• CERAWeek
  • March 18 - 22, 2024

Jenny Yang

S&P Global

Senior Director, Greater China Gas, Power and Energy Future

Jenny Yang, Director, leads market analysis on Greater China natural and low-carbon gases at S&P Global Commodity Insights. Based in Singapore, Ms. Yang's recent research includes China's energy market reforms, Chinese companies’ LNG procurement strategies, the impacts of China's gas demand and related policies on the global gas and LNG market, and the potential role of hydrogen in China's energy mix under the government's carbon emissions reduction ambition. She regularly presents and moderates C-level executive dialogs at industry conferences including CERAWeek, LNG and Hydrogen Gas Market Forum, International Energy Executive Forum, and Asia Gas Forum. Ms. Yang also has extensive knowledge of electricity load forecast and peak demand management, pricing and structuring of electricity products, power retail operations, and electricity market deregulation. Prior to joining S&P Global, she was vice president of pricing, products, and markets at Constellation NewEnergy in Houston, Texas. Earlier, she was a quantitative analyst at Williams Companies, where she produced forward-looking price and volatility curves for energy-related trading commodities. Ms. Yang holds a Bachelor of Business and Administration and a Master of Business and Administration from the University of Oklahoma, United States.

Sessions With Jenny Yang

Wednesday, 8 March

  • 11:55am - 12:45pm (CST) / 08/mar/2023 05:55 pm - 08/mar/2023 06:45 pm

    Asian Gas Demand: Options to maintain energy supply security

    Gas & LNG
    Responses to the high global LNG spot prices pulling cargoes into Europe have widely varied in markets across Asia. Going forward, the effect of the short-term market volatility on long-term gas demand will also diverge, depending on factors including energy demand growth expectation, resource availability, affordability, technology development plans and decarbonization goals in each market. What are the short-term supply options across Asia in the current energy crunch? How does the high spot price environment impact domestic gas price liberalization effort? Will the short-term market fundamentals reduce the role of natural gas in the region’s long-term energy mix? How do LNG suppliers support Asian gas markets secure supply while addressing the long-term decarbonization goal?