SINGAPORE – 22 AUGUST 2013 – The premier strategic LNG gathering for the region, the World LNG Series: Asia Pacific Summit will take place at the Shangri-La Hotel in Singapore 24-26 September 2013. The event is designed to examine the changing demand for LNG in Asia Pacific, to consider the supply outlook, as well how to drive sustainable growth in the industry. It will also address developments in LNG business models for both Buyers and Suppliers in Asia Pacific, while exploring if the market is headed to spot trading and short term optimization. Delegates will also be challenged to discuss what needs to happen to create a gas trading hub in Asia.

CWC Group is honoured to announce that Hitoshi Nishizawa, General Manager, LNG, Fuel Department, Fuel & Power Company for Tokyo Electric Power Company (TEPCO) will be speaking. Keynote speakers at the summit also include Moon Ming Seah, Group Chief Executive Officer of the newly launched Temasek company, Pavilion Energy Pte Ltd; Frédéric Barnaud, President & Managing Director of Gazprom Marketing & Trading and Zheng Hongtao, Vice President of CNOOC Gas and Power Group Ltd.

Other notable speakers include Rajeev Mathur, Executive Director of GAIL (India) Ltd.; Philip Olivier, President of GDF Suez LNG and Yasushi Sakakibara, Chief Representative for the Asia Pacific Regional Office of Tokyo Gas Co. Ltd.

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About The World LNG Series: Asia Pacific Summit

The World LNG Series: Asia Pacific Summit is organized by The CWC Group, twice winner of the Queen’s Award for Enterprise. CWC has a 15-year track-record in delivering energy events and training globally, focused on Oil & Gas Exploration & Production, LNG, GTL, Shale Gas, Local Content, O&G Logistics & Technology, Infrastructure and Water Management.

The company has organized over 600 events in the past 15 years, to which they attribute their unparalleled wealth and depth of experience. CWC is the acknowledged market leader for events and training in the oil and gas industry. With representative offices and agents in Europe, Asia Pacific, Africa, Middle East and the Americas, CWC is supported by a team of 140 employees based at their headquarters in London, England.