This course is reserved for experts from the following countries and territories: China, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei, Indonesia and the Philippines.
The course is free of charge and will be held in Bali, Indonesia, from 7 to 9 February 2023. The key topics that will be covered include:
We warmly encourage you to submit requests from experts from your organisation, interested in taking part in the training course, and in forwarding this invitation to interested parties.
The course sits under the LNGnet Project. Launched in 2021 by the European Commission to enhance the liquidity, flexibility, transparency, and sustainability of the global LNG market, the project is led by consortium partners: the Florence School of Regulation, Cecoforma, and Baringa Partners.
The LNGnet Project has been launched in Spring 2021 by the European Commission to enhance the liquidity, flexibility, transparency and sustainability of the global LNG market. The Project aims at deepening the engagement of partner countries in liquid and flexible global LNG trade, and to increase their understanding of EU gas and LNG market policies and practices, including on the envisaged decarbonisation of the gas sector in line with the EU’s climate objectives.
Within the LNGnet Project, Training Courses are offered, dealing with: Gas market design, structure and regulation; LNG market structure, organisation and arrangements; Decarbonisation, gases and LNG.
Courses are free of charge and reserved for energy experts from Ministries, Government Agencies and other public bodies in charge of energy, energy companies and their associations, major energy consumers, academia. Participants are selected from candidates based on their background and position, with a view to ensure a fair representation of countries, organisations and genders. Travel and accommodation may be covered for selected participants from eligible countries.
At the end of the course, participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance.
This course is free of charge.
The LNGnet Project will cover the travel costs (economy class) for all selected participants, meeting at least one of the following criteria:
A per diem (daily allowance) will be offered to these eligible participants to cover accommodation and related expenses.
For sponsored participants who need a visa to enter Indonesia, the project can reimburse the visa costs, subject to the provision of supporting documents.
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