- A thematic program designed to provide insight and forge collaboration across the value chain
- Market analysis and discussion specific to each pillar of gas monetization
- A range of conference formats, including panels, onstage interviews and interactive polling sessions
Connecting buyers and sellers from across the US natural gas value chain
Now in its 5th year, the Argus Natural Gas Summit provides a one-stop shop where market leaders and decision makers from across the industry meet to discuss developments in the markets. Enjoy a thought-provoking program that will provide the insight you need to understand natural gas market development.
Confirmed speakers include:
- Carlo Barrasa, Marketing Advisor, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation
- Geoffrey Street, Director, Marketing, Tenaska
- Sarah Stabley, Managing Director - Gas Supply Optimization & Pipeline Services, Duke Energy
- Andrew Bradford, CEO, BTU Analytics
- Dena Wiggins, President and CEO, NGSA
- Steven Woodward, Vice President Business Development, Antero Resources
- Joseph Graham, Natural Gas Structuring & Origination, Uniper
- Dave Schryver, Executive Vice President, American Public Gas Association
- Bob Truman, Vice President, NAmerico Energy LLC
- Ajey Chandra, Vice President & Managing Director, Muse, Stancil & Co.
- Chris Kralich, Vice President Natural Gas Supply & Trading, Talen Energy Supply
- Charlie Riedl, Vice President, NGSA & Executive Director, Center for LNG
- Langtry Meyer, Chief Operating Officer, Texas LNG
- Travis Hancock, Vice President, EnerVest
- Jill Quick, Senior Market Analyst, RBAC Inc.
- Ning Lin, Executive Director of Global Gas, RBAC Inc.
- James Lamoureaux, Managing Director, IGP Methanol
- David Givens, Head of Gas and Power Services, North America, Argus
- Stan Brownell, VP Business Development, Natural Gas & LNG, Argus
- Understand the needs of your buyer or supplier
- Explore the development of natural gas demand over the next decade
- Network and secure steady feedstock supply for the coming years
- Get the information you need to capitalize on the abundance of US Natural Gas