10th Asia Gas Congress Japan

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Asian LNG demand has been strong. Japan, China and Korea have helped pick up the slack in the LNG market created by booming U.S. shale gas production displacing LNG imports. But a developing gas market brings challenges, especially when it comes to pricing.

Japan’s consumption of imported oil and natural gas has increased as a result of nuclear power generation losses in the wake of the 2011 earthquake and tsunami. Over the longer term, a reassessment of energy strategy means nuclear will play a less prominent role and, inevitably, gas will have to make up part of the shortfall. This suggests Japan will become a still bigger player in global LNG purchasing. The gas import cost by 2016 is expected to be US$50.66bn, taking Japan’s combined 2016 oil and gas import bill to US$200.27bn.

10th Asia Gas Congress Japan 2013 strives to provide a unique platform where bring together over 330 executives and professionals to discuss the most pressing issues affecting the industry, including new suppliers and new buyers, pricing issues, LNG projects and gas market technology trend.

We look forward to seeing you at 10th AGCJ 2013 this November!

Asia Gas Congress Japan Organizing Committee
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