11 March 2015, Organized by Argus Media
Location: Australia Brisbane
Organizer: Argus Media
Tel: +65 6496 9966
The Australian east coast gas market is preparing for seismic shift as it gears up for its first LNG exports at the end of this year. Initial LNG ramp-up gas supplies will continue to exert downwards pressure on forward spot pricing in the domestic market for some time. But Asia’s ability to absorb spot LNG supplies will ultimately drive a new pricing paradigm in the Australian east coast gas market in the years to come.
Gas Processing: LNG Processing
How will dynamics in the Asian and global LNG markets play out in the coming years and what does this mean for Australian east coast gas pricing? Will the sharp fall in northeast Asian spot LNG prices seen in recent months affect not only the Queensland LNG export market, but also the east coast domestic market? And will Asia follow Europe’s lead by moving away from oil-indexed LNG pricing?
- Key drivers in global LNG spot markets
- Outlook for Gladstone spot supplies
- Asia and the push away from oil-indexed LNG pricing
- Henry Hub pricing and its impact on Australian LNG
- Examining China’s growth potential - what does the Russia - China pipeline deal mean for Australian LNG projects?
- LNG netback versus hub gas - which new Australian east coast gas pricing paradigm will prevail?
- Building liquidity and developing a forward curve in east coast gas markets