CodeDateVenueEarly Bird FeeFee
PE140611 - 14 Aug 2020Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia or Live Webinar SGD 3,899 SGD 4,099 Remind me of Course Dates
PE140611 - 14 Aug 2020Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia or Live Webinar RM 11,697 RM 12,297 Remind me of Course Dates

Code

PE1406

Date

11 - 14 Aug 2020

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia or Live Webinar

Early Bird Fee

SGD 3,899

Fee

SGD 4,099

Code

PE1406

Date

11 - 14 Aug 2020

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia or Live Webinar

Early Bird Fee

RM 11,697

Fee

RM 12,297

About this Training Course

This 4-day course will provide an informed insight in choices and limitations of containment systems and how advances in propulsion technology, coupled with environmental legislation, are narrowing the parameters of asset operability and commercial viability.

It will review vessel operations and its interface with fixed and floating terminals, the legislative and day-to-day operations criteria that in turn affect safe and reliable cargo deliveries.

In-depth sessions on Freight Economics, Voyage Optimisation, Pricing and Trade Flows will lead to a holistic understanding of the increasingly dynamic and short-term charter market. This will then be linked to the legal and commercial implications of Charter Party and Supply Contract Clauses as well as means to avoid or mitigate such risks.

After the completion of this 4-day session, participants will be able to:

  • Understand marine transport in the LNG value chain: Safe, Reliable and Cost-Effective
  • Learn the key components of LNG freight costs and ship chartering process
  • Appreciate how technological developments affect transport economics
  • Develop confidence in managing a more diverse and shorter-term cargo supply chain
  • Explore the next phase in LNG market growth, freight-led arbitrage and pricing
  • Discuss all your queries and challenges

Current and future leaders with an engineering, operational, financial or general management background who are required to gain a deeper understanding of the LNG value chain and how its maritime component plays a critical – and increasingly complex – part.

The course will be delivered in an interactive style, encouraging participants to learn and challenge how technological and commercial innovation is driving commoditisation and thus a much broader participation and optionality in the LNG cargo space.

The course will also appeal to those in ancillary industries/sectors who wish to understand their client’s activities and needs better e.g. OEM, service providers (Finance/Law/Audit) as well as Regulators and Terminal Operators.

The course will be delivered in an interactive style, encouraging participants to learn and challenge how technological and commercial innovation is driving commoditisation and thus a much broader participation and optionality in the LNG cargo space.

Your expert course leader has over 40 years’ experience in the maritime and energy industry, initially as dual-certified officer on tankers and, after obtaining an MSc in International Shipping, came ashore with Shell Trading and Shipping, initially as Business Analyst followed by, Product and LPG Charterer, Global Head of Claims, Demurrage and Cargo Care as well as Freight Operations. For the past 15 years, he has been involved in Shell’s LNG business; in Supply Trading, as Head of Global LNG Operations before moving to Qatar as VP Shipping for a newfound marketing entity. He returned to London in 2010 to join Shipping & Maritime as Manager Fleet Operations from where he retired in July 2017. He remains committed to the LNG industry, in particular, its maritime transport and use as marine fuel. He now runs a consultancy business, serving a broad variety of clients on the above, attends meetings by the Sustainable Gas Institute and other organisations committed to the marine transport of energy.