14th LPG Trade Summit,

11-13 Nov, 2019 - Athens, GREECE

King George, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Athens

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Global Mapping of LPG Supplies & Evolving Offtakes & Opportunities


Key Highlights :  

  • Supply/Export Competitiveness from Middle East, US & etc
  • Demand & Import Outlook in China, India & Emerging Asia
  • Mediterranean (North Africa) & Black Sea Markets Update
  • Evolving Demand & Opportunities in East Africa
  • LPG Shipping & VLGC Market Development
  • Asian Propylene & PDH Production Outlook
  • LPG vs Naphtha - Attractiveness for Petrochemical Cracking
  • Competitiveness of LPG fuel for Power Generation & Marine Fuels


Confirmed Speakers : 

  • Antero Resources
  • Dorian LPG
  • Sinochem
  • SHV
  • NGLStrategy
  • Wanhua Chemical

Testimonials From 13th LPG Trade Summit

"Very informative conference regarding LPG market and speakers"

BGN International - Bayegan Group

"Very productive and was very nice to reconnect with colleagues"

Benelux Overseas DMCC

"One of the best that I have experienced"

LAUGFS Gas (Bangladesh) Ltd

"Informative – you get to network with others – well-prepared"

Oman Shipping Co

"Excellent conference with very useful presentations and market participants"

Thomson Reuters




Separately Bookable - Pre-Summit Training Workshop

11th November 2019 (09:00 – 17:00)


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


The aim of the course is to examine the  principles of the LPG market and how it is dependent on the economics and market dynamics of oil/oil products, gas and petrochemicals markets.

This training course also aim to provide the core tools and fundamentals that are required for any market player to navigate the LPG environment. 


Target Audience:
The course would suit 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 range of typical course attendees in the past:

LPG Product & Shipping Market Analysts

  • Market analysts from a wide range of industries such as: upstream, midstream, downstream, shipping, trading, petrochemical, engineering, commercial, banking, private equity, hedge funds, government organisations.

LPG Traders 

  • Traders in the LPG landscape looking to expand their understanding

Managers from the oil/gas/petchem industry

  • Managers of teams from any oil and/or gas industry or the petrochemical industry, coming from a diverse background of experience, needing to gain knowledge of the LPG market fundamentals

Other Oil & Gas Market Analysts

  • Analysts from other commodity markets that are looking to understand the fundaments of the LPG market

Oil & Gas Equity/Private Equity Hedge Fund Analysts

  • Analysts who need to understand the drivers for the LPG market, how to navigate the industry and the effect LPG has on other oil & gas commodities


  • Operators that need to understand key components and the role of certain players in the LPG landscape


  • Engineers that need to understand the commercial angle of the market

Commercial/Business analysts

  • Analysts from a commercial/business angle that need to drill deeper into the LPG market fundamentals

Be a Sponsor or Exhibitor!

This event is an excellent platform to promote your organization to influential players and investors in the industry. Sponsorship opportunities available include Corporate, Exclusive luncheon & Cocktail sponsor.

Exhibition / catalogue display can be arranged upon request. Contact fiona@cmtsp.com.sg or (65) 6346 9138

News Feed

India to Import more LPG to meet rising LPG demand

Posted on : 02 Jul, 2019

India has witnessed a rapid increase in LPG consumption in recent years. In the financial year 2018-2019, India consumed a record 24.9mn tonnes of LPG which marks a 53% rise from its LPG consumption five years ago, and 6.9% higher than the previous year.
Such high consumption has led to a rise in LPG imports in India. The country has imported 13.2mn tonnes of LPG in the financial year ending March 2019,  which is more than double the import volumes in the 2013-14 financial year. LPG Imports were also 15.9% higher than the previous financial year.
To keep pace with the rising imports, India is building an additional 5mn tonnes per annum of LPG import terminal – that is expected to be completed by FY 2020-21.
The robust LPG penetration in the country is attributed to the government run schemes such as Ujjwala, launched in 2016, that has provided about 72mn new LPG connections to households in 714 districts, according to official data. Along with the Ujjwala scheme, a rising middle class population that consumes more LPG has boosted consumption significantly.
At the end of 2018, almost 80% of Indian households had access to LPG – a 56% rise since 2016, according to FGE. The consultancy firm further expects India’s LPG demand to grow by 8% in 2019 and 6.7% in 2020.
More about India’s LPG demand and imports will be discussed at CMT’s 14th LPG Trade Summit on 11-13 November, 2019, in Athens.
Contact Huiyan at huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9113 for more details.