3rd Annual

LNG World
Sheraton Miyako Hotel, Tokyo 15th & 16th July 2008

"Always plan ahead . It wasn't raining when Noah built the ark."
Richard Cushing Stepping up business operations to remain competitive in the dynamic LNG world market

Featuring case studies & presentations from leading global oil & gas companies:
Rosemary C. Boulton President Kitimat LNG, Canada Dr. Stephen S. F. Wong President, Greater China/Japan Gas Marketing ExxonMobil Iin Arifin Takhyan Deputy President Director Pertamina,Indonesia Dr. Jack Hamilton CEO Liquid Niugini Gas, Australia Jean-Charles Papeians General Counsel Suez Global LNG Ltd, UK Paul William Bridgwood Director & Chief Technical Officer LNG Limited, Australia Xue Bo Vice President - Commercial Guangdong Dapeng LNG Company Ltd., China Hamood Salim Al Sinaidi VP Marketing and Shipping Manager Qalhat LNG

Key international presentations & distinguished speakers:
Dr Ing. Evita H. Legowo Assistant to Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Department of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia Susan Farmer Partner Fulbright and Jaworski International LLP Yasushi Tashiro General Manager LNG Japan Corporation Senior Representative Mott Macdonald Kenichi Aso Director, Energy and Natural Resources Finance Department Japan Bank for International Cooperation Omar Sekkat Head of Global LNG Shipping, Offshore & Logistics DnB NOR Bank ASA, UK Hiroshi Kubota Deputy Director General, Oil and Gas Project Development Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) Dr. Tilak Doshi Executive Director-Energy Dubai Multi Commodities Center (DMCC) Leigh Bolton Managing Director Holmwood Consulting Limited, UK Senior Representative Petrobras, Brazil

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Tuesday 15th July 2008
0830 0900 0915 Registration and Morning Coffee Opening and Welcome Remarks from the Chairperson

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Plenary One In the recent years, there is a huge imbalance between the supply and demand of LNG Worldwide. The demand is growing over the years and supply from traditionally supplying countries is dwindling. So, where is the future supply of LNG going to come from? • Assessing the economics of demand and supply of LNG World wide and analysing the alternate markets for better supply management Dr. Stephen S. F. Wong President, Greater China/Japan Gas Marketing ExxonMobil Plenary Two Formulating an effective West Coast North American market mechanism to erase inequity in supply and demand and to offset extreme price spikes for efficient consumer market Rosemary C. Boulton President Kitimat LNG, Canada Morning Refreshments Plenary Three Understanding the current international scenario - Gas OPEC and its effect on future sales Senior Representative Mott Macdonald Plenary Four Pioneering the production of LNG in Papua New Guinea - Overview of LNG project, future plans and its significance for the Asia-pacific region Dr. Jack Hamilton CEO Liquid Niugini Gas, Australia Lunch

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Stream One LNG Contract Management
1400 1410 Chairperson's Opening Remarks Developing and seeking flexibility in Long-term contracts for successful business partnership and economical efficiency • Successful strategies to develop flexible contracts • Latest updates on take-or-pay clauses • Discussing the future of destination clauses in long term contracts Jean-Charles Papeians General Counsel Suez Global LNG Ltd, UK Understanding and comparisons of global and regional regulations for effective contractual risk management • Recent trends in the regional and global LNG contracts • Best Practices in LNG sales agreements • Listing key risk ingredients and ways to overcome them

Stream Two LNG Shipping and Terminals
1400 1410 Chairperson's Opening Remarks Understanding the essentials of LNG Off-shore and Floating terminals • Technology behind the offshore and floating terminals • Interrelationships between production, storage and regasification processes • Economics of off shore and floating terminals Leigh Bolton Managing Director Holmwood Consulting Limited, UK Appraising different business models and tariff structures for regasification terminals for better operational costs • Enlisting challenges faced for developing regasification terminals • Successful business models of regasification terminals • Regulatory issues faced while developing regasification terminals Xue Bo Vice President - Commercial Guangdong Dapeng LNG Company Ltd., China Afternoon Refreshments Analysing the fate of aging vessels-How easily can they be converted into floating liquefaction, regasification or storage tanks? • Discussing the economics of converting the aging vessels into floating liquefaction, regasification or storage tanks • Achieving maximum utilization of aging vessels • Increasing the longevity of the vessels Hamood Salim Al Sinaidi VP Marketing and Shipping Manager Qalhat LNG Developing successful commercial, operational and technical strategies to develop world - class terminals • Analysing and establishing factors that makes a terminal world-class • Identifying key port infrastructure details to protect and provide safe access by LNG carriers • Aligning contractual obligations and operational realities to achieve commercial success

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Examining the updates on recent contracts of LNG Greenfield projects to mitigate risks and ensuring business continuity and security • Explaining the recent FIDs on Greenfield projects • Factoring the risk and liability terms on upstream gas reserves • Setting the appropriate pricing terms Yasushi Tashiro General Manager LNG Japan Corporation

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Chairperson's Closing Remarks End of Day One

Day 2

Wednesday 16th July 2008
0830 0900 0915 Registration and Morning Coffee Opening and Welcome Remarks from the Chairperson Plenary One Tackling price risk management- Dealing with real time markets and price volatility - Dealing with gas pricing based upon European or north American reference prices Plenary Two Enunciating the future LNG plans of Pertamina Iin Arifin Takhyan Deputy President Director Pertamina,Indonesia Morning Refreshments

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Stream Three LNG Project Financing
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Stream Four LNG Risk Assessment and Management
1120 1130 Chairperson's Opening Remarks Applying simple, proven and low cost concepts to mid-scale LNG projects How technology is modularising and downscaling the mid scale LNG projects Analysing the low cost approaches to medium scale LNG projects Discussing mid scale project FPSOs Mitigating technology risks Paul William Bridgwood Director & Chief Technical Officer LNG Limited, Australia

Successful financing of innovative offshore LNG projects: A Case Study of the Neptune LNG project shuttle and regasification vessels What is offshore LNG? What is the market for LNG regasification vessels? Risk assessment from a banker's perspective Structuring the financing and mitigating the risks of the project Omar Sekkat Head of Global LNG Shipping, Offshore & Logistics DnB NOR Bank ASA, UK

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Understanding the dynamics of spot trading its impact on project finance ability • Studying the paradigm shift of financing traditional vis-à-vis emerging spot market gas projects • Determining the factors to cushion the project financing risks along the value chain • Recognising and accommodating flexibility in LNG transactions Kenichi Aso Director, Energy and Natural Resources Finance Department Japan Bank for International Cooperation Lunch Discussing the future of LNG as a commodity and economics of currency and linking gas prices to the dollar or the euro • Discussing the emergence of LNG as an essential vector of expansion of gas market worldwide • Achieving future market equilibrium by flexible supplies • Implications of linking gas prices to the international currencies Dr. Tilak Doshi Executive Director-Energy Dubai Multi Commodities Center (DMCC) Measuring the impact of rising Engineering, production and construction (EPC) costs on LNG project financing • Studying the emerging trends of large scale LNG projects worldwide • Are the rising EPC costs forcing regional players on the sidelines? • Is diversification of funding base the future roadmap?

Understanding the risks in LNG projects and sharing the risks by stakeholders to realize the LNG projects • Enlisting the potential risks • Ensuring the regulatory compliance • Formulating basic framework for evaluating probabilities and vulnerabilities Hiroshi Kubota Deputy Director General, Oil and Gas Project Development Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation (JOGMEC) Lunch Exploring effective risk management approaches to offset procurement risks to ensure secure stable supplies • Creating an inventory of potential risks • Conducting sensitivity analysis to offset the procurement threats • Assessing the whole trading environment of the seller market to secure stable supplies Senior Representative Petrobras, Brazil Quantifying risks for LNG projects (security, safety, environmental, political and production) for better management • Undertaking integral assessments of portfolio of risks • Studying the resource requirements needed to provide a secure and safe environment • Applying consequence analysis and risk management strategies for better project management

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Chairperson's Closing Remarks Afternoon Refreshments Plenary Three Exploring the alternate energy source-Coal bed methane as a source gas Dr Ing. Evita H. Legowo Assistant to Minister of Energy and Mineral Resources Department of Energy and Mineral Resources, Indonesia Plenary Four Overview of future LNG imports and supply metrics and impact of emerging business segments on Asia-pacific market Focus Areas - India, China, Russia, Australia and Iran and middle East Leigh Bolton Managing Director Holmwood Consulting Limited, UK Chairperson's Closing Remarks End of Day Two

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About the Gold Plus Partner
Mott MacDonald is one of the world's largest multi-disciplinary consulting firms with renowned expertise in transport, energy, building, water and the environment to health and education, industry and communications. We are a wholly independent, employeeowned company active in over 100 countries, with 10,000 staff and revenues exceeding $1.2 billion per annum. In Asia Pacific we have offices in China, Hong Kong, Indonesia, Malaysia, Singapore, Taiwan and Thailand. We are a world leader in the energy sector, working for national and local governments, utilities, industries, commercial companies, developers and lending agencies. We are highly experienced in LNG and have undertaken numerous feasibility, market, siting and due diligence assignments, as well as engineering and power systems studies. With over 800 dedicated oil and gas staff in 5 offices, our engineering and commercial specialists offer a truly multi-disciplinary, integrated service.

About the Media Partners
Born out of the gilded belly of Japan's IT bubble, J@pan Inc has its roots in technology but has now blossomed into a broader business magazine. J@pan Inc aims to cover issues, trends and controversies across all industries in Japan with a particular focus on foreigners already established here, or those hoping to break into the market. With business as the soul of the magazine, Japan Inc features an independently researched feature on a particular industry, high quality pieces tracing the commercial journeys of individual entrepreneurs or companies plus coverage of a range of other topics pertinent to those with interests in Japan from politics to real estate, to education. PTIT Focus Monthly is the only monthly magazine in Thailand that provides updates on special issues, news, statistics, and progress on the development of the petroleum, petrochemical, and energy related industries. Keep close track of milestones and issues facing the industry without going through news reports from so many sources. The statistics section is a unique source of Thailand data. Argus Media Ltd is a leading independent provider of price information, market data and business intelligence for the global petroleum, natural gas, electricity and coal industries. Argus publishes comprehensive information about energy, transport and emissions in multiple formats to suit individual requirements. For a full listing of Argus products and services, visit www.argusmediagroup.com Gulf Oil and Gas is a leading portal for high-quality information for Africa and the Middle East oil, gas, and hydrocarbon industry. Gulf Oil and Gas attracts thousands of professional regular visitors each day. Visitors are offered a prime source of high quality information and services. Advertisers, sponsors and potential commercial partners are offered a perfect platform to display, promote and communicate their services & products effectively to the global market. Energy Central, established in1996, is the leading resource connecting professionals in the global power industry to news, events, databases, insight and analysis. With six distinct web sites, seven e-newsletters and both electronic and print publications, top energy executives, managers, leaders and industry influencers have relied on Energy Central to deliver the information they use every day. We also have the most used jobs web site, EnergyCentralJobs.com, connecting job seekers and employers in the energy industry. Visit us today at www.EnergyCentral.com to gain immediate access to: • Daily and weekly news services • On-line jobs specific to professionals in the power industry • In-depth directories and reports • Upcoming conferences and seminars • Industry insight, analysis and commentary • New Fall of 2004 – EnergyBiz – a magazine for the leaders of the new power industry EnergyBiz is a bimonthly business magazine for leaders in the new power industry. EnergyBiz reaches more than 20,000 of the most influential buyers, including managers, executives, legislators, regulators, lawyers and consultants who make buying decisions in utilities, government, advisory firms and supplier companies. EnergyBiz target CEOs, CFOs, CIOs, CTOs, VPs and their direct reports - quality prospects available only through Energy Central. PetroMin has for 34 years covered exploration, drilling & production activity in Asia, making it the first, oldest and most established oil and gas magazine covering offshore. Sister publication Hydrocarbon Asia remains the region's only hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) magazine. There is also PetroMin Pipeliner, Asia's first magazine covering pipelines & RAMS Asia (reliability, availability,maintainability &safety) Asia, the first publication in the area to cover maintenance & safety. This, together with the PetroMin Hydrocarbon Asia Oil & Gas Annual Map & Directory (now into the 21st year), makes AP Energy Business Publications Asia's most complete oil and gas publishers! PetroMin has for 33 years covered exploration, drilling & production activity in Asia, making it the first, oldest and most established oil and gas magazine covering offshore. Sister publication Hydrocarbon Asia remains the region's only hydrocarbon processing industry (HPI) magazine. There is also PetroMin Pipeliner, Asia's first magazine covering pipelines & RAMS (reliability, availability, maintainability & safety) Asia, the first publication in the area to cover maintenance & safety. This, together with the PetroMin Hydrocarbon Asia Oil & Gas Annual Map & Directory (now into the 21st year), makes AP Energy Business Publications Asia's most complete oil and gas publishers! Visit our website - www.safan.com - for the full details! LNG Unlimited is the only weekly publication that offers an exclusive insight right across the LNG supply chain. From exploration and liquefaction through to shipping and regasification, LNG Unlimited's team of dedicated global reporters provide quality and comprehensive LNG news. If LNG is your business then LNG Unlimited is your vital link in the value chain

About the Business Development Sponsor
GS Caltex Corporation (GSC), a joint venture between Korea's GS Holdings Corporation and Chevron Corporation, holds a leading position in Korea's energy sector. This Comprises refining capacity of 770 mbd, aromatics capacity of 2.8 million tpa, 900MW power generation capacity and interests in 4 city gas companies as well as a number of exploration and production ventures. GSC has government approval to import LNG for its own use beginning this year.

About the Endorsers
As a milestone in the development of the Thai petroleum and petrochemical industries, The Petroleum Institute of Thailand (PTIT) was established in 1985, with support from the government, academia, and private sectors, and operates as a nonprofit foundation. PTIT’s missions lie in the development and strengthening of organizations, personnel and facilities throughout Thailand with respect to Human Resource Development, Information Service, Technical Service, Research and Development, and Policy and Regulatory Issues, all this with a view to optimizing the benefits to be derived from petroleum and petrochemical industries development in Thailand. Contact us: Petroleum Institute of Thailand (PTIT) 18th Floor, PTT Building, 555 Vibhavadi-Rangsit Road, Chatuchak, Bangkok 10900, Thailand Tel.: +66 2537 3592-8 Fax: +66 2537 3591 Website: http://www.ptit.org The Gas Association of Singapore (GAS) is a national body that brings together practitioners, experts and professionals in the gas/gas related industry. Formed in December 2001, GAS provides members with a forum to exchange information and experiences in a cordial environment. GAS offers members opportunities for discourse on gas-related matters such as exploration, production, separation, liquefaction, transmission, distribution, storage and utilization. It aims to enhance the sharing of knowledge, forging of friendship and cooperation as well as promoting uniformity in industry practice and standards amongst organizations and professionals in the gas industry. The Association brings together like-minded professionals with a common aim to position Singapore as a key strategic partner in the regional gas industry. It aims to promote wider participation of individuals and corporations of the gas industry in Singapore at regional and international events.

About the Media Partners
Alexander’s Gas & Oil Connections (www.gasandoil.com) is a news & information website for the gas & oil industry and delivers bi-weekly an extensive overview of the global energy developments (free of charge). We also offer Global Pipeline Monthly (GPM), Oil Gas Energy Law (OGEL) and a Contracts & Tenders weekly. Platts is the world’s largest energy information provider, specialising in news, prices, data, analysis, analytical tools, geospatial systems, research and consultancy for the complete spectrum of the energy industry. Platts provides information and services to companies and individuals active in the fields of electricity, natural gas, oil, oil shipping, coal, nuclear energy and petrochemicals LNG journal, the preferred magazine for the industry's executives and engineers. It tracks commercial developments such as tenders, contracts, and new projects in shipping and the construction and planning of import and production plants. Trading, pricing and product specification trends are highlighted. Legal developments are tracked in the fields of supply, shipping and commercial finance contracts and insurance. SUBSCRIBE NOW! subs@lngjournal.com T: +44(0)20 7510 0015 F:+44(0)20 7510 2344 www.lngjournal.com

Who should attend
Job titles: Presidents, CEOs, MDs, Directors, Vice-President, General Managers, Managers of functions like: • Commercial contracts • Legal • Marketing • Engineering/Technology • Project Financing • Shipping and Transportation • Training & Development • Procurement • Terminal Operations • Facilities Management • Administration • Research and Development • Business Development • Health and safety • International Relations • Risk Management From: • International Gas Companies • Independent Gas Companies • National Gas Companies • LNG Traders • LNG Vendor • LNG Equipment Manufacturers and Suppliers • LNG Shipping companies and Shipyards • LNG Engineering and Contacting Companies • LNG Ship owner/Charter • Law Firms • Analysts and Consultants • LNG Insurance and Risk Management Consultants • LNG Consultants • Investment Banks • Financial/Risk Institutions • Government Organisations • Research Associations and Agencies Geographical market of delegates: • Japan/ Korea/Taiwan/China - 45% • South East Asia - 35% • India/Australia/MiddleEast-10% • US/Canada/Europe-10%

Why you cannot miss this event?
The LNG market is undergoing a dynamic shift worldwide and the emergence of new players like India and China is changing the face of the industry. Asia-Pacific has historically been the world's biggest LNG market and continuing trends indicate that LNG consumption is expected to double by 2015 in which the Asia Pacific region accounts for 65% of the global trade. Countries like Singapore and Australia are looking to scale up their LNG operations to capitalise on the opportunities in this industry. With these exciting developments, the future is upbeat with the questions of demand and supply ruling the roost. The ongoing developments and changing dynamics in the LNG trade is anticipated to expose regional players to a multitude of challenges, which require innovative mitigation in order to remain competitive, viable and profitable. This conference aims to focus on the key operational aspects of LNG business by streamlining the conference into six meaningful tracks - highlighting the most current and innovative business practices which will help professionals understand the nuances of the current market dynamics which will prepare them to succeed and gain an edge in this highly competitive market. Don't miss this opportunity to meet the line up of key international speakers and to network with a very niche and targeted group of delegates from across the world. Follow your own agenda with a choice of four streams over 2 days: Stream One: LNG Contract Management Stream Two: LNG Shipping and Terminals Stream Three: LNG Project Financing Stream Four: LNG Risk Assessment and Management

Key Issues and Topics:
• Understanding of the key issues in the LNG world market • Unraveling new paradigms in the realm of LNG technology • Formulating sound operational and commercial contract management strategies for gaining more flexibility in LNG trade • Exploring the new and emerging concepts in off shore terminals and shipping • Building and establishing risk assessment and management standards to mitigate risks • Understanding the nuances of LNG project financing for successful partnerships • Identifying the key trends and emerging opportunities in the LNG trade worldwide

Acknowledgement
marcus evans would like to thank all the world-leading visionaries, solution providers, associations, operators, end-users and delegates within the oil and gas industry from Asia-Pacific and around the world who have contributed to and supported the marcus evans regional 3rd Annual LNG World event. I would particularly like to mention our speakers for their help in the research behind the event and also our sponsors for their continued support and commitment. On behalf of marcus evans we hope you have a rewarding, enjoyable and productive time. I personally look forward to meeting you all and working with you at our future regional events planned in 2008. See you in July!

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