Main Conference Day 2 - 21 June 2017

8:50 AM - 9:00 AM Opening Address

Realising the Next Generation of FLNG Projects: Commercial Considerations & Financing

9:00 AM - 9:30 AM Eye on the Big Picture: Re-Examining FLNG Commercial Viability for the Short-to-Medium Term

Shiv Sivarajah, Director of Natural Resources, ING Bank N.V.
  • In the current LNG oversupply market, what is the commercial rationale for financing a FLNG project?
  • How can FLNG be financed on a limited or non-recourse basis - 2 models for FLNG financing
  • What are the key risks and potential mitigants in financing FLNG?

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Shiv Sivarajah

Director of Natural Resources
ING Bank N.V.

Realising the Next Generation of FLNG Projects: Commercial Considerations & Financing

9:30 AM - 10:00 AM Must-Have Criteria For an FLNG Project to be Considered Bankable

Marc-Henry Lebrun, Managing Director, Deputy Head of Finance & Advisory APAC, Societe Generale
• Why is even the most proven, safest floating technology not enough to bring a project to the table?
• What key areas of assessment do banks consider in prototype, completion and operating performance?
• Understand major non-traditional elements in FLNG project financing assessments including reserve, marketing, contracts and more

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Marc-Henry Lebrun

Managing Director, Deputy Head of Finance & Advisory APAC
Societe Generale

10:00 AM - 10:30 AM Morning coffee & networking break (Shared with FSRU Asia Summit)

Re-examining Concept Development, Pre-FEED & FEED, & Execution

10:30 AM - 11:00 AM Determining The Main Requirements For FLNG Project Finance Contracts And How To Launch Innovative Projects In A Low-Oil Price Environment

Scott Neilson, Partner, Allen & Overy
· Legal considerations when comparing various project financing structures and how to select the best one for your project
· Case-study: FLNG project financing

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Scott Neilson

Partner
Allen & Overy

Re-examining Concept Development, Pre-FEED & FEED, & Execution

11:00 AM - 11:30 AM Evolution of the AtShoreLNG (ASLNG) Concept

Paul Sullivan, VP, Projects, Steelhead LNG
  • Developing an Industry Focused Concept for outcome enhancement
  • Capturing Innovation and Repeatability to enhance economics
  • Harnessing Global Engineering-Procurement-Fabrication (EPF) Capability and Local Know-How

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Paul Sullivan

VP, Projects
Steelhead LNG

Re-examining Concept Development, Pre-FEED & FEED, & Execution

11:30 AM - 12:00 PM Delivering an FLNG Project: From Pre-FEED to Construction

Dominique Gadelle, Vice-President Gas Monetization Product Line, TechnipFMC
• Critical concept development for optimal size, weight and scale – and how these held up against the realities of FEED processes and construction
• Overcoming project management challenges: Lessons learnt in avoiding scheduling delays and reducing cost uncertainties
• Engineering for reliable side-by-side offloading connectivity and long-term operations under extreme sea state

Dominique Gadelle

Vice-President Gas Monetization Product Line
TechnipFMC

Re-examining Concept Development, Pre-FEED & FEED, & Execution

12:00 PM - 12:30 PM Achieving Versatility in Small-Mid Scale FLNG Concepts

Luc Pescio, Vice-President, Floating Gas Solutions, Bumi Armada Gianluca Orlandi, Project Manager, Floating Gas Solutions, Bumi Armada
• How can cost efficiency be integrated into both conversion and new-build hull design paradigms for 1-2 mtpa sized projects?
• Factors leading to ease of adoption over a range of locations and feed gas quality
• Strategies to fast-track the FEED process without compromising technical integrity in construction

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Luc Pescio

Vice-President, Floating Gas Solutions
Bumi Armada
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Gianluca Orlandi

Project Manager, Floating Gas Solutions
Bumi Armada

12:30 PM - 1:30 PM Networking lunch (Shared with FSRU Asia Summit)

1:30 PM - 1:30 PM Shared sessions with FSRU Asia Summit

After lunch, the FLNG World Congress will be merged with the FSRU Asia Summit, allowing delegates to benefit from both conferences.

1:30 PM - 2:15 PM India – Benefits Of Utilizing FSRUs In A Price-Sensitive Import Market

Abhishek Kumar, Deputy General Manager- Business & Project Development (Offshore LNG Projec, HEnergy
  • Overview of India’s LNG demand, which is expected to register a compound annual growth rate (CAGR) of 17% during 2015-2025
  • Current state of India’s stretched LNG infrastructure and the investments being made to grow the sector
  • How FSRUs will play a major role in making India a major LNG importer in the next 5 years
  • Breakdown of existing and planned FSRUs in India and their specifications, supply contracts and lease

Abhishek Kumar

Deputy General Manager- Business & Project Development (Offshore LNG Projec
HEnergy

2:15 PM - 3:00 PM Bangladesh – Jumping On The LNG Import Bandwagon Through FSRUs

Abul Mansur, Chairman, Petrobangla
  • Understanding why importing LNG is a natural progression for Bangladesh, where 63% of power plants are already gas-fired
  • Identifying major financial, regulatory and economic considerations for Bangladesh to start importing LNG using FSRUs
  • List of Infrastructure needed to support FSRUs operations in Bangladesh, including storage tanks, jettys, pipelines, etc.

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Abul Mansur

Chairman
Petrobangla

3:00 PM - 3:30 PM Afternoon tea & networking break (Shared with FSRU Asia Summit)

3:30 PM - 4:00 PM Myanmar – Powering The Nation Through Gas Imports Via FSRUs

U Soe Myint, Director General (R), Energy Planning Department, Myanmar Ministry of Electricity and Energy
  • Overview of Myanmar’s gas-fired power plants requirements
  • Analysing the power needs of Myanmar and the various Special Economic Zones (SEZs)
  • Benefits of importing LNG via FSRU for the Thilawa SEZ and Dawei SEZ
  • Estimated timeline, requirements and location of the planned LNG / FSRU terminals

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U Soe Myint

Director General (R)
Energy Planning Department, Myanmar Ministry of Electricity and Energy

4:00 PM - 4:30 PM Philippines – Potential FSRU implementations to meet the country’s natural gas demands

Laura L. Saguin, Division Chief, Natural Gas Management Division, Department of Energy, Philippines
  • Overview of the current natural gas supply situation in the Philippines
  • Evaluating the benefits of FSRUs in meeting Philippine gas demands
  • Utilizing a FSRU as an interim measure before a permanent LNG terminal is built
  • Updates on time-line, progress of the various planned FSRUs across the Philippines

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Laura L. Saguin

Division Chief, Natural Gas Management Division
Department of Energy, Philippines

4:30 PM - 4:30 PM Closing address