Discussion on LNG Energy Market in Vietnam

AmCham is conducting a Three Part series of virtual meetings on Vietnam’s surging energy market. Part One was on new Solar Power regulations. Part Two was about unlocking Vietnam’s Wind Power potential. Part Three takes places on May 12 to discuss Vietnam’s fast-growing LNG market.

All estimates show rapid growth in the demand for electricity in Vietnam. With a robust economy, this high growth is expected to continue to push electricity demand even higher. Current electricity generation, largely relying on coal and hydropower, is unable to keep up with demand and supply problems are expected soon. The government is moving their focus to importing LNG to solve this shortage.


(i) Introduction: John Rockhold, Co-Chair of AmCham’s Energy Committee and CEO and Vice Chairman of Chan May LNG JSC.

(ii) American Gas Equipment Suppliers View of LNG Market Potential: Nguyen Thi Thuy, Co-Chair of AmCham’s Energy Committee and Deputy Director of GE Vietnam.

(iii) View of US Developers and Investors: John Rockhold, Co-Chair of AmCham’s Energy Committee and CEO and Vice Chairman of Chan May LNG JSC.

(iv) Update on Global Gas / LNG Markets: Cécile Rauline, Vice President, ExxonMobil Exploration and Production Vietnam Limited

(v) Update on US Government Support for Energy Growth: Geoffrey Tan, Managing Director for Asia Pacific, US International Development Finance Corporation (DFC).

(vi) Legal Developments and Policies: Nguyen Thanh Hai, Chair of AmCham’s Legal Committee and Senior Associate at Baker McKenzie’s Hanoi office.

(vii) Q&A and Discussion: Virginia Foote, Chair, AmCham Hanoi.

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn about the key challenges facing the sustainable development of the LNG industry in the Vietnamese market. This virtual meeting will use the Microsoft Teams platform. Please register your participation by clicking on the button below or by calling (84) 24 3934 2790. Registered participants will receive an email on May 11 with the URL link and instructions.