New market and new opportunities – more at Budapest LNG Summit 2019

The 2019 LNG Summit in Budapest will be held on December 2-3 in Budapest with the focus to connect the regional demand of CEE countries with the international supply chain. This event brings together European Institutions, CEE countries, global and regional energy companies, international suppliers to discuss the future of LNG and gas in the region.

Will be present at the event top leaders of regional and global energy companies, like governmental institutions, chambers of commerce, research institutes, consulting companies, transport and car companies, technology companies, banks law firms and universities.

Among the partners of the event are MVM Group, MET Group, LNG Croatia, LNG Polskie, ExxonMobil, Shell, Cheniere, Tellurian, Klaipedos Nafta, BP.

Budapest LNG Summit is the leading LNG conference of the CEE region. The purpose of the Budapest LNG Summit 2019 is to create an exclusive, high-level forum for the region’s top leaders from 25+ countries, enabling them to explore and consider the medium and long-term.

The main topics

  • The global LNG market in transition. Main trends and challenges.
  • The key accelerators of the new upcoming LNG market.
  • Main infrastructure developments in the CEE/SEE region: interconnectors, terminals, pipelines
  • The status of Croatian LNG terminal
  • New gas sources in the region and beyond. EastMed gas hub. Can gas arrive from Cyprus, Egypt, Israel to us?
  • LNG trading & contracts: Capacity or commodity, how to ensure the security of supply and the best tariffs?
  • The options of Ukrainian gas transit after 2019
  • LNG/CNG as a transportation fuel
  • Financing future of LNG/gas projects. Are those projects in competition with renewables for investment?

The most anticipated subjects on the agenda

  • FID of LNG Croatia was made on 31st January 2019, LNG Polskie Terminal is ready for expansion in 2019
  • The Ukraine-Russian transit contract expires by December 2019
  • The potential gas resources in the Romanian’s Black Sea are over 200 billion cubic meters
  • Growth in global gas trade comes mostly from LNG, with its share swelling from 42% to almost 60% by 2040