Code Date Venue Early Bird Fee Fee
PD491 24 - 26 Feb 2020 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia SGD 3,599 SGD 3,799 Remind me of Course Dates
PD491 24 - 26 Feb 2020 Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia RM 10,797 RM 11,397 Remind me of Course Dates

Code

PD491

Date

24 - 26 Feb 2020

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

SGD 3,599

Fee

SGD 3,799

Code

PD491

Date

24 - 26 Feb 2020

Venue

Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia

Early Bird Fee

RM 10,797

Fee

RM 11,397

About this Training Course

Innovations in LNG supply agreements and transportation systems have become more competitive as it provides the means of supplying natural gas for power generation and other uses.

Hence, it is increasingly important for those involved in the industry to have an in-depth understanding of the variety of contracts that are used in negotiations in LNG supply and transportation.

This 3-day course will be of interest to professionals involved in managing international investments in oil and gas ventures including negotiators, lawyers, analysts, procurement managers, corporate development managers, governmental relations executives, officials in state petroleum companies and Ministries of Energy, Finance and Geological Surveys.

After the completion of this 3-day session, participants will be able to:

  • Gain an understanding of pricing methodology and procurement strategy.
  • Develop an understanding of the enforcement of Destination Clauses.
  • Examine the resolution of disputes between Sellers and Buyers and recent decisions and arbitration awards.
  • Examine LNG Storage and Regasification Agreements.
  • Get up to speed on operational issues, measurement and specifications, production accounting and gas delivery procedures under LNG Contract Management.

This course will benefit professionals involved in managing international investments in oil and gas ventures including:

  • Negotiators
  • Lawyers
  • Analysts
  • Procurement Managers
  • Corporate Development Managers
  • Governmental Relations Executives
  • Officials in state petroleum companies and Ministries of Energy, Finance and Geological Surveys
  • Course material will be presented in both a lecture format and a handbook.
  • Each topic begins with a statement of the intended Learning Outcome.
  • Power point slides, which coincide with the text of the handbook, will be used to focus on the key features of each topic.

These materials will provide participants with a useful resource for future reference for a better understanding of the course material. The course leader also encourages questions and feedback from participants during the topical presentations.

At the end of each Section, participants will be asked to apply the information presented to an Exercise that is intended to reflect situations that are commonly encountered in the natural gas industry.

The analysis of each Exercise is aided by the use of Contract Checklists as a means of understanding whether the terms involve commercial, operational or legal issues for the relevant agreement. Participants are then expected to describe how they would approach the management or resolution of the situation by applying the instructional material.