Karthik Sathyamoorthy

AG&P

President, LNG Terminals & Logistics

Based in Dubai, Mr. Sathyamoorthy is responsible for LNG terminal development, sourcing, demand aggregation and integrated LNG-fired gas-to-power opportunities globally. He is currently leading AG&P’s LNG terminal projects that are under development in the Philippines, and in India. Sathyamoorthy previously served as President for the Galway Group where he was responsible for its operations globally. Prior to joining Galway Singapore in 2011, he developed extensive gas and LNG transactional and commercial experience working for Wood Mackenzie, HSBC and Crisil. Sathyamoorthy has managed the construction of new LNG import terminals, small-scale LNG, LNG ship scheduling, contracting and commercial negotiations across Southeast Asia, North Asia and the Middle East. Sathyamoorthy has also been involved in several capital-raising and investment opportunities across the gas value chain. Other assignments have included Pan-Asian and country-specific gas strategies, LNG procurement studies, gas and LNG pricing studies and storage studies. He holds an Electrical Engineering degree from National Institute of Technology in Karnataka, India and an MBA in Oil and Gas Management from the University of Petroleum and Energy in Dehradun, India.

Sessions With Karthik Sathyamoorthy

Wednesday, 8 March

  • 07:15am - 08:20am (CST) / 08/mar/2023 01:15 pm - 08/mar/2023 02:20 pm

    Spotlight | The Commoditization of LNG

    The global LNG market has become increasingly commoditized through higher volumes and liquidity and the growing role of traders and portfolio players. The extreme high-priced environment of the past year, however, has led to an increase in longer-term contracting activity. How will the commoditization of LNG develop in the new global gas world order? What are the opportunities and risks for market players in this developing global LNG market?