Overview of the Global LNG Industry - LNG 

CPE Credits Awarded: 8
Categories: The Natural Gas Industry , LNG

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Want to take the mystery out of LNG? If so, this course will discuss all facets of LNG from the exploration of natural gas to the ultimate end-user pricing. Designed as a course to introduce participants to both the technical and commercial aspects of the LNG marketplace, attendees will garner a better appreciation for LNG both as a fuel and a competitor to traditional natural gas. From this, participants will better understand the current and future impact of LNG as a tradable cargo and not just another mechanism for delivery of natural gas.

Includes Online Pre-study Module
This course is accompanied by a preparatory course available online. Delegates will receive a web voucher as part of their joining instructions upon confirmation of registration. By taking advantage of this "blended" learning approach, in-class time and learning are optimized.


This introductory course is perfect for anyone looking to get involved in the LNG marketplace, either financially or physically. This course would also benefit individuals who desire a better understanding of the marketplace their company is already in, or considering an investment in.


  • The LNG "chain," identifying key stages in LNG production, transportation and receiving functions and capacity
  • Key market players will be identified as well as potential future participants
  • Introduction to LNG pricing and short-term LNG trading
  • Spot trades and swaps will be looked at and analysed
  • Natural gas - the basics
  • What is LNG?
  • LNG production processes
  • Technologies used in liquefaction
  • Technologies used in shipping
  • Re-gasification

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