12th LPG Trade Summit

23-25 Oct, 2017 - Dubai, U A E

The H Hotel

"Scrutinizing Opportunities for Increased Demand & Global Trade"

 

Highlights

  • Export Competitiveness from the Middle East, US & Russia
  • Supply/Demand Outlook in Africa
  • Iranian’s Production & International Export
  • LPG Retail Demand Scene in Asia Pacific
  • China’s LPG Demand Development, with Focus on Petrochemical & PDH
  • Updates on India & South Asian LPG & Infrastructure
  • Glowing LPG for the Power Generation
  • LPG Waterborne Trade, Shipping & Freight Market Development

 

Testimonials from 11th LPG Trade Summit

"This conference has provided me with deeper insight about LPG"

~ ADNOC ~

 

"Insightful and very well organized"

~ Panama Canal Authority ~

 

"This was my first time attending LPG Trade summit and I found it a very interesting event, bringing together all major players, discussing all aspects of a dynamic trade market"

~ FACTS Global Energy ~

 

"Excellent"

~ ENOC ~

 

"Very good experience and positive networking opportunities"

~ Benelux Overseas Inc / Benelux East-Med Trading S.A ~

"Wonderful and enriching experience, information gathered can assist in industry calculated decision with regards to LPG trading"

~ Petco Trading Labuan Company Limited ~

 

"The very good conference with a lot of useful LPG market outlooks and representatives"

~ Thomson Reuters ~

 

"Gathering are more useful than actual conference itself, networking dinner is a good idea"

~ Gulf Transport & Trading Ltd ~

 

"Great conference to hear a global perspective on the LPG market"

~ Bentek Energy LLC ~

 

News Feed

Indonesia looks to Iran for LPG imports

Posted on : 13 Jun, 2017

 

Indonesia is planning to increase liquefied petroleum gas (LPG) imports from Iran. They are hoping to procure the LPG imports from Iran at a discounted price. 

 

According to the country’s Energy and Mineral Resources Ministry, Wiratmaja Puja - Indonesia wants to double imports of Iranian LPG from 500,000 tonnes to 1 million tonnes.  

 

State-owned oil and gas company Pertamina is demanding price discounts from the Middle Eastern country. However, no deal has been struck yet.

 

If Indonesia succeeds in increasing its LPG imports from Iran, its LPG imports from other countries, including Saudi Arabia’s Aramco will decrease substantially.

 

Iran has been working towards increasing its crude oil production after the sanctions were lifted. The country wants to recapture its market share. Iran’s return to the market has put pressure on other market leaders – especially Saudi Arabia and producers in other regions.

 

LPG market trends will be further analyzed at 12th LPG Trade Summit on 23-25 October in Dubai.

 

Contact Ms. Huiyan at huiyan@cmtsp.com.sg or call +65 6346 9113 for more information.

 

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