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NGLStrategy LPG Market Seminar Attendee List

NameRSVP Status
Niel RootareYes
Tom AarthunNo Response
Kasib AbdullahNo Response
Jason AlfordNo Response
Jeff AllenNo Response
Klay AllenNo Response
Richard AllenNo Response
Antoine AllonsiusNo Response
Aatmon AminNo Response
Joe AndersonNo Response
Chloe Andrew-JonesNo Response
Jose Ramon ArangoNo Response
Russ ArnoldNo Response
Dave ArtuzNo Response
Iver BaatvikNo Response
Colin BalkeNo Response
Brian BallNo Response
Steven BallNo Response
Gregory BamertNo Response
Sherry BarkNo Response
Max BarkleyNo Response
John BateyNo Response
Carmine BattistaNo Response
Pam BeallNo Response
Subir BectorNo Response
Rene BenavidesNo Response
Drew BergNo Response
Lawson BernardNo Response
Reshma BharatNo Response
Michael BisigNo Response
Wayne BlaylockNo Response
Tory BleackleyNo Response
Michelle BloomNo Response
Robert BourneNo Response
Paul BradshawNo Response
Stein-Erling BrekkeNo Response
Bill BriggsNo Response
Bill BriggsYes
Ian BrimelowNo Response
Jason BroadstockNo Response
Justyna BrownridgeNo Response
Mark BrunoYes
Dana BryantNo Response
Jonathan BuchananNo Response
Brian BurkeadNo Response
Jed ButlerYes
Brian CadoganNo Response
Patricia CamachoNo Response
Jonathan CampellNo Response
George CamposYes
Alfonso CanedoNo Response
Alfonso CanedoYes
David CannelongoNo Response
Christian CapdevilleNo Response
Alan CardosoNo Response
Curt CarmichaelNo Response
Anthony CashYes
Luca CeriniNo Response
Ron ChamnessNo Response
Jeremiah ChanNo Response
Irene ChangNo Response
Bryan ChismarNo Response
Sungho ChoNo Response
Tony ChovanecNo Response
Claire ClarkNo Response
Alex CocavessisNo Response
Ryan ColemanMaybe
Nicholas ConleyNo Response
Chris ConstantinouNo Response
Breet CooleyNo Response
Raul CordobaNo Response
Ron CornNo Response
Alan CornerNo Response
Karen CowrieNo Response
Richard CrossNo Response
Aislinn CrozierNo Response
John CugleyNo Response
Chang CuiNo Response
Michael CurryNo Response
James DahlenNo Response
Martin DaleNo Response
Scott DaviesNo Response
Joshua DeaneYes
Tunc DemirNo Response
Eric DevillenfagneNo Response
David DewittNo Response
Nick Di PietroNo Response
Sun DianfeiNo Response
George DickinsonNo Response
Michael DickinsonNo Response
Richard DodgsonNo Response
Mark DonahueNo Response
Rob DonaldsonNo Response
Alvin DookieNo Response
Fatou DossoNo Response
Joy DuNo Response
Patrick DuniganNo Response
Dan DunlopNo Response
David DunningNo Response
Andy EdlingNo Response

TEST Attendee List

NameRSVP Status
TylerNo Response
Tom AarthunNo Response
Hoon AhnNo Response
Ahmed Rahma Al BlookiNo Response
Mohamed Mubarak Al ShibaNo Response
Ahmed Sultan Al SuwaidiNo Response
Ali Al-AlamNo Response
Ali Al-ShehriNo Response
Joseph AlfonsoNo Response
Antoine AllonsiusNo Response
Gro AnundskaasNo Response
Tristan ArnaudNo Response
Shota AsadaNo Response
John AspdenNo Response
Iver BaatvikNo Response
Gregory BamertNo Response
John BateyNo Response
Francesco BecciNo Response
Oliver BeresfordNo Response
Oliver BeresfordYes
Drew BergNo Response
Marina BischofNo Response
Michael BisigNo Response
Keith BlincoeNo Response
Matt BoccaNo Response
Katarina BonnerYes
Paul BradshawNo Response
Jason BroadstockNo Response
Adam ByrneNo Response
Giovanni CardinaleNo Response
Matt CarlessNo Response
Mark ChaNo Response
Irene ChangNo Response
Pilho ChangNo Response
Florent ChevrierNo Response
Julius ChikeYes
Harry ChiltonNo Response
Nicolas ClaudeNo Response
Alex ClaytonNo Response
Sara CoghlanNo Response
Nicholas ConleyNo Response
Chris ConstantinouNo Response
Chang CuiNo Response
Qin DaNo Response
David DewittNo Response
David DiasamidzeNo Response
Daniel DiezNo Response
Fatou DossoNo Response
Joy DuNo Response
Luis DutraNo Response
Sho EbiharaNo Response
Tyler EdgingtonNo Response
Bernardo EndoNo Response
Alan EngbergNo Response
Hadi FarhoudNo Response
Charles FearnNo Response
Ming Feng TanNo Response
Yiannis FilandrasNo Response
Stephen FioriniNo Response
Marius FossNo Response
Haruka FujiokaNo Response
Sean GallagherNo Response
Dave GallowayNo Response
Alia Ponz GarciaNo Response
Randy GiveansNo Response
Elnara GulievaNo Response
Alex HadjipaterasNo Response
Peter HadjipaterasNo Response
Satomi HainesNo Response
Tug HanleyNo Response
Tim HansenNo Response
George HarjetteNo Response
Ross HendeyNo Response
Ross HendyNo Response
Gerben HermansNo Response
Amalio HidalgoNo Response
Yuka HiguchiNo Response
Genki HiranoNo Response
Joshua HodgesNo Response
Rob HoltNo Response
Kiichiro HondaNo Response
Hunjo HuangNo Response
Bryan HuntNo Response
Rob HutchisonNo Response
Asim IftikharNo Response
Emin ImanovNo Response
Hiroki ItoNo Response
Kevin JangNo Response
Adam JenningsNo Response
Howard JohnsonNo Response
Jason JonesYes
Hannah KadirNo Response
Oystein KalleklevNo Response
Ash KapurNo Response
George KarapanosNo Response
Omar KayaamNo Response
Lynette KhooNo Response
Hui Pan KhuanNo Response
Austin KimNo Response
Polly KingNo Response

NGLS April 2020 LPG Market Update following OPEC+ decision

The black swan events of 2020 have radically transformed the energy markets including LPG global supply/demand and trade. After the recent decision from OPEC+ to curb crude oil production by 9.7 mmb/d, the global LPG trade expectation for 2020 transformed once again, with less LPG available for exports which in turn is expected to destroy demand further. NGLStrategy has updated the view of global LPG exports following two recent updates in December 2019 and March 2020. Based on this:

  • Steam cracking remains one of the key swing factors – with lower supply, prices are expected to remain firm decreasing propane’s advantage as a feedstock vs naphtha. Overall demand will reduce in steam crackers particularly in N. Europe
  • Additional drop in retail demand expected both east and west due to COVID-19.
  • Some retail markets typically dependent on Middle East supply may not grow as expected due to lower export availability.
  • PDH demand is not expected to change significantly from NGLS’ previous update as on-purpose propylene is anticipated to be needed based on estimated propylene demand.

NGLStrategy has updated it’s 2020 view on global LPG trade expectations as crude oil production is curbed from May onwards. With less LPG available for exports both East and West, demand in some sectors is expected to be destroyed. Which sectors, the level of reduction in Middle East and US exports and the resulting influence of such cuts on pricing and shipping are explored in our April Market Update report.

To find out more, contact us to receive further information about the update report or set up a market call with our consultants/analysts to discuss about the recent changes and how they can affect your business – email: info@nglstrategy.com

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