First LNG-to-Power Forum explores digitalisation, finance
The first in a series of events saw senior figures from across the value chain discuss critical issues that will impact on LNG-to-Power's future
Senior industry peers gathered in Houston on 3 December to discuss opportunities within the burgeoning LNG sector at Petroleum Economist's first LNG-to-power forum.
Held in Houston, the event was organised in coordination with our official partners, ExxonMobil, EY, King & Spalding, Microsoft, Standard Chartered Bank and Mitsubishi Hitachi Power Systems Global.
Delegates debated the challenges involved in opening up new LNG markets, expanding existing markets, and successfully structuring bankable LNG-to-Power projects.
The event will now be followed by a series of forums to be held in 2020 in Dubai, Singapore and London, before returning to Houston.
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Don Victory, Upstream Chief Process Engineer, ExxonMobil, discusses how new gas turbine and digitalization technologies are making gas-fired power ever more competitive
Lucia Martinez, CFA, Head of Energy, North America, Standard Chartered Bank chairs the last panel discussion on, 'Establishing a Bankable Contract Structure for an LNG to Power Project' with Nick Bedford, CFO, Excelerate Energy, Carlos Wheelock, Head of Energy BD, Vitol Group, Eric Eyberg, Head of Americas Gas & LNG Consulting, Wood Mackenzie and Aaron Neus, Senior VP, Freeport LNG
Deborah Byers, Americas Sector Solutions Leader, EY discusses 'Projecting the evolution of the electricity sector to 2050 Michelle Michot Foss, PhD, Fellow in Energy and Minerals, Baker Institute Rice University and Greg Vesey, Chief Executive Officer & Managing Director, LNG Limited
In a keynote address, Jeff Monk, Senior Industry Executive, Energy, Microsoft discusses 'Digital enablement of the LNG to Power market'
Andy Brogan, Global Oil & Gas Leader, EY, discusses 'What role will LNG play in a decarbonising world?' with Steve Kellogg, Global Regulatory and Policy Advisor, ExxonMobil, Jeff Monk, Senior Industry Executive, Energy, Microsoft and Kristy Kramer, Head of Markets, Gas & LNG Research, Wood Mackenzie
Monica Hwang, Counsel, King & Spalding discusses 'Structural changes in LNG supply and trade' with Don Hubbard, Advisor, InterEnergy, Jean-Charles Papeians, Head of Liquefaction, Total and David Kirsch, Executive Director, EY