May 17, 2011


Description

Large remote deepwater gas discoveries are attractive candidates for Floating
Liquified Natural Gas (FLNG) developments. However, balancing technical,
commercial, and contractual issues with the Production Sharing Contracts (PSCs)
requirements of various countries is an essential consideration for the selection and
successful actualization of FLNG developments.
 
This presentation will discuss PSC requirements involving government or regulatory
rules on taxation; cost, commercial, and contractual issues; marketing issues; and
technical requirements. These requirements affect decisions for whether a FLNG
development is the best decision for a gas discovery. For many large remote
deepwater gas discovery scenarios, FLNG will be the recommended option and
proper presentation of the decision inputs and outputs will help an Operator obtain
the necessary governmental approvals in a timely manner.

Featured Speakers

Speaker Mike Culligan
Director of Floating LNG Conoco Phillips Mike Culligan is the Director of Floating LNG for ConocoPhillips’ LNG Technology and Licensing group.   Mike has worked for ConocoPhillips for 27 years in a variety of engineering, project management and business development roles.  In his current role, he is coordinating the development ...

Director of Floating LNG
Conoco Phillips




Mike Culligan is the Director of Floating LNG for ConocoPhillips’ LNG Technology and Licensing group.


 


Mike has worked for ConocoPhillips for 27 years in a variety of engineering, project management and business development roles.  In his current role, he is coordinating the development of Floating LNG solutions utilizing the ConocoPhillips Optimized Cascade®Process. Before joining the LNG Technology and Licensing group, Mike managed ConocoPhillips gasification project development group and has spent several years developing integrated energy projects for ConocoPhillips in the Middle East and North Africa.


 


Mike earned a BS degree in Chemical Engineering from Colorado School of Mines in 1983.



Full Description



Organizer

Mike Bateman


Date and Time

Tue, May 17, 2011

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Norris Center City Center

803 Town and Country Ln., Suite 210
Houston, Texas 77042
USA