Unlocking the supply chain for LNG project success (EMA/AMR)

This webcasts provides insights on project management, cost transparency, governance, jurisdiction engagement, stakeholders and opportunity selection.

6 May 2015, 12:00PM - 1:00PM, EST

Focusing on how companies are successfully unlocking savings from their LNG supply chain, our webcasts will bring to life the highlights of our report, as well as discuss project life cycle development stages and implications in a number of regions.

 

LNG developers are facing the challenges of lower oil and gas prices, and consequent reductions in capital expenditure, along with more remote and challenging projects. To ensure that new LNG projects are viable, and to extract maximum value from existing projects, proponents and operators have to unlock their supply chain.

 

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This is the third in a series of LNG reports and webcasts that provides deeper insights on improving project economics and certainty through better project management, cost transparency, governance, jurisdiction engagement, stakeholders and opportunity selection.

 

Learn more about:

 

  • New LNG supply chain challenges
  • Why the supply chain is so important to LNG
  • 10 ways to improve the LNG supply chain
  • Managing supply chain as part of Enterprise Risk
  • Supply chain innovations
  • Key actions to improve supply chain performance

 

Presenters will also share regional insights and lessons learned in a panel discussion on LNG projects.

 

  • Mary Hemmingsen, Partner, Advisory Services, Leader for LNG and Power and Utilities, KPMG in Canada
  • Andre Donha, Partner-Diretor, ENR Sales and Operations, KPMG Consultoria Ltda., KPMG in Brazil
  • Mark Woods, Director and Global Lead, Supply Chain, Energy & Natural Resources, KPMG Australia

 

Who should watch?

 

This webcast is a must for CFOs, CROs, Controllers, executives in tax, supply chain/procurement, strategy, project and risk management, operations, EPC contractors and LNG proponents.

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