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Mi Gove nis rn t m for ries en FR att t EE en !* d #fsru2014 17 – 19 February 2014 LNG FLOATING STORAGE REGASIFICATION UNIT 2nd INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE The Address Hotel | Dubai Mall | Dubai | UAE FSRUs-acatalyst for driving the LNG industry forward! The catalyst for international FSRU projects IIR Middle East are proud to host the 2 Annual International FSRU 2014 Summit, the FIRST and ONLY event bringing together industry experts to discuss the latest news about existing and planned FSRU projects around the world. nd FLEXIBILITY, MAINTAINABILITY, FASTER, CAPACITY, CHEAPER, EASIER, IN-DEMAN… FSRUs are on the rise globally, hear the latest projects and upcoming opportunities within FSRU operations Zaher Sleiman Advisor to the Minister, Head of LNG Unit Ministry of Energy and Water Lebanon S. Naraynan Managing Director Andra Pradesh Gas Distribution Corporation India Melanie Wright LNG Prospecting and Origination Manager MENA GDF SUEZ UK Djoko Saputro Director of Technology and Development PGN Indonesia Alessandro Ciocchi Business Development Manager V. Ships Monaco SAM Monaco Olga Vedernikova Director Clarksons LNG UK Martin White Regional Director 4Gas Asia Dubai Ali Abdallah, Business Development Manager Middle East & East Africa GTT France France Why You Have To Be There: Critical Topic Highlights Include: ➜➜ Hear the latest existing and planned FSRU projects internationally ➜➜ Meet the key decision makers across the value chain ➜➜ Identify your place in the market and understand where your services are needed ➜➜ Increase your market visibility and improve your competitor analysis & benchmarking ➜➜ Market Overview and commercial indicators for growth LNG & FSRUs ➜➜ A series of in-depth case-studies which examine the upcoming opportunities within FSRU ➜➜ Addressing the reality checks within FSRU projects: what leads to the so-called sleepers ➜➜ Risk Management strategies: how to reduce risk on FSRU projects ➜➜ Conversions Vs. New-build ➜➜ Operational engineering challenges: Shipbuilding perspectives PLUS! Dont miss our industry-leading workshops on 19 February 2014: Media Partners com Supporting Maritime Authority AM - Workshop A: OPERATIONS PM - Workshop B: TECHNICAL www.iirme.com/fsru Organised By
As the LNG market continues to grow internationally FSRUs have become an increasingly important component, in particular to smaller and growing economies worldwide. With 11 active FSRUs and over 40 approved and planned for the following years, the growth rate for FSRUs is increasing steeply. FSRU operations are likely to surge by 100% in the next two years as Governments and private companies continue to take advantage of a faster, cheaper and more flexible means of re-gasifying LNG. The 2nd Annual FSRU International 2014 Summit is the ONLY FSRU summit taking place in the Middle East, with a larger geographical focus including the Middle East, Eastern Mediterranean, India, Indonesia and Africa. FSRU 2014 provides you with a platform to hear the latest existing and planned FSRU operations in Indonesia, India, Jordan, Kuwait, Lebanon and other regional hot spots and investment areas. We are pleased to be the ONLY event in the region to draw together the leading international players in this exciting new area of the LNG industry to forge working relationships and fast-track new projects. Comprehensive Coverage Of the Jordan Golar LNG Limited has signed a deal to provide the Government of the Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan with the country’s first Floating Storage and Regasification (FSRU) time charter. The FSRU Golar Eskimo is said to hold a capacity of 160,000 cubic meters of LNG and will provide gas to the Jordan Gas Transmission Pipeline, which delivers natural gas to power plants throughout the Kingdom. The case-study will include an in-depth timeframe overview of the latest FSRU developments along with the challenges faced so far. Dubai and Kuwait The case-study around existing FSRUs assesses the performance of operational FSRUs, namely in Jebel Ali port, Dubai first FSRU which has been operating since 2010, and Kuwait’s latest FSRU located in KNPC’s LNG import terminal Mina Al, which has been operating since March 2014. The case-study will pay particular attention to how well these FSRUs have been functioning as well as what makes FSRUs successful and why countries choose to use them as opposed to on-land regasification plants? INDIA S. Narayanan, Managing Director, Andra Pradesh Gas Distribution Corporation, India India’s demand for LNG is growing; these two case-studies will focus on the two most important FSRU projects, the deep-water port at Kakinada and offshore Andhra Pradesh. Both locations are strategically placed and are considered as key markets for importing gas to India. The deep-water port at Kakinada project: The latest developments in the recent submission of the draft Environmental Impact Assessment report and the signing of the Port Services Agreement will be discussed, as well as the commercial arrangements, operational factors of the project and current port facilities. Andhra Pradesh (AP) FSRU project: Andhra Pradesh Gas Distribution Corporation Ltd have recently entered into a project framework agreement with GDF Suez LNG UK Ltd, for jointly setting up the first FSRU in offshore Andhra Pradesh. This case-study will explore the project stages with exclusive insights from Managing Director of Andra Pradesh Gas Distribution Corporation Mr. S. Narayanan including challenges and best practices of setting up FSRUs in East India. 4 Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Web: www.iirme.com/fsru
IIR Middle East is proud to continue welcoming key FSRU representatives from across the value chain to this growing international summit. Some of last year’s senior level delegates and leading industry speakers included: ➜ Dubai Supply Authority ➜ Warstilla ➜ GTT France ➜ Kuwait Petroleum Corporation ➜ Hoegh LNG ➜ Macquarie Group ➜ Brunei National Petroleum Co. ➜ Drydocks World ➜ Mitsui & Co. Middle East ltd. ➜ Ministry of Oil & Minerals Yemen ➜ Egyptian Natural Gas ➜ Brunei National Petroleum Company ➜ Ministry of Petroleum Egypt ➜ PT Pertamina ➜ Drydocks Worls ➜ Petronet LNG Limited ➜ UAE NationalTransport Authority ➜ Yemen Gas Co. ➜ Osaka Gas Company ➜ Standard Chartered Bank …and many more! ➜ Dolphin Energy ➜ RINA Group ➜ Shell ➜ Mubadala Latest FSRU Projects in the Region Lebanon Lebanon has become the most recent country in the Middle East to launch international tenders for its first FSRU in the Beddawi area. The FSRU is to supply local power plants with natural gas, as well as the coastal pipeline that will interconnect all coastal existing and future power plants. Zaher Sleiman, Advisor to the Minister, Head of LNG Unit, Ministry of Energy and Water, Lebanon The case-study will include exclusive updates around the latest FSRU developments. From evaluating the thirteen prequalified companies, discussing the major deadlines and milestone, to Lebanon’s roadmap for becoming a future exporter. Philippines There are currently two potential FSRU locations, Mindanao and Luzon Batagas, both projects are still on the site identification and tendering agreement stages. Laura Saguin, Division Chief, Natural Gas Management Division, DOE, Philippines The case-study outlining the latest FSRU developments in the Philippines will include discussions about the country’s future challenges, its regulated power market, coal dependency and the need to diversify its energy supply though LNG importation. As well as the infrastructure needed for pipeline grid connectivity, an overview of the domestic environment and plans for future frameworks for deploying FSRUs. “With the actual trend of the new business with FSRUs, the industry was waiting for this type of conference” Pedro Amendola LNG Superintendent, Dubai Supply Authority, UAE “One of the best gatherings for upcoming projects who are looking for the most economical and competitive solutions” Indonesia Höegh LNG will provide PGN with an FSRU and mooring system offshore Sumatra, Indonesia, the FSRU should be operational by 2014. Djoko Saputro, Director Technical & Project Development, PGN, Indonesia The case-study focuses on the latest planned FSRU operations in Indonesia, from examining the FSRUs in construction offshore Sumatra in Indonesia to technical overviews and challenges faced so far. Olga Vedernikova, Director, Clarksons LNG, UK 5 Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: email@example.com | Web: www.iirme.com/fsru
Conference Day One 08:30 Registration and coffee Monday 17th February 2014 12:10 09:00 Opening comments from the Chairman 09:10 Presentation: Market Overview and commercial indicators for growth LNG & FSRUs; analysing the latest megatrends in LNG supply and demand •• Assessing the globalization of LNG and initiatives to develop the business by increasing capacity and utilizing major gas reserves •• What are the current drivers, challenges and best practices in the LNG market, are we noticing different patterns of consumption and global market shifts? •• Considering gas and oil prices; how will this affect the market on a global scale and are businesses equipped for this? •• Assessing the need for more power generation in large economies such as Asia and topographical shifts of importing and exporting LNG Melanie Wright, LNG Prospecting Manager, GDF Suez 09:40 Panel: Global demand for FSRUs, identifying regional hot spots and investment areas: •• Assessing the commercial viability for FSRUs internationally and best strategies used for ensuring profitability, sustainability and ROIs for each investor in the supply chain •• Government initiatives to import LNG; what can governments do to increase supply of gas and accelerate contract procedures in order to ensure regional supply •• How to ensure business sustainability and best approaches in countries that are currently looking to implement FSRUs •• Assessing the performance of longstanding FSRU operations internationally and examining how well these FSRUs are functioning Laure Baynes-Clarke, Senior LNG Account Manager, Shell Olga Vedernikova, Director, Clarksons LNG, UK This section is dedicated to a series of in-depth case-studies which are structured through a sequence of different examples of FSRU project stages; from completed, under-construction, contracted to the so-called sleeper projects. Each case-study aims to address operational issues on what makes FSRU projects successful and the obstacles that cause project delays. The case-studies will look closely at the performance of longstanding FSRU operations and assess how well they are functioning. Discussions will move to an overview of the current FSRUs in construction, the approved and proposed operations and lastly the so-called sleepers. 10:10 Case-study India: Operational Case-study: a detailed look at India’s planned FSRU projects: •• Challenges and best practices of setting up FSRUs in East India •• Latest FSRU developments in the deep-water port at Kakinada and offshore Andhra Pradesh •• Top five factors which we must take into consideration and best practices in hedging against risks when operating in a new region •• India’s demand for LNG; a key contributor to growth in new market development S. Narayanan, Managing Director, Andra Pradesh Gas Distribution Corporation, India AK Gumber, Business Development, FSRU, GAIL (India) Ltd 10:40 Morning Break 11:10 Case-study Lebanon: Future FSRUs in Lebanon •• Overview of Lebanon’s FSRU project stage; outlining tenders, deadlines and the latest developments •• Assessing the FSRU locations Martime Zone of the Tripoli Oil installation, Zahrani oil installation or the Salata region •• Outlining FSRU yearly usage, contract types and Lebanon’s expectations for the FSRU •• Looking ahead, the road map for becoming a future exporter Zaher Sleiman, Lebanese Ministry, Advisor to the Minister, Head of LNG Unit, Ministry of Energy and Water, Lebanon 11:40 Case-study Jordan: Approved FSRUs: Overview of the latest approved FSRU projects- a detailed look at Jordan’s FSRUs •• Overview of the latest FSRU developments around the FSRU Golar Eskimo in Jordan •• Domestic overview; what social and political frameworks are in place to welcome LNG importation •• Assessing the capability of the Jordan’s main Gas Transmission Pipeline 12:40 Lunch and Networking opportunity 14:00 Case-study Indonesia: Examining the FSRUs in construction offshore Sumatra in Indonesia •• Latest updates around Höegh’s LNG FSRU mooring system offshore Sumatra, Indonesia •• Discussing the different stages of the project and contractual obligations •• Best practices to ensure project delivery and efficiency Djoko Saputro, Director Technical & Project Development, PGN Indonesia 14:30 Case-study Dubai & Kuwait: Operating FSRUs: existing and operating FSRU terminals in the Gulf •• Assessing the performance of longstanding FSRU operations in Dubai •• Examining how well these FSRUs are functioning •• What makes FSRUs successful and why do countries choose to use them as opposed to on-land regasification plants? 15:00 Presentation: How do the FSRU operations become bankable? •• Who is buying the gas and are they credit worthy? Can they commit to a 10 year contract? •• Outlining the necessary criteria for FSRU operations; ticking off the check-list- 3 main components: •• Ensuring LNG supply •• Technology •• Off-take agreements (long term contracts) •• Enforcing a stronger need to identify the buyers and users in the market •• The importance of off-taker contracts and security of cash flow 15:30 Refreshment and networking break 16:00 Panel: Addressing the reality checks within FSRU projects: what leads to the so-called sleepers? •• Why do some FSRU projects take over 5 years; how can we avoid the so-called sleeper situation and major project delays? •• Are we assessing the domestic market; what key factors have to be in place within the domestic market in order to ensure that FSRU projects can take place without too much delay? •• Pre-requisites for entering into FSRU and LNG deals; can the market pay, assessing the pipeline connection, and are the government legislations and regulations suitable? •• Considering crucial learning curves; the importance of securing offtake agreements Martin White, Regional Director, 4 Gas Asia, UAE Zaher Sleiman, Lebanese Ministry, Advisor to the Minister, Head of LNG Unit, Ministry of Energy and Water, Lebanon 16:30 Presentation: Contract Strategies and Management: how to make sure the contract phase is clearly outlined •• Clarifying contract structures, the 3 main business models; determining vessel owners, operators, charters and third parties involvement and contractual obligations •• Assessing the best approaches in incorporating risk factors within contractual clauses, and greater risk sharing models •• Evaluating the commercial viability of your investment, and the impact of contractual obligations and timeframes •• Best practices in mitigating the risks involved in FSRU projects, namely: commencement of hire, staying on hire, liabilities and indemnities, warranties, performance and taxes Judith Kim, Partner, Oil & Gas, Ashurst, UAE 17:00 Presentation: Risk Management strategies: how to reduce risk on FSRU projects •• Making sure you have appropriate collateral during each phase of the project •• Best strategies in mitigating risk during the preliminary phase of the project in order to ensure long-term sustainability of FSRU ships •• How to conduct accurate measures in identifying political, construction, operational, financing and performance risks Paul Nicholson, Managing Director, Marsh Energy, UK 17:30 4 Case-study Philippines: Future FSRU projects in the Philippines and assessing the demand for LNG •• Overview of the planned FSRU projects; assessing the stages of the Luzon and Mindanao FSRU projects •• Identifying a strategic location and commencing with the infrastructure facility framework in order to meet LNG Supply demands •• Challenges ahead and the road map for diversifying the energy supply in the Philippines Laura Saguin, Division Chief, Natural Gas Management Division, DOE, Philippines Networking Reception Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Web: www.iirme.com/fsru
Conference Day Two 08:15 Registration and coffee 09:00 Opening comments from the Chairman 09:15 Presentation: Customized FSRUs: tailor made solutions from technology providers: •• The rise of customised optimised solutions, identifying new trends in customized Vs flexible vessels •• Understanding the concept of varied technical solutions on a client to client basis •• Depicting the large variety of technical possibilities that are efficient, environmentally sustainable, flexible and economically viable Bruno Dabouif, Vice President, Marine Division, Bureau Veritas 10:00 Presentation: Conversions vs. New-build: technology vessel analysis; developments in different types of vessels and business models •• Best practices and criteria when considering candidate vessels for conversion; new builds vs conversions •• Assessing alternative types of storage carriers that have re-gas units connected to them and how they compare to FSRUs in terms of cost and efficiency •• Technical overview of jetty barges and super tankers; when is it best to use each type, assessing the infrastructure facilities of the country in question, offshore location, side-by-side transfer and weather issues •• Outlining where FSRUs fit in and where onshore terminals fit in and the possible phasing Engr. Tamunokuro S. Alalibo, Consultant / E,I & C Engineer, Rivers State Ministry of Power & Energy, Nigeria 10:30 Morning Break 11:00 Presentation: Topside advancements in technology; the latest challenges and solutions in FSRU technology •• How to provide required availability at the lowest price as FSRU increase in size •• Methods in utilizing maximum capacity storage units in vessels •• Improvements in engineering and technology that will assist in safer LNG transfer; developments in this area in terms of transfer hoses and arms •• What is the optimum configuration and arrangement of larger FSRUs regas units, and what are the limitations? Brian Songhurst, Director LNG, Energy & Power Consultants UK 11:30 Presentation: FSRU GTT Mark III and NO96 containment systems: advanced technology for energy storage •• Thermal efficiency, shape and structural strengthening: how to customize the performance of the containment system? •• An overview on existing and on-stream FSRU/FSU projects •• Application of the technologies: from the small scale to the ultra large FSRU •• Flexible, fast track, and cost effective solutions: key attributes of the GTT’s membrane containment system Ali Abdallah, Business Development Deputy Manager, Middle East & Africa, GTT France 12:00 13:45 Presentation: Improvements in FSRU operations and logistics •• Reassessing the safety requirements in FSRU operations •• Best practices in logistical measures, crew selection procedures and training for efficient FSRU maritime operations •• Combating external threats, ship to ship interfaces, environment and political risks in order to ensure operational sustainability and satisfaction •• Securing off-take agreements, vessel authorization and aligning government regulations and port authorities Alessandro Ciocchi, Business Development Manager, V.Ships Offshore, Monaco 14. 15 Presentation: Overview of the regulatory issues and classification societies •• Gaining clarity on which regulations apply for what part of the cycle •• Examining the latest developments around new legislation for regas and the requirements for IMO’s Gas Code •• The need for higher transparency and a breakdown in simpler terms to operators and technology providers what regulations apply to each part of the regasification process 15:15 Refreshment and networking break 16:15 Case-study: GDF Suez and the Tianjin project in China •• Latest updates around the Tianjin project in China •• Discussing the structure terminal use agreements, and revenue share •• Examining why there is no standard contract solution, why is it different in places? 17:15 Panel: FSRU commercial drivers and future outlook: an economic solution to the global demand for gas? •• Assessing the commercial aspects of using FSRUs and future demand •• Changing patterns; FSRUs growth from seasonal demand to yearly usage, what will this mean for the industry in the next five years? •• Considering the best way forward; are FSRUs becoming more popular than on-shore re-gas plants due to their economic viability, efficiency and low construction cost and time? •• Geographical and geopolitical factors; considering the drivers and challenges for different areas globally; focusing on the geopolitical differences •• Examining South East Asia’s demand for energy, how is the market reacting to this •• Assessing cost effective methods for low demand areas (countries) and methods for government Olga Vedernikova, Director, Clarksons LNG, UK Ali Abdallah, Business Development Deputy Manager, Middle East & Africa, GTT France Presentation: Operational engineering challenges: Shipbuilding perspectives •• Best practices in bridging the gap between ship building, engineering, design and operational phases in order to ensure delivery target is met •• From the contract phase to the end result; best strategies in overcoming challenges and delivering high quality products •• Latest technological initiatives in ship building Drydocks Representative 12:30 Tuesday 18th February 2014 Lunch and networking opportunity “A great opportunity to network with peers from the region ” “This was one of the best events I have attended. The experiences helped in giving us the right examples that I will never forget.” Abeer Al Mehairbi, Abu Dhabi Company for Onshore Oil Operations (ADCO) 5 Lea Lonsted, Maersk Oil Qatar “Very well organised. Very informative.” Rafidah Rambli, Brunei Gas Carriers Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: email@example.com | Web: www.iirme.com/fsru
WORKSHOPS Workshop A: Workshop B: Operations Technical Wednesday 19 February Wednesday 19th February Registration will be at 08:00. The workshop will run from 08:30 to 12:30 with appropriate breaks for prayer and refreshments. Lunch will be served at 12:30 – 13:30. Registration will be at 13:30. The workshop will run from 14:00 to 17:30 with appropriate breaks for prayer and refreshments. Lunch will be served at 12:30 - 13:30. As global demand for LNG increases, FSRUs are fast becoming a preferred LNG importation solution due to their cost competitiveness, speed, efficiency and flexibility. As more countries opt for FSRUs, the demand for tailor made contracts and solutions are increasing. This operational workshop will provide you with a clear picture of the technical and economical drivers that will deliver further successful FSRU projects. As new builds seem to be overtaking conversions, technical challenges and solutions are continuously arising within the LNG FSRU industry. Understanding the latest technical development within FSRU operations seems to be a key consideration in moving ahead in the industry. This master class will provide attendees with a comprehensive overview of the latest technical challenges to successfully complete FSRU projects. Topics to be covered include: Attendees will benefit from: •• Best practices in key project issues from the contractual phase to the end product •• Different types of vessels and containment systems th •• Overview of the current and planned FSRU projects internationally •• Cost and schedule breakdown •• Conversions vs. New builds •• Safe and efficient methods of transferring cargo •• Latest technologies offering more tailor made solutions •• Reliability, availability and maintainability of regas plants and marine environment •• Detailed comparison with onshore terminals and offshore •• Assessing safety issue •• Understanding the concept of varied technical solutions on a client to client basis 6 Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Web: www.iirme.com/fsru
Why should your company sponsor the 2nd International FSRU 2014 Summit? Who Will I Meet? 5 Great Reasons To Sponsor: 1 New Business Leads – Conferences work. Unlike the visitors at trade shows and exhibitions, conference delegates are qualified decision makers with the authority to make investment decisions / present their company business case. You’ll be meeting and doing business with select groups who have chosen to invest their money, and more importantly time, in addressing the specific challenges within FSRU projects globally. 2 Brokering New Business Partnerships or Services – Our clients tell us that contracts generated at our conferences have a high conversation rate, as those attending are serious investors, lenders, government representative’s or project sponsors with the means to actively create and close details. The summit includes different examples of FSRU project stages along with the latest FSRU investment opportunities. Oil & Gas Companies 25% Shipbuilders/Ship Owners/Operators 15% Technology/Service/Classification providers 15% Government representatives 10% EPCs 15% Shipbrokers/Consultants 10% Lawyers/Banks/Finance 10% Geographical Breakdown 3 Launch New Products or Services – Our delegates are people who have come looking for solutions, and sponsoring puts you on a platform to demonstrate your expertise and win their business. In aligning yourself with the experts speaking on the conference agenda, you will be able to demonstrate how your solutions overcome the obstacles faced by your clients. As many new FSRUs are under construction, the summit will highlight investment areas and identify market shifts, allowing your business to prepare and stay ahead of these changes. 4 Enter New Markets – Branding and exhibiting on site at a conference are one of the most cost effective and time efficient ways of entering new markets. It is a great opportunity to research and network whilst gaining exposure to a new and qualified database. By gathering the key industry representatives from across the LNG FSRU business, the summit will allow you to increase your market visibility and improve your competitor analysis & benchmarking. 5 Build Customer Loyalty – Face to face contact at conferences shows continued support of a market and helps you to develop client loyalty as well as cementing your position as a market leader. Sponsorship Opportunities To discuss Sponsorship opportunities please contact: Faariss Khalil Sponsorship Manager IIR Holdings Limited Email: email@example.com Direct Line: +971 (0)4 407 2516 Mobile: +971 (0)56 796 1039 Our 2013 sponsors included: and many more…… 7 Middle East 9% South East Asia 8% East Med / Europe 8% Far East 4% Africa 4% South America 3% North America/ Rest of the world 1% Key Job titles: Business Development, FSRU Vice President, Marine Division LNG Prospecting Manager General Manager Conversion Director technical & Development Director LNG Downstream Planning Manager LNG logistics Manager Ministry Department Head, LNG & Gas Economics FSRU Project Manager LNG Business Modeler Senior LNG Account Manager Engineering Inspector Partner, Law Firms LNG Consultants Tel: +971 4 335 2437 | Fax: +971 4 335 2438 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org | Web: www.iirme.com/fsru
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