In episode 13, Pat looks at the headway the industry is making despite the hurdles that COVID-19 brings. Hard evidence of this comes in the form of new regas terminals from 4 projects around the world.
This week, Pat takes a look at how different LNG companies are embracing the energy transition. Also on the agenda is the complexity of global LNG supply and demand forecasting.
This week, Pat looks at how companies such as Shell and GLX are working together on digital trading platforms and online reporting systems. It's evident how important technology is becoming in the LNG Business. Pat also discusses the recent LNG Shipping news and outlook.
This week Pat looks at what producers need to do to insure LNG is still attractive to investors, with flexibilty and adaptability being important factors. We also take a look at some of the key takeaways from this week's Japan LNG & Gas Virtual Summit.
This week Pat looks at what direction oil prices are likely to take in the future. She is then joined by special guest Ajay Singh, formerly of JAPEX and now Founder & Director, Global Hydrogen Development to discuss the future of green energy.
In this special bonus episode, Pat speaks to leading independant consultant Andy Flower about his thoughts on Asian LNG prices in the lead up to the 3rd Japan LNG & Gas Virtual Summit, taking place 8 - 9 July 2020. visit cwcjapanlng.com for more information.
This week Pat looks at the different initiatives the Global LNG industry is taking in order to stay relevant and how they are contributing constructively to energy transitions.
This week Pat looks at how likely the LNG industry is to get back to a pre COVID-19 growth curve. Pat is certain LNG can still have a bright future, providing it can meet 4 clear cornerstones: Cheap, clean, abundant and a consolidated business model.
This week Pat delves into the focus on the thinking of the IOC's. We take a look into whether a gas growth is on the horizon and prepare to brace ourselves for strong supply adjustments. One thing that Pat is certain on? The recovery of the Global LNG business will be very much demand led.