Nov. 17, 2005


Description

This presentation will discuss the place of LNG in the US natural gas supply mix, and ExxonMobil''s plans for building regasification units in the US.  Natural gas will play an increasingly prominent role in the world’s energy supply.  

This presentation will briefly discuss:

  • Natural Gas supply / demand balance, and the need for LNG
  • Technology reducing LNG costs
  • LNG trade routes
  • LNG permitting status in the US
  • Issues in siting LNG terminals 
  • Exxon’s proposed LNG terminals   
There will be a brief Q&A session following the presentation.

 

 

 

The lunch will cost $35 to all those who pay at the door on the day of the event regardless of membership. 


Featured Speakers

Speaker Ray A. Mentzer
US Liquefied Natural Gas Regulatory Manager ExxonMobil Development Company Ray is the US Liquefied Natural Gas Regulatory Manager for ExxonMobil Development Company, located in Houston, TX .  In this role, he is responsible for the permitting of several US LNG terminals.  Ray also serves as the Chair of the Technical …

US Liquefied Natural Gas Regulatory Manager
ExxonMobil Development Company

Ray is the US Liquefied Natural Gas Regulatory Manager for ExxonMobil Development Company, located in

Houston, TX .  In this role, he is responsible for the permitting of several US LNG terminals.  Ray also serves as the Chair of the Technical Committee of the Washington-based 'Center for LNG' industry coalition.



Ray has been with ExxonMobil for 25 years.  His career started at their

Upstream

Research

Center in Houston, following receipt of his BS in Chemical Engineering from


University of

Illinois , and MS & PhD in Chemical Engineering from Purdue.  He then had a series of assignments in the New Orleans Production office ranging from work on a major project, to supervising various engineering, planning, field sales, and safety / regulatory groups. 



Following assignments in Public Affairs and Production in Exxon USA's headquarters office in Houston, he relocated to London with the merger of Exxon and Mobil, as the

Europe and Africa Upstream Safety, Health and Environment Manager. 



Ray lives in The Woodlands, TX with a 16 year old son, 11 year old daughter, and wife who is also a chemical engineer and ExxonMobil employee. 

Full Description



Organizer

Michael Sternesky


Date and Time

Thu, Nov. 17, 2005

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central

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Location

The Courtyard on St. James Place

1885 St. James Place
Houston, Texas 77056-4110
USA