With the global demand for LNG continuing to grow, the window of opportunity is moving closer to Canada’s natural gas and LNG industry. Focused on the assessment of project’s techo-commercial viability and the selection of development concepts, Advisian supports the decision making on critical front-end planning issues which will enhance business objectives.
Keen to learn more about the evolving gas and LNG industry in Canada, Gastech Insights spoke with Craig Henderson, Hydrocarbons Sector Lead, SEA & China from Advisian and confirmed speaker at the Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference.
Gastech Insights: As Southeast Asia and other developing countries look too meet the rising gas demand and secure affordable and sustainable energy, is there a home for Canadian LNG in Southeast Asia?
Craig Henderson: Given the forecast level of development needed to meet Southeast Asia’s gas demand there is certainly a place for Canadian LNG, however, it will need to compete in three main ways to ensure it can secure its place in the LNG supply mix:
Gastech Insights: The power sector continues to be a key driver for growing global gas demand. Where should project developers be looking to invest in order to aid this growth?
Craig Henderson: A few key areas to consider investing in are as follows:
Gastech Insights: How can Canadian LNG become globally competitive and become the ‘go-to’ choice for destinations, especially Asia?
Craig Henderson: By providing attractive landed costs of LNG to Asia and offering contractual and commercial flexibility to meet objectives of developers.
Gastech Insights: Why should industry players attend the Canada Gas and LNG Exhibition and Conference in May?
Craig Henderson: By attending the upcoming event you will be able to get new techo-commercial insights into the fast-evolving 'Power from LNG' market and develop your understanding on the key potentials and challenges for Canada to secure its place within the global market.
If you would like to hear more from Mr Henderson, book your place at the Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference this May 14-16th in Vancouver to hear his discussion on “Finding a home for Canadian LNG: Understanding the dynamics of the growing gas to power markets in South East Asian and other developing countries.”
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