Vietnam remains one of the world’s most attractive emerging markets in the near term as rapid growth in manufacturing exports and domestic consumer expenditure continue to drive the economy.
Vietnam’s economic growth potential implies significant investments in the power and fuel sectors, and it is anticipated that LNG will form a significant component of this.
Vietnam has established a legislative and contractual framework pursuant to which it has successfully procured fuel and power generation, evolving from state owned entities to Independent Power Projects, and there is currently a mix of publicly and private operated generation. The existing structures can form the basis for the development of successful LNG projects in Vietnam.
In this second of a series of webinars, we look at the legislative framework in Vietnam, the established risk matrix for coal fired power plants in Vietnam and discuss how this could be adapted to LNG. We will also look at lessons learned in Vietnamese power projects and LNG projects in other jurisdictions to discuss how LNG projects could be structured in Vietnam.
Join our panel of expert partners for this live webinar on 12 August.
Nick Dingemans, Partner, Global Energy Sector, Singapore
Linh Doan, Partner, Global Energy Sector, Hanoi
Matt Lorimer, Partner, Global Energy Sector, Hanoi
Heike Trischmann, Partner, Global Energy Sector, London