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Latin America Focuses on Future LNG Requirements PR Newswire LONDON, September 11, 2012 LONDON, September 11, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Securing long term supplies to meet the increasing demand for natural gas has become a top priority

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Latin America Focuses on Future LNG Requirements
PR Newswire LONDON, September 11, 2012
LONDON,September 11, 2012/PRNewswire/ --Securing long term supplies to meet the increasing demand for natural gas has become a top priority for both Latin American countries and theirCaribbean counterparts. Both market places are now striving to encourage the installation of new energy sources based on natural gas and to ensure availability and sustainability of energy to meet domestic demand in the long term. Export license grants are now well within reach; LNG export inNorth Americais becoming a tangible reality and is on the radar as a major source of supply for Latin American importers. Latin American buyers and North American sellers are now in the prime position of forging long-term partnerships and achieving significant commercial success. The LNG 360 Forum:Latin America& the Caribbean will bring together major producers, importers and exporters, government representatives, project investors, shippers and other stakeholders to address the commercial and strategic challenges, and share their insights and experiences in the latest developments for capitalizing on LNG partnerships and projects. Also:
Luis A. Pacheco, Senior Vice President, Planning & AIT,Pacific Rubiales Energy,Columbia, will be disclosing developments for the first FLNG project inSouth Americaand their proposed plans for supplying gas to theCaribbeanmarket Silvia De Marucci, Leader, Liquid Bulk Segment,Panama Canal Authority,Panama, will be discussing the progress of the Panama Canal expansion and the impact this will have on the LNG shipping and trade on a global scale Peter Hansen, CEO,Oregon LNG,USA, will uncover new developments for the Oregon LNG project and its potential role in the supply chain toSouth America Ernie Megginson, LNG Project Manager,Ministry of Science, Technology,Energy&Mining,Jamaica, will reveal an insider's perspective on Jamaica'sFSRU project and how this project may solve theCaribbean'senergy demands
Notes to the editor: Web Addresses: http://www.lng360latamcar.com For Spanish translation: http://www.lng360latamcar-es.com Twitter: energydmg For all press enquiries and more information contact Anthony Webb on +44(0)203-615-2877 or anthonywebb@dmgevents.com