North American Gas Outlook

Speaker: Paul Ziff
Speaker Paul Ziff
CEO Ziff Energy Group        Paul Ziff, CEO  Ziff Energy Group  paul.ziff@ziffenergy.com   A veteran energy player, Mr. Ziff has over three decades of experience within the oil and natural gas industry. Founding the Ziff Energy Group in 1982, with offices in Calgary and Houston, the two energy ...

CEO
Ziff Energy Group

 

 

 

 Paul Ziff, CEO

 Ziff Energy Group

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A veteran energy player, Mr. Ziff has over three decades of experience within the oil and natural gas industry. Founding the Ziff Energy Group in 1982, with offices in Calgary and Houston, the two energy capitals of North America, the firm has grown to span all continents.

As a specialist on strategies and corporate performance of North American exploration and producing companies, Mr. Ziff conceived a wide range of benchmarking studies and consulting projects in upstream corporate performance, in which the firm is a world leader. 

Mr. Ziff is an honors graduate of Harvard University, and he also attended the Université de Paris (Sorbonne) and the Institut d'Études Politiques. As a featured guest speaker at energy industry events, conferences, and corporate directors meetings in North America and abroad, Mr. Ziff is extensively quoted in business and trade media.


 

Full Description

From the impact of low gas prices, through the high full cycle cost of gas, to declines in conventional gas, plus increases in Shale Gas production, along with oscillating LNG imports, North American gas demand will be met.

Mr. Ziff shares Ziff Energy’s views of major gas supply basin outlooks, thereby providing you with insight for your business planning. While this presentation touches on key issues, Mr. Ziff will be available for follow-up questions afterwards.

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Organizer Barry Faulkner

When?

Thu, Feb. 11, 2010
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m. US/Central

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Where?

Petroleum Club of Houston, ExxonMobil Bldg. 43 Floor
800 Bell Street
Houston, Texas 77002
USA

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