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2019 Indo-Pacific LNG Supply & Natural Gas Infrastructure Business Roundtable

Opportunity to Meet with Energy Decision-Makers from the Indo-Pacific Region

Friday, June 21, 2019
2:00 PM – 3:30 PM
Houston, Texas

On a visit to the United States, decision-makers from Indonesia, Vietnam and the Philippines will meet with U.S. providers of LNG and related equipment and technologies. The visit, hosted by the U.S. Trade and Development Agency, will allow U.S. companies to showcase their solutions to the delegation, as well as learn about upcoming project opportunities at a Business Roundtable. This visit builds upon USTDA’s ongoing cooperation with the Japanese Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI), with the goal of advancing high-quality energy infrastructure in the Indo-Pacific region.

Attend the Roundtable to:

* Gain market intelligence and learn about upcoming procurement opportunities

* Establish new business partnerships

* Learn about the Indo-Pacific region’s ambitious plans to advance LNG infrastructure

Topics of Discussion:

* An overview of the region’s energy sector

* Insight into local investment strategies, including project opportunities for U.S. firms

Delegates Represent:

Indonesia: PT Bayu Gemilang (BBG)  | PT PGN LNG  |  Ministry of Energy & Mineral Resources | Coordinating Ministry for Economic Affairs | PT PLN Gas & Geothermal

Philippines: Department of Energy  |  House of Representatives of the Republic of the Philippines  |First Gen Corporation | Energy Regulatory Commission | Senate of the Philippines

Vietnam: Ministry of Industry & Trade (MOIT) | Central Economic Commission of CPV | Vietnam Electricity (EVN)  | PetroVietnam (PV Gas)  |  Genco3


Over the past 20 years, global natural gas production and consumption have become a cleaner and more efficient alternative to diesel and coal. The U.S. is expected to become the world’s top gas exporter by 2020, and Asian nations represent a target market, as they are increasingly importing LNG.

Vietnam is looking to develop LNG import terminals and storage facilities to supply gas-fired power plants with sufficient feedstock. Indonesia plans to modernize and refurbish its existing gas infrastructure, including converting liquefaction terminals to regasification terminals, to accommodate gas imports. Indonesia also plans to build small- to medium-sized gas-fired power plants (10-20 megawatts) to electrify remote islands, especially in more isolated parts of eastern Indonesia utilizing a system of mini-LNG tankers to supply the islands from larger LNG terminal hubs. In the Philippines, the development of a $2 billion LNG import terminal in Batangas (south of Manila) is under consideration in response to depleting resources at the Malampaya Gas Field, which, if approved, would be the country’s first LNG facility.

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