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IEA's Global Gas Security Review 2019

  • <p>Energy Institute&nbsp;</p> <p>61 New Cavendish Street</p> <p>London</p> <p>W1G 7AR</p>
  • 22-01-2019
  • 16:30 - 18:00
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Our upcoming evening lecture in partnership with the International Energy Agency (IEA) will look at the findings of their third edition of the Global Gas Security Review.

Today’s natural gas markets are being reshaped by major emerging liquefied natural gas (LNG) buyers, led by the People’s Republic of China, and the rising production and exports from the United States. This transformation, driven by growing markets and supplied by fast-changing LNG trade, brings its share of security-related challenges as was highlighted by China’s supply shortfall over the last winter.

The International Energy Agency’s third edition of the Global Gas Security Review provides an in-depth analysis of recent security-related issues and lessons learned, as well as special focuses on contract flexibility, short-term LNG deliverability and shipping fleet availability.

Jean-Baptiste Dubreuil, Senior Natural Gas Analyst, IEA

Malcolm Brinded CBE FREng FEI, President, Energy Institute


16:30 - Registration and refreshments 
17:00 - Lecture commences, followed by 30 minutes Q&A
18:00 - Lecture concludes

To access the event via WebEx please click here, go to the upcoming tab and select the 'IEA's Global Gas Security Review'

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