18 October 2018
SESSION 6 – The Evolution of LNG Business Models: How is the Industry Adapting?
How can value be derived from the growing and commoditising LNG business? - The importance of managing risks in the business at every point within the supply chain - How are corporate strategies continuing to evolve and what are the implic Read More...
How can value be derived from the growing and commoditising LNG business?
- The importance of managing risks in the business at every point within the supply chain
- How are corporate strategies continuing to evolve and what are the implications for
marketing LNG from the next wave of projects?
- How much success can we expect in reducing the cost stack for new LNG supply?
- Current trends for FLNG – new opportunities and which projects are on the target list for
- What are examples of adaptation and new trends being set by:
o Asian utilities
o Long term suppliers to the region
o Portfolio players
o LNG Traders
o FSRU Providers
o Regas owners and operators
Nicholas joined Wood Mackenzie in 2007 as a consultant in London. Based in Singapore since 2012, he leads two Wood Mackenzie Asia research teams: Gas & LNG, and Power & Renewables. The teams provides commercial analysis on LNG, gas, renewable and electricity markets, pricing and trends across Asia. He also leads Wood Mackenzie’s global LNG Corporate research. An energy markets and LNG specialist, he has advised on several major international infrastructure transactions and project financing engagements. He also completed projects across the gas value chain such as on gas monetization options, transport economics and market entry strategies. Nicholas joined Wood Mackenzie from Total, where he worked on their gas & power trading floor, in addition to gas sales and marketing. Nicholas holds a B.A. from Trinity College Dublin, an M.Sc. from the London School of Economics and an MBA from INSEAD.