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A New Frontier for LNG Pricing and Contracts


  • As the world's demand for LNG continues to grow, the world's largest LNG supplier (Shell) has inked an innovative new deal with one of the world's largest LNG buyers (Tokyo Gas), including a coal pricing formula link for the first time in a large-scale LNG contract.
  • Both parties have named the deal an ‘innovative solution', with Tokyo Gas hailing it as a ‘further diversification of price indexation' and Shell calling it a ‘tailored solutions including flexible contract terms under a variety of pricing indices.'
  • Learn more about LNG business, technology, markets and contractsLNG Fundamentals - May, 27 – 29, SingaporeLNG Markets, Pricing, Trading & Risk Management - May, 27 – 29, SingaporeLNG Terminal Operations - June19 – 21, SingaporeGas & LNG Contract Negotiations - August, 21 – 23, Kuala LumpurLNG Fundamentals – October, 22 – 24, Singaporevisit



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