrastructure and Distribution to Support the Power Generation and Industries”, this business-critical forum will continue to address and propagate LNG imports and infrastructure developments that will definitely be taking place in the Philippines.This is the perfect opportunity for all serious stakeholders to highlight real opportunities for and establish their position in this vibrant marketplace.


Download Brochure Register

Event Schedule

Wednesday, 08 November 2017

WORKSHOP A: DEVELOPING LNG INFRASTRUCTURE FOR POWER

Main Objective: Provide an overview to the participants of the options available for the LNG infrastructure to fuel the gas power plants in the Philippines

  • A look at the geography and metocean conditions in the Philippines
  • Understanding the local power market and the opportunities to provide gas as fuel
  • A technical look at the LNG infra required to fuel a gas power plant
  • LNG infrastructure concepts suitable for the Philippines Gas market
  • Structuring an "LNG to Power" project including supply strategy

Facilitated by:
Nor Aslam Khan
Director
NEWGAS PTE. LTD

Nor Aslam Khan has been in the LNG industry since 2001 and is a Director of newGAS Pte. Ltd., a consultancy focusing on LNG Shipping and developing concepts and projects for floating LNG to independently develop and propose solutions ideal for clients. newGAS has also participated in assessing and developing CNG technologies and projects. Prior to starting up newGAS in 2008, Nor Aslam was the General Manager for Business Development for MISC Berhad. He joined MISC in 2000. He started his career as an E&P Operations Engineer with the Shell Group.

0830

Registration

0900

Organizers’ Remark


Vincent Choy
Managing Director
ALL EVENTS GROUP

0915

Welcome Keynote Speaker


ATTY. Leonido J. Pulido III
Assistant Secretary
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

0930

Natural Gas and LNG Strategies to Bridge Demand Gap

DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

1000

Philippines’ Electric Power Regulatory Environment and The Crucial Role of Natural Gas And LNG As Fuel Source

Alfredo J. Non
Commissioner
ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION (Invited)

1030

Networking Coffee Break

1100

Shell LNG in The Philippines

Kevin Gunawan
SE Asia DLNG Manager
SHELL GLOBAL DOWNSTREAM LNG

1130

Philippines's LNG Terminal Import Plans and Terminal Development Prospects


FIRST GEN CORPORATION (Invited)

1200

Global LNG Market - Current Status and Mid-Term Outlook


Maria-Lusia Berlose
Head of Market Research
TOTAL

1230

Networking Lunch


1345

Small And Medium Scale LNG to Power Solutions for Philippines


Patrik Törnqvist
Application Manager, LNG
WÄRTSILÄ FINLAND

1415

Strategy for LNG Import and Development for Power Generation


Jose Aldon
Managing Director & CEO
AXI LNGAS INC

1445

Developing An LNG Chain for The Philippines: Defining Key Opportunities Ahead


Stewart Elliot
CEO
ENERGY WORLD CORPORATION

1515

Networking Coffee Break


1545

Legal Requirement and Parameters for Importing Or Transacting LNG As A Global Commodity


Daniel Reinbott
LNG and Upstream Oil & Gas Partner
ASHURST LLP

1615

LNG Supply and Demand Outlook for Short and Long Term: Focusing on Southeast Asia


Mangesh Patankar
Director - Gas and LNG Consulting
WOOD MACKENZIE

1645

Panel Discussion
Integrating LNG Supply, Infrastructure and Distribution for Power and Industries - How to Make This A Reality and Success in The Philippines?


Panelists include:

  • Jose Aldon
    Managing Director & CEO
    AXI LNGAS INC
  • Eric Festa
    Vice President Global Business Development
    TOTAL GAS & POWER
  • FIRST GEN CORPORATION
  • Eduardo Mañalac
    President
    VIRES ENERGY CORPORATION
  • Karim Manuel G. Garcia
    Vice President - Business Development
    METRO PACIFIC INVESTMENTS CORPORATION
  • Mangesh Patankar
    Director - Gas and LNG Consulting
    WOOD MACKENZIE

1730

End of Conference Day One


0855

Recap


Vincent Choy
Managing Director
ALL EVENTS GROUP

0900

Developing Philippines into A Natural Gas and LNG Hub


Engr Arwin Ardon
Technical Consultant to the Office of the President
PHILIPPINES NATIONAL OIL COMPANY

0930

Utilizing and Forging Ahead With Natural Gas and LNG for Power In Thailand


Porrasak Ngamsompark
Acting Director for LNG Management Bureau - Department of Mineral Fuels
MINISTRY OF ENERGY, THAILAND

1000

Investing and Developing in Natural Gas and LNG Infrastructure in Indonesia and Southeast Asia


Danny Praditya
Commercial Director
PT PERUSAHAAN GAS NEGARA

1030

Networking Coffee Break


1100

Commercializing and Implementing A Successful FSRU Project in Philippines


Mohd Nurman
Vice President of LNG, Offshore & Special Projects Development Unit (Asia/Oceania)
MITSUI O.S.K LINES, LTD

1130

Actualizing, Excuting and Deploying an FSRU Project Successfully


Parth Jindal
Managing Director
HOEGH LNG

1200

The Critical Role of LNG in Japan

Makoto Matsumoto
Manager - Research Team, Energy Resources and International Business Unit
OSAKA GAS CO.,LTD.

1230

Networking Lunch


1400

Transmission Development Plan for The Philippines: Connecting Power Plants to The Grid


Eufemio C. Buluran Jr.
OIC-Head Luzon System Planning Division, Transmition Planning Department
NATIONAL GRID CORPORATION

1430

Actualizing, Executing and Deploying An FSRU Project Successfully


1500

Small LNG Infrastructure and Distribution Strategy for Remote and Inter-Island Areas


Joi Surya Dharma
Founder and CEO
ENERGY NUSANTARA

1530

Networking Coffee Break


1600

LNG Import Infrastructure Selection: NStrategic and Economic Evaluation


Nor Aslam Khan
Director
NEWGAS PTE LTD

1630

Floating LNG in The Philippines - Is This an Economic Option?


Jeff Miller
Country Manager
OWL ENERGY

1700

LNG As A Clean & Sustainable Fuel for The Transport Sector in Philippines


Lee Giok Seng
Executive Director
ASIA PACIFIC NATURAL GAS VEHICLES ASSOCIATION

1730

Closing and End of Conference


CONFERENCE SPONSOR


IN PARTNERSHIP WITH


Organized By

 


Supporting Partners

 

 

 


International Partner:

 


Media Partners

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Prices

$2400

Full Package
(2 Days Conference + Workshops)

Register Now!

$2200

2 Days Conference Only

Register Now!

$600

Workshop Only

Register Now!

Registration

Sponsorship & Exhibition Opportunities

More information is coming up soon, any inquiry please contact:

Samuel Tan
Business Development Manager
Email : samuel.tan@naturalgasglobal.com
Phone : +65 6506 0963
Mobile: +65 8777 0237
Fax : +65 6749 7293