14 мая - 15 мая 2019
Houston, Texas, US

Argus Natural Gas Summit - Monetization Strategies

Conference day one

Start End
  • 09:00
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  • 09:10
  • Chair's opening remarks Stan Brownell - VP Business Development, Natural Gas & LNG, Argus
  • 09:10
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  • 09:40
  • Opening keynote address
  • 09:40
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  • 10:30
  • The industry leaders' panel

A cross-section of industry thought leaders assess the current state of affairs of the US natural gas industry and the direction of travel over the coming years

  • Top opportunities and challenges
  • Where is the future of demand?
  • What infrastructure still needs to be built to move supply to demand region?
  • Impact of regulations on gas development 

Speakers:
Steven Woodward, Vice President Business Development, Antero Resources 
Bob Truman, Vice President, NAmerico Energy LLC 
Travis Hancock, Vice President, EnerVest 
Dave Schryver, Executive Vice President, American Public Gas Association

Moderator:
Stan Brownell, VP Business Development, Natural Gas & LNG, Argus
  • 10:30
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  • 11:15
  • Morning networking break
  • 11:15
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  • 12:00
  • Demand side growth prospects: US natural gas supply- a story that is driving demand Charlie Riedl - Vice President, NGSA & Executive Director, Center for LNG
  • How is the growth of US supply changing the domestic and global natural gas market ?
  • Will LNG exports continue to grow?
  • How is the LNG global market evolving?
 
  • 12:30
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  • 14:00
  • Networking lunch
  • 14:30
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  • 15:15
  • Panel: A question of power

How are utilities and IPPs looking to capitalise on the abundance of domestic gas and what do they need from the value chain to cement a dominant position for gas as the feedstock of choice?

Speakers:

Chris Kralich, Vice President Natural Gas Supply & Trading, Talen Energy Supply
Andrew Bradford,
CEO, BTU Analytics


  • 15:15
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  • 15:45
  • Gas on an industrial scale
Gas on an industrial scale: Industrial gas buyers discuss the rationale behind their feedstock choices and their requirements over the coming years.
  • 15:45
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  • 16:15
  • Coffee and networking break
  • 11:15
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  • 12:30
  • Panel discussion: Solving the market access issue

How can the value chain better collaborate to link upstream supply to existing and new demand centres through new midstream infrastructure and innovation?
This session will bring together upstream, midstream and downstream players to discuss the latest concepts and projects across pipelines, virtual pipelines and shipping.
Topics to be discussed include:

  • Is planned pipeline infrastructure sufficient and what more is needed to move to the supply market?
  • Will we see widespread adoption of trucking and barges for inland gas distribution? What are the barriers for entry and how can they be overcome?
  • Future growth potential for LNG and current capacity of the existing fleet?
  • Will IMO 2020 regulation spur demand from the marine fuel sector?

Speakers:
Sarah Stabley,
Managing Director - Gas Supply Optimization & Pipeline Services, Duke Energy
Jill Quick,
Senior Market Analyst, RBAC Inc.
Joseph Graham,
Natural Gas Structuring & Origination, Uniper

Moderator:
David Givens, Head of Gas and Power Services, North America, Argus
  • 16:15
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  • 17:00
  • Panel: Natural gas liquids

How to maximise the potential of this value add in domestic and international markets?

Moderator: Ross Allen, Vice President - Business Development, Argus


Speakers:
Ajey Chandra,
Vice President & Managing Director, Muse, Stancil & Co.
Carlo Barrasa,
Marketing Advisor, Anadarko Petroleum Corporation


  • 17:00
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  • 17:15
  • Chair's closing remarks
  • 17:15
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  • 19:30
  • Networking reception

Conference day two

Start End
  • 09:30
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  • 09:40
  • Chair's opening remarks David Givens - Head of Gas and Power Services, Argus
  • 09:40
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  • 10:10
  • Keynote address Langtry Meyer - Chief Operating Officer, Texas LNG

US poised to become LNG powerhouse of the world

  • Global LNG market trends
  • Benefits to US natural gas producers
  • What differentiates Texas LNG from other US projects?
 
  • 10:10
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  • 10:30
  • Why the North American players need to be aware of the global market’s impact on the North American gas market Ning Lin - Executive Director of Global Gas, RBAC Inc.


We have observed great changes in LNG market globally in the past two years, and many in the North America energy sector have been following the news:

  • Great demand potential for North America LNG leads significant export capacities planned in North America most incremental
  • A potential short term over-supply of LNG capacities in global market that may last for 3-5 years
  • More Complex Structure of LNG contracts and evolving pricing structure and indexation
 
  • 10:30
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  • 11:00
  • An interview with a refiner
Hear how this community is looking to use domestic gas and where the growth centres will be.
  • 11:00
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  • 11:45
  • Networking break
  • 11:45
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  • 12:30
  • Methanol exports James Lamoureaux - Managing Director, IGP Methanol

How can methanol exports provide strong value for the gas production community? What is the size of the opportunity?

 
  • 11:45
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  • 12:30
  • Ammonia, an $80bn market

What is the demand potential and how do natural gas players better enter this market?

 
  • 13:15
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  • 13:30
  • Chair's closing remarks
  • 13:30
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  • 15:00
  • Networking lunch