March 10 - 11 @ Marquis Events Place, Bonaficio Global City, Manila, Philippines

Date:

10 - 11 March 2020

Pre Conference Workshop:

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Conference

10 - 11 March 2020

RATIONALE AND OBJECTIVE FOR THE EVENT


The Who’s Who in the region’s LNG and Natural Gas circle is set to gather once again at the most anticipated and targeted annual 6th LNG Supply, Transport & Storage Philippines forum will take place on 10-11 March 2020 at the Marquis Events Place @ Bonaficio Global City, Manila, Philippines.

It is inevitable that the Philippines will urgently address the need to push forward with new natural gas and LNG infrastructure development for the power generation industry as we move into the new decade. The need to procure and import LNG in the near and long term is a certainty and will the quickest way to meet increasing domestic demand as we move into 2020. As more power utilities are turning to natural gas to diverse their portfolio and ensure security of supply, LNG’s role in the Philippines’ energy mix will get bigger and play a critical role for stakeholders.

The main objective for 2020 will be tapping and participating into current and upcoming LNG and natural gas infrastructure, distribution opportunities and potential partnerships along the value chain. Investors’ interests in the sector remain bullish and are consistently looking forward to join upcoming LNG-related projects. Currently there are interesting developments that are taking place in the Philippines with increasing players wanting to participate and collaborate to build both offshore and onshore LNG terminals within the Philippines.

As the industry anticipates a major LNG terminal being completed and commissioned within the next couple of years, there at least 3 more related LNG projects in the Philippines that accelerate goals to be an LNG hub.

Taking on the theme, “Developing and integrating the natural gas and LNG value chain to support upcoming LNG import and storage Infrastructure for the Power Generation Industry” this business-critical forum will continue to address and propagate LNG imports infrastructure that can bring the Philippines closer into becoming an LNG hub.

This is the perfect opportunity for all serious stakeholders to highlight real opportunities for and establish their position in this vibrant marketplace.

More information about Philippines’s LNG potential is available from the website below.

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WHAT HAPPENED IN 2018?

The Philippines’s LNG series was started in 2013 and our goal is to consistently promote and provide a neutral platform addressing business opportunities and successful case studies sharing that will help build Philippines’s natural gas and LNG industry.

2018 attracted around 157 delegates from 9 countries with 70% of delegates are stakeholders and investors based in the Philippines. The main sponsors are Cheniere Energy and Wison Offshore and Marine. Some of the participants include House of Representatives – Philippines, Department of Energy, Philippines National Oil Company, First Gen, Meralco, Phoenix Petroleum, International Finance Corporation, Osaka Gas, Axi LNGAS, Vires Energy, Quezon Power, SK E&S, Supreme Power, Tokyo Boeki, Phinma Energy, Philex, AG&P, PT MAN Energy Solutions, PT PGN, PT PGN LNG, Phinma Petroleum and Geothermal, Philippine Economic Zone Authority, Petronas LNG, Osaka Gas, Osaka Gas Singapore, Oiltanking, Asia, NGCP, MRC Allied, Mitsui, MOL, Metro Pacific Investments, Marubeni, JBIC, McConnell Dowell, JBIC, LNG Japan Corporation, Islas Tankers Seatransport Corporation, Asian Development Bank, , Hoegh LNG Asia, Hansei Corporation, Gas Natural Fenosa LNG Singapore Pte Ltd, FSC Metal Corporation, Exxon Mobil Indonesia, Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands, Embassy of Spain in Manila, Embassy of Japan, Eastern Petroleum, COWI, DTI- UK, China Banking Corporation, BW Energy Services, British Columbia - Trade & Investment Office, BDO Capital & Investment Corporation and AG&P among many others.

2018’s forum provided business and feasible strategies addressed by key regional stakeholders in the anticipation of upcoming integration of import infrastructures along Philippines’s LNG value chain.



Event Schedule

0830

Registration

0855

Organizer’s Remarks

Vincent Choy
Managing Director
ALL EVENTS GROUP

0900

Opening Address
LOOKING THROUGH THE LEGISLATIVE LENS

Inviting:
Senator Sherwin T. Gatchalian
Chairman
SENATE COMMITTEE ON ENERGY

0915

Welcome Keynote Address

Inviting:
H.E Alfonso Cusi
Secretary
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

0930

REALIZING NATURAL GAS AND LNG STRATEGIES FOR POWER AS WE MOVE INTO THE NEXT DECADE

Senior Representative
DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY

1000

THE CHANGING DYNAMICS OF LNG INDUSTRY AND ITS STRATEGIC IMPACT ON THE PHILIPPINES

Mangesh Patankar
Director, Gas and LNG Consulting
WOOD MACKENZIE

1030

Networking Coffee Break

1100

PHILIPPINES’S ELECTRICITY REGULATORY ENVIRONMENT AND ITS IMPACT ON NATURAL GAS AND LNG

Inviting:
Agnes Devanadera
Chairperson>
ENERGY REGULATORY COMMISSION

1130

U.S LNG: TAILORING LNG IMPORT STRATEGY TO COMPLEMENT INFRASTRUCTURE DEVELOPMENT IN THE PHILIPPINES

Unai Pastor Aguirrezabal
Origination Vice President
CHENIERE MARKETING

1200

DEVELOPING AN LNG CHAIN FOR THE PHILIPPINES

Stephane Maillard
General Manager
GTT SOUTH EAST ASIA

13:15

Networking Lunch

1345

>LNG INFRASTRUCTURE FOR POWER

Inviting
Senior Representative
FIRST GEN CORPORATION

1415

A COMMERCIALIZATION STRATEGY FOR LNG TO POWER SOLUTION FOR THE PHILIPPINES

Jose Aldon
Managing Director & CEO
AXI LNGAS Inc

1445

DEVELOPING AN LNG CHAIN FOR THE PHILIPPINES: DEFINING KEY OPPORTUNITIES AHEAD

Stewart Elliott
Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director ENERGY WORLD CORPORATION LTD

1515

Networking Coffee Break

1615

LNG-TO-POWER DEVELOPMENT: A FINANCIER’S PERSPECTIVE

Inviting:
Alan Townsend
Senior Industry Specialist
INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORP (IFC)

1645

ACTUALIZE AND DEPLOYING FSRU FOR PHILIPPINES

Inviting:
Parth Jindal
Managing Director
HOEGH LNG ASIA

1715

Panel Discussion:
INTEGRATING LNG INFRASTRUCTURE AND DISTRIBUTION ALONG THE VALUE CHAIN: WHAT NEEDS TO BE DONE FOR LNG IN THE PHILIPPINES TO TAKE OFF?

nvited Panelists Include:
• Jose Aldon, Managing Director & CEO - AXI LNGAS Inc
• Alan Townsend, Senior Industry Specialist, INTERNATIONAL FINANCE CORP (IFC) (Invited)
FIRST GEN CORPORATION (Invited)
• Christophe Malet, Senior Vice President Upstream & Mainstream, HANAS LNG
• Eduardo Mañalac, President, VIRES ENERGY CORP
MERALCO POWER GENERATION (Invited)
PHOENIX PETROLEUM (Invited)

1800

End of Conference Day One

0900

Recap

Vincent Choy
Managing Director
ALL EVENTS GROUP

0915

NATURAL GAS PLAYING A KEY ROLE TO MEET INCEASING DEMAND – UPCOMING THE ROLE OF LNG

Inviting:
Adm Reuben S. Lista
President and CEO
PHILIPPINE NATIONAL OIL COMPANY

0945

DEVELOPING PHILIPPINES'S LNG INDUSTRY - GAS POLICY NEEDED TO SUPPORT DEVELOPMENT


Prof. Ramon Clarete
Project Director
GAS POLICY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT (GPDP)

1015

INTERGRATING LNG INTO THE POWER VALUE CHAIN: A BUYER’S PERSPECTIVE

Inviting:
Senior Representative
MERALCO POWER GENERATION

1045

Networking Coffee Break

1115

LNG REGASIFICATION TERMINALS AND THE LNG VALUE CHAIN – LESSONS LEARNED FROM INDONESIA

Syahrial Mukhtar
Director Strategy
PT PGN

1145

FAST TRACKING LNG TO POWER PROJECT FOR THE PHILIPPINES


Christophe Malet
Senior Vice President Upstream & Mainstream
HANAS LNG

1215

NEW ENABLING LNG IMPORT TERMINAL SOLUTIONS TO LOWER COSTS: CASE STUDY VIETNAM FSRU TERMINALS


Ron Heffron
Senior VP, Marine
COWI

1245

Networking Lunch


1400

CONNECTING LNG AND NATURAL GAS POWER PLANTS TO THE GRID


Inviting
Redi Allan B. Remoroza
Head Transmission Planning Department
NATIONAL GRID CORPORATION OF THE PHILIPPINES (NGCP)

1430

DISTRIBUTING AND TRANSPORTING NATURAL GAS FOR POWER AND INDUSTRIES IN THE PHILIPPINES EFFECTIVELY


Inviting
Anton Perdices
Chief Operating Officer
VISAYAN ELECTRIC COMPANY’S (VECO)

1500

FEASIBILITY AND TECHNICAL CONSIDERATIONS OF HYBRID FLOATING POWER STATIONS (LNG, POWER STORAGE, RENEWABLES)


Vincent Chua
Energy South East Asia, India & Australia Area Deputy Director
RINA

1530

LNG AS A FUEL AND THE REQUISITE BUNKER


Founder, Director and Global Advocate
LNG MARINE FUEL INSTITUTE

Captain Walter P. Purio
Co Founder and Chairman
QUAYCHAIN PTE LTD

1600

Closing and End of Conference


0900

Recap


Vincent Choy
Managing Director
ALL EVENTS GROUP

0915

LNG GROWTH DRIVERS IN ASEAN


0945

HOW CAN PHILIPPINES BE A NATURAL GAS AND LNG HUB TO MEET INCEASING DEMAND FOR POWER GENERATION?


1015

SMALL LNG TO POWER PROJECTS


1045

Networking Coffee Break


1115

INVESTING AND DEVELOPING IN NATURAL GAS AND LNG INFRASTRUCTURE IN SOUTH EAST ASIA: HOW CAN PHILIPPINES BENEFIT?


1145

HOW CAN YOU WORK TOWARDS A COMMERCIALLY VIABLE FSRU PROJECT FOR THE PHILIPPINES?


1215

Networking Lunch


1330

HOW TO ACTUALIZE, EXECUTE AND DEPLOY A SMALL FSRU PROJECT SUCCESSFULLY IN THE FASTEST WAY?


1400

MALL SCALE LNG IMPORT INFRASTRUCTURE: COULD THIS BE THE ANSWER TO KICK START LNG IN THE PHILIPPINES?


1430

Networking Coffee Break


1500

SMALL LNG INFRASTRUCTURE AND DISTRIBUTION STRATEGY FOR REMOTE AND INTER-ISLAND AREAS


1530

DISTRIBUTING AND TRANSPORTING LNG FOR POWER AND INDUSTRIES IN THE PHILIPPINES EFFECTIVELY


1600

Closing and End of Conference


Conference Sponsors

Cheniere

GTT LNG


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Prices

$2200

2 Days Conference Only

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