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Flame conference and WECS announce Women at Flame Summit
In order to provide a platform for dialogue on gender equality in global gas and LNG sector, Flame and the Women in Energy, Climate and Sustainability (WECS) Foundation are launching the Women at Flame Summit, being held on 11 May 2020 on the side-lines of the Flame Conference.
Four common misconceptions about the LNG industry
Do you have any long-cherished beliefs about the LNG industry which may not be grounded in fact? Last month at the LNG Global Congress, we caught up with four experts from across the industry to find out about some of the common misconceptions they have encountered. From US exports, to air pollution, to the economics of LNG vs pipeline gas, their answers may just get you to look a little differently at the LNG trade.
New approaches to LNG trading will challenge the role of price reporting agencies
The LNG market is in the process of developing from a structure dominated by long-term, destination restricted contracts to a mature commodity market characterised by gas-to-gas price indexation, destination flexible cargoes and multiple liquid regional hubs. Speaking at the LNG Global Congress in London last week, traders explained how innovative approaches to managing risk and improving regional pricing transparency are assisting in the market’s development.
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