Giles Farrer

Giles Farrer

Research Director – Global LNG Wood Mac

Giles directs Wood Mackenzie’s LNG research, maintaining client relationships across the world. Having led the development of our LNG Corporate offering, Giles now manages Wood Mackenzie’s LNG Service and Tool products, drawing on his ten years of experience in gas & LNG.

His particular expertise lies in LNG supply valuation, LNG contracting and pricing, LNG costs, FLNG, competitor benchmarking and market analysis.

Prior to joining the LNG team in 2008, Giles worked in Wood Mackenzie’s upstream group covering the Middle East and South Asia. He previously worked for Evaluate Energy in London.

Giles holds a BA in History & Politics including a final year paper on African Petroleum Economies, from the University of Exeter.
 

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Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:45 To 13:20

11/08/2018 12:45 11/08/2018 13:20 The African Gas Sales Equation: Africa’s Gas as a Global and Regional Commodity The market for gas in Africa should not be ignored: rapid urbanization and improved standards of living drive consumer demand for electricity, while industrial applications offer many opportunities.

In this session our expert panel explores:

• Africa in the context of the increasing global and intra-African trade of gas
 • The move in global LNG markets from long term fixed contracts to more short-term arrangements
• Gas to industry in Africa: New sources of gas demand, the role of gas in driving development in Africa 
• How will African gas compete with global supplies, and what is the basis for those expectations?
CTICC

CTICC

"The African Gas Sales Equation: Africa’s Gas as a Global and Regional Commodity"

Ben K. Asante Giles Farrer Jay Bhattacherjee Mohsin Seedat
Time and date

Thursday 08/11/2018

From 12:45 To 13:20

11/08/2018 12:45 11/08/2018 13:20 The African Gas Sales Equation: Africa’s Gas as a Global and Regional Commodity The market for gas in Africa should not be ignored: rapid urbanization and improved standards of living drive consumer demand for electricity, while industrial applications offer many opportunities.

In this session our expert panel explores:

• Africa in the context of the increasing global and intra-African trade of gas
 • The move in global LNG markets from long term fixed contracts to more short-term arrangements
• Gas to industry in Africa: New sources of gas demand, the role of gas in driving development in Africa 
• How will African gas compete with global supplies, and what is the basis for those expectations?
CTICC
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