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13th LPG Trade Summit

22-24 Oct, 2018 - Istanbul, TURKEY

Swissôtel The Bosphorus, Istanbul

"Tapping on Growing Markets & Emerging Applications"

 

Key Highlights 

  • Growth from emerging LPG use in power generation & bunker fuel
  • Petrochemical market dynamics & LPG-Naphtha feedstocks’ competitiveness
  • LPG vs LNG – A threat or co-exist partner?
  • Import dominance from China & India + growth outlook
  • South Asia + ASEAN – scope for growth in the residential/commercial sectors?
  • Opportunities awaiting in Africa’s LPG demand & production
  • Middle East & Russia Far East’s export updates
  • US production outlook & rise of the Canadian Propane Export
  • Future prospect of LPG shipping & seaborne trade

Testimonials from 12th LPG Trade Summit 

"Excellent! Please continue good services"

- ENOC - Supply, Trading & Processing

 

"The conference is as expected with good speakers and healthy participation from the delegates"

- FACTS Global Energy

 

"Very Good Experience"

- Benelux Overseas DMCC


"Thank you for your nice arranging & presentation enjoyed from information which I received"

- Milad Group

 

"Overall very satisfactory experience. Lots of information showed & good opportunity for networking"

- Indian Oil Corporation Limited

 

"One of the most important factor to make social capital is networking"

- Iranian Gas Commercial Company I.G.C.C


"Great Interest"

- Viamar

 

"Enjoyed the meeting very much"

- Poten & Partners

 

Separately Bookable - Pre-Summit Workshop

22 Oct 2018 (09:30 – 17:00) 

LPG: From Simplicity to Complexity - “How to Navigate Changing Circumstances”

 

Aim:The workshop aims to examine the basic principles of the global LPG market, how it is dependent on the economics and market dynamics of oil/oil products, gas and petrochemicals markets. Through the workshop, we will also aim to provide the core tools and fundamentals that are required for any market player.

 

Target Audience: 

This workshop is targeted for a range of industry professionals from those new to the LPG industry as well as current players looking to expand their understanding of LPG’s role in commodity markets. Below is a guide on the target portfolio for this workshop:
  • LPG Product & Shipping Market Analysts
  • LPG Traders
  • Managers from the oil/gas/petchem industry
  • Other Oil & Gas Market Analysts
  • Oil & Gas Equity/Private Equity Hedge Gund Analysts
  • Operators
  • Engineers
  • Commercial/Business analysts
Topic Outline

09:00 

Registration 

09:30 

Intro into the Global LPG Markets, Trading & Shipping

  • The evolution of the LPG market over the last 10 years
  • Global LPG Supply: where does it come from and who are the major exporters
  • Global LPG Demand: where is it consumed and who are the major importers
  • Introduction to LPG Trading & Shipping

10:00 

LPG 101: Understanding the LPG Market Fundamentals 

  • How has Shale Gas Changed the LPG Market in the US and why is this important to the global landscape?
  • Upstream Fundamentals – Focus on the US Market
  • Midstream Fundamentals – Focus on the US Market
  • Downstream Fundamentals – Focus on the US Market

11:00 

The Key Conundrum: Introduction to LPG Pricing  

  • Introduction to Global LPG Pricing & Major LPG Pricing Hubs
  • How LPG Pricing Patterns Have Evolved
  • Staying ahead of the game: understanding the Basics of LPG Price Forecasting and the role of hedging

12:00 

Workshop Luncheon & Discussion
 

13:15 

The Crucial Change of LPG Patterns: Fundamentals of LPG as Petrochemical Feedstock

  • Petchems and Their Feedstock
  • Flexible Feed Petrochemical plants that Consume LPG – Steam Crackers
  • Fixed Feed Petrochemical plants that Consume LPG – Dehydrogenation (PDH/BDH)

14:00 

Getting it from A to B: LPG Shipping  

  • LPG Shipping Fundamentals
  • LPG Shipping Supply/Demand and the Effects on Freight Rates
  • LPG Shipping Charter Types and Strategies

14:30 

Money Matters: Key Economics of the LPG Market 

  • Upstream & Midstream Economics
  • Petrochemical Economics
  • Shipping Economics
  • Hands on Calculations on Key Economics for Analysts

15:30 

Connecting the Dots: LPG Trading 

  • LPG Trading Fundamentals
  • Major Trading Routes and Players
  • What Factors Affect LPG Trading
  • LPG Market Arbitrage Calculations and Importance
  • Major Contractual Terms and Conditions
  • Trading Strategies and Tools

16:30 

Putting it All Together & Debriefing

 

 

News Feed

Kazakhstan's Tengizchevroil to Export more LPG via Russian Taman port in 2018

Posted on : 01 Jun, 2018

 
Kazakhstan's Tengizchevroil (TCO) plans to double its LPG exports via Russian port Taman this year with monthly LPG exports via Taman port expected to reach about 40,000 in 2018 from 20,000 tonnes per month (on average in 2017), as per some estimates.
 
The major LPG producer and exporter also expects to increase propane and butane exports via this port with some traders estimating exports of propane and butane to reach 450,000 tonnes in 2018 from 240,000 tonnes in 2017.
 
Earlier TCO was using Ukrainian port Odessa for LPG shipments. But recent developments show a sharp decline in TCO’s LPG exports via Odessa port – with LPG exports via Odessa falling to 25,900 tonnes in February from 34,400 tonnes in January 2018 with further decline noticed in March. The trend is expected to continue as TCO is going to send 20,000 tonnes of LPG per month via Taman port (which was earlier sent via Odessa) because of lower logistic costs and other factors.
 
In 2017, TCO produced 1.382 million tonnes of LPG – which marks an increase of 2.3% from 2016. It also ramped up LPG exports by 3.6% to 1.261 million tonnes. In 2017, TCO's main LPG exports were – Odessa (364,429 tonnes), Poland (294,575 tonnes), Taman (236,525 tonnes) and Hungary (125,570). The company also exported 91,798 tonnes of LPG to China in 2017.
 
However, TCO’s LPG exports are expected to change in 2018 – with traders expecting reduced supplies to (eastern) Europe, Odessa and Poland.
 
In February 2018, TCO only exported 9,079 tonnes of LPG to Poland – the lowest shipment in recent years from 15,212 tonnes in January. Similarly, TCO's LPG supplies to Eastern European countries such as Hungary, Romania and Slovakia also fell sharply – 40 to 50% compared to 2017.
 
More about LPG shipments will be discussed at CMT’s 13th LPG Trade Summit on 23-24 October, 2018 in Istanbul, Turkey.
 
Contact Ms. Huiyan at huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9113 for more information.
 


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