Argus Presents:
Latin American LNG 2008
August 21, 2008, 11am ET (east coast US)

LNG in Latin America:
Implications for energy integration, prices and policy

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Latin America could see as many as eleven new terminals to import liquefied natural gas over the next few years. Mexico leads the pack, with a second terminal just getting underway. On the supply side, Peru is gearing up to launch LNG exports in 2010. Venezuela plans to start deliveries in 2013.

This rapidly developing trend flies in the face of the region's traditional supply patterns, shifting energy clout and posing the prospect of dramatically higher gas prices. Does the advent of LNG spell the demise of long-sought energy integration? Given the region's plentiful untapped gas reserves, will LNG imports prove to be a passing phenomenon or a rational long-term strategy? How will governments cope with the structural rise in gas prices brought on by LNG?

The Argus Latin American LNG 2008 webinar will update listeners on Latin America's emerging LNG landscape, from Mexico's Costa Azul to Argentina's Bahia Blanca. We will look at the implications for regional integration, prices and policy.

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