One of the major effects of the war in the Ukraine starting in February 2022 was the interruption of supplies of Russian gas to the EU for various reasons. The EU’s dire need for alternative gas supplies and the lack of readily available alternative supply sources and transportation capacity led to unprecedented and unexpected demand for LNG destined to the EU which before was considered a buyer of last resort for LNG. Since then, multiple buyers in the EU have entered into long-term LNG supply agreements. I discussed the building blocks of this emerging new generation of long-term LNG supply agreements with an expert panel comprised of Agnieszka Ason (Oxford Institute of Energy Studies), Dr. Boaz Moselle and Zachary Sharpe (Jones Day). A recording of this discussion is now available for view on demand free of charge. Klick this link for more information and on demand access.
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The building blocks of a new generation of LNG supply agreements for global LNG markets
E-Flame, 05 October 2022, 13:00 PM CET (Central European Time)
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EFLAME: THE BUILDING BLOCKS OF A NEW GENERATION OF LNG SUPPLY AGREEMENTS FOR GLOBAL LNG MARKETS
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