LNG Market Structure, Organisation and Arrangements

3 DAY Residential Course

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:

  • LNG key actors and market organisation
  • LNG pricing and financing
  • Trading arrangements and corporate strategies
  • Regulatory issues
  • The role of LNG in the energy transition
  • Case studies from the EU and target regions

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.

LNGnet

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.

LNGnet logo

  • Dates
    07 Feb 2023 - 09 Feb 2023
  • Level
    Highlights
  • Type
    Residential
  • Register by
    16 Dec 2022
The LNGnet Project

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.

Learning outcomes
  • Familiarize with the current LNG market functioning and demand/supply signals
  • Identify external events impacting LNG global markets
  • Assess the impact of proposals for the development of higher flexibility and transparency in LNG trade
  • Learn how the LNG industry can become more sustainable and contribute to the reduction of greenhouse gas emissions
  • Understand and discriminate options for enhancing flexible LNG supplies
Course Certificate

At the end of the course, participants will receive a Certificate of Attendance.

Fees and financial support

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:

  1. Representing a public body, international organisation, university or other not-for-profit institution dedicated to scientific, energy-related research and/or publication;
  2. Place of the registered office of the organisation they represent, or domicile, is a country or territory that is in 2022 and 2023 eligible to receive official development assistance (ODA) according to the relevant OECD definition, published at ODA Recipients for reporting 2022 and 2023. For this Training Course, the following countries are eligible: China, Myanmar, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, Malaysia, Indonesia and the Philippines.

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.

Find out more information in this logistical note.


Any doubt?
Contact your course facilitator

Contact Ghazi

Other FSR Courses

EU Gas ‎Network Codes
Registration open
EU Gas ‎Network Codes

The implementation of the EU Gas Network Codes (NC) requires an important effort from many participants of the market and sound competence and specialised resources.   Join us to gain comprehensive knowledge about…

LNG Market Structure, Organisation and Arrangements
Registration open
LNG Market Structure, Organisation and Arrangements

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…

Regulation of the Power Sector
Registration open
Regulation of the Power Sector

All you need to know about the power sector and power systems around the world  Power system regulation is never at a rest, and this is particularly true for the…

Executive Course to master Electricity Markets
Executive Course to master Electricity Markets

The Florence School of Regulation’s executive course to master Electricity Markets discusses the microeconomics of wholesale power markets and carbon markets and their implications for energy policies. The course gathers…

The EU Green Deal
The EU Green Deal

This eight-week course covers the fundamentals of energy and climate policy in the EU Green Deal. The Grand Tour of Europe’s energy and climate policy The European Green Deal is…

Regulation for Sustainable Development Goal 7
Regulation for Sustainable Development Goal 7

Achieving equal access to affordable, reliable, sustainable and modern energy is one of the targets of the United Nation’s initiatives for a sustainable future (Sustainable Development Goal 7). According to…

Clean Molecules for the Energy Transition
Clean Molecules for the Energy Transition

Clean Molecules: Hydrogen, Biogas, Biomethane, Synthetic Gas Within the EU Green Deal vision and framework, renewable, low-carbon, and even emission-negative gases will have a prominent role to play in decarbonising…

Summer School on Regulation of Energy Utilities
Summer School on Regulation of Energy Utilities

Learn the fundamental regulatory principles of the electricity and gas sectors through hands-on, real case activities and examples with instructors from national regulatory authorities from Europe and North America, the…

Summer School on Energy Systems for Young Researchers
Summer School on Energy Systems for Young Researchers

The Summer School on Energy Systems will focus on the on the role of different energy vectors, notably hydrogen and electricity, in a sector-coupled energy system and the policy and…

Join our community

To meet, discuss and learn in the channel that suits you best.

scroll

top