Archive Events

Listed below are public conferences, workshops and training courses that Consensia Limited principals are either presenting, speaking at or have other involvements with. All links open in new window. 2006 “Principles of Power & Gas Trading”, College of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Oxford UK, 6 – 10 November 2006 “Global LNG – The Complete Supply Chain”, College of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Singapore, 3 – 6 July 2006. “South East Asia Australia Offshore SEAAOC 2006: Commercialising Regional Gas for a Global Gas Market”, Northern Territory Government and IIR partnering to offer Northern Australia’s largest and oldest hydrocarbons conference, Darwin Australia, 18-21 June 2006. “Global LNG – The Complete Supply Chain”, College of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Oxford UK, 8 – 12 May 2006 “Global LNG – The Complete Supply Chain”, College of Petroleum and Energy Studies, Moscow Russia, 3 – 7 April 2006 “The Future of Energy: Effectively Managing the Direction of Energy Strategy within the UK” conference, New Civil Engineer (NCE) and EMAP, London UK, 30 March 2006 “Essential Developments in Europe’s Gas Supply Chain: Assessing the Dynamics of LNG for Europe in a Rapidly Evolving Market” workshop, Consensia Limited in association with IIR, London UK, 24 – 25 January 2006 2005 “Sparks & Flames – Competing in Europe’s Gas & Power Markets“ conference including whole-day Consensia Limited workshop on “European Gas Markets – Understanding the Growing Effects and Impacts of LNG”, ICBI, Amsterdam Netherlands, 6 – 9 December 2005. “Essential Developments in Europe’s Gas Supply Chain: Assessing the Dynamics of LNG for Europe in a Rapidly Evolving Market” workshop, Consensia Limited in association with IIR, London UK, 25 – 26 October 2005 “Principles of...

Archive Presentations

2006 “SEAAOC 2006 – Commercialising Regional Gas for a Global Energy Market”, IIR and Govt. of the Northern Territory conference, Darwin, Australia Featured International Paper: European Gas Markets and the Atlantic Basin Effect (Leigh Bolton) “The Future of Energy – Effectively Managing the Direction of Energy Strategy within the UK”, NCE Energy conference, London, UK Paper: The UK’s New Gas World (Leigh Bolton) 2005 “Sparks & Flames – Competing in Europe’s Gas & Power Markets“, ICBI conferences, Amsterdam, Netherlands Session Chairman: Gas Hubs & Trading (Leigh Bolton) Session Chairman: LNG Developments (Leigh Bolton) “European Gas Transport, Storage and LNG 2005”; IIRconferences, London, UK Paper: Examining whether the growth of LNG will create a Global Gas Market (Leigh Bolton) 2004 “CEPSI 2004:15th Conference on Electric Power Supply Industry”; Shanghai, China Paper: Does China need an Independent Power Grid? (E. Harrison) Seminar for senior electricity tariffs and trading delegation from Russian Power Company RAO-UES plus associated Electricity Energos from Russia and Kazakhstan; Transeuropean Centre of Commerce and Finance; London UK Paper:The UK Electricity Market – Players, Regulation and Charges in a Liberalised Market              (E. Harrison) Seminar for senior delegation from the Chinese Electricity Grid Company; British Oriental Development Association; Derby UK Paper: Electricity Industry Standards & UK Employee Regulations (E. Harrison) 2003 Seminar for senior delegation from the Chinese Electricity Industry; British Oriental Development Association; Derby UK Paper: Electricity Market Liberalisation – Lessons for China (E. Harrison) Seminar for senior delegation from Russian Gazprom and associated regional companies from Russia, Ukraine and Kazakhstan; Transeuropean Centre of Commerce and Finance; London UK Paper: The Real Impacts of European Gas Market Liberalisation (Leigh Bolton) [Summary...

Archive News

(July 2006) “Global LNG – the Complete Supply Chain” returns to Singapore Leigh Bolton was Course Director and international expert presenter for this insightful “Global LNG” course which was recently delivered in Singapore as part of the 2006 international programme. Once again the internationally reknown lecturing team received excellent feedback confirming the strength of their knowledge and the reputation of this course. This highly acclaimed event which offers up to the minute information and comprehensively covers all aspects of the LNG chain plus uniquely examining the alternative processes and economic decisions for monetising gas reserves that may lead to an LNG choice. Amongst others, delegates included representatives from the Regulators of Singapore and Thailand who are preparing for LNG import terminals in the near future and from BPMIGAS updating knowledge for Indonesia’s LNG future.          ******************************************* (June 2006) Chevron predicts ‘tight’ LNG market for 5 years as demand rises Bloomberg Beijing China, The India Bullion and The Jakarta Post all reference comments by Consensia Limited’s Leigh Bolton in articles on future Asian LNG market effects published on 29th and 30th June 2006.          ****************************************** (June 2006) Asian LNG buyers face supply problems The Bloomberg report of the SEAAOC 2006 conference focusses on comments by Jane Liao, General Manager – LNG Purchase Division, Chinese Petroleum Corporation Taiwan and Leigh Bolton Director Energy, Consensia Limited regarding the developing and future Asian LNG effects. Article reprinted in the Gulf Times, Doha Qatar.          ****************************************** (June 2006) “Down Under” and “Up Top” in Darwin The annual South East Asia Australia Offshore Conference (SEAAOC) held in Darwin Australia attracted over 38 key industry figures from 10 nations including many senior delegates from the...