Sept. 20, 2012


Description

Before 2008, North America was on a natural gas treadmill. Available supply was
being rationed - industrial consumers were leaving our shores for jurisdictions with
more economic feedstock. The worm has turned. LNG regas terminals built to handle
expected high levels of imported natural gas have become white elephants as shale gas
production has grown to over 25 Bcf/d.

The unconventional resource base is impressive; what are the prospects for export of
North American gas on a large scale? Richard Tucker will examine drivers for North
American LNG liquefaction and export, including resource availability, expected supply
costs and arbitrage opportunities.

Featured Speakers

Speaker Richard M. Tucker
Ziff Energy Group Mr. Tucker is responsible for marketing Ziff Energy Group’s E&P Services to upstream oil & gas producers in the US. He has 35 years of experience -- 15 with Ziff Energy Group -- providing consulting services to the energy industry, upstream and downstream. Mr. Tucker graduated Summa ...


Ziff Energy Group


RTucker PortraitMr. Tucker is responsible for marketing Ziff Energy Group’s E&P Services to upstream

oil & gas producers in the US. He has 35 years of experience -- 15 with Ziff Energy

Group -- providing consulting services to the energy industry, upstream and downstream.



Mr. Tucker graduated Summa Cum Laude, with Departmental Honors in Economics

from Western Maryland College (now McDaniel College), and attended graduate studies in Economics at the University of Chicago and Virginia Polytechnic Institute. He is a Charter Member of the National Energy Services Association (NESA) and a member of International Association of Energy Economists (IAEE).

Full Description



Organizer

Michael Cherif


Date and Time

Thu, Sept. 20, 2012

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Petroleum Club

800 Bell Street, #4300
Houston, TX 77002
USA