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Past Event
2 October 2012


  • George K. Miller
    T +1 212 506 2590

How LNG Is Transforming the Global Energy Market: What You Need to Know—Critical Liquefaction Project Development Issues

Increases in both production and the reserve base of natural gas in the United States have proven to be a game-changer for the US energy market, with abundant gas supplies allowing companies to pursue LNG export opportunities. Indeed, the US is poised to build LNG export terminals and become a major energy exporter to the world.

Global demand for LNG is at record highs, with Asia accounting for nearly 60 percent of global demand. With the demand for LNG also increasing in other parts of the world, such as Europe and Latin America, LNG is likely to become an internationally traded commodity.

LNG has many more complex contracting issues than does domestically produced natural gas, so the addition of more countries to the LNG trade will add to the intricate contracting, regulatory and financing issues.

Our three-part webinar series covers the following areas:

Sep 18


US Developments

Sep 25


LNG Global Market Demand—Asia, Europe, Latin America

Oct 2


Critical Liquefaction Project Development Issues

On October 2, please join Mayer Brown partners David Bloom, George Miller and Dallas Parker, along with Mayer Brown associate Robin Clarkson, as they discuss Critical Liquefaction Project Development Issues.

This webinar will address:

  • Project Financing
  • Project Contracts
  • Regulatory Concerns with Project Financing

CLE is not available for individual viewing/self-study.

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