Association Webinars: Global Liquified Natural Gas Trade Under Energy Transition



  

 

2022 is a good lesson for the LNG market, where a single event completely changes the dynamics of the LNG "game." It demonstrates an immediate urgency to plan for additional waves of uncertainty on the horizon.

With the recent rising attention and debates on the role of natural gas, especially liquid natural gas, in energy transition, it is critical to have a consistent approach in assessing uncertainties and dynamics in the global gas market during the next two to three decades.

This presentation estimates the potential impacts on global LNG trade dynamics through scenario planning process, integrating marcoeconomics, geopolitical and climate policy factors.

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Speakers:

Dr. Ning Lin is an energy economist with strong entrepreneurial spirit, and joined the Bureau of Economic Geology at The University of Texas at Austin in 2019. In her former roles, Dr. Lin managed market analysis capabilities for Shell, Koch Industries, and Tenaska, and served commercial leader on capital projects covering natural gas and power, petrochemical derivatives and chemicals industries. Her current research interests focus on areas where she lends her business acumen to economic analysis that leverages energy and environmental scientific research, such electrification in upstream oil and gas operations; hydrogen value chain and infrastructure analysis, global LNG market scenario under energy transition, hydrogen/natural gas storage for energy security.

Dr. Robert E. Brooks founded RBAC Inc., where he developed the GPCM® Market Simulator for North American Gas and LNG™, the first pipeline-specific monthly, long-term model of the entire North American natural gas transportation and storage system and more recently G2M2® Market Simulator for Global Gas and LNG™. G2M2 has been employed to study the evolution of gas and LNG markets in Asia as well as the connection between prolific gas supplies in Eurasia and security of supply in Europe.

As an applied mathematician, energy economist, and software systems designer with over thirty-five years of experience in developing decision support systems for business and government to support companies in the energy transition, from carbon to hydrogen to renewable natural gas, and others. Dr. Brooks has earned degrees from the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Texas at Austin, and MIT. His doctoral research involved development of the first large-scale linear programming model of the North American natural gas pipeline grid.


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Event Date: November 29, 2022

Event Time: 10:00 - 11:00 AM Eastern Time

Topic: Global Liquified Natural Gas Trade Under Energy Transition

Speakers: Ning Lin and Robert Brooks

Price: FREE


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