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US Chapter: Washington, D.C. 2010


"A Game Changer? The Geopolitics of the Unconventional Gas Revolution and Implications for the Global Gas Market"

4 - 7:30 p.m. Thursday, September 16, 2010 (4 - 6 p.m. Panel Discussion and Q&A; 6 - 7:30 p.m. Cocktail Reception)

Online registration is now closed.

Baker & McKenzie LLP | 815 Connecticut Ave. NW | Washington, D.C. 20006 | US

Mary Lashley Barcella, Ph.D., Director, Global Gas, IHS CERA
Justin Dargin, Research Fellow, The Dubai Initiative, Harvard University 
Robert M. Lesnick, Oil and Gas Program Coordinator, Oil, Gas and Mining Policy Division, The World Bank
Julia Nanay, Senior Director, Markets and Country Strategies, PFC Energy

Co-Chairs: Steven Otillar, Partner, Baker & McKenzie LLP and Guly Sabahi, Senior Associate (Foreign Attorney), Baker & McKenzie LLP, and Marian Hagler, Of Counsel, Baker & McKenzie LLP as Moderator

Members: $30 | Non-members: $50 (Online registration will close September 13, 2010)

This event will feature a distinguished panel of international energy experts who will provide an in-depth overview of unconventional gas developments in North America and Europe, and discuss the implications of unconventional gas production on the global gas market. The panel will focus on how unconventional gas production will affect supply chains from the Middle East and Russia, as well as its ramifications on the global LNG trade and international gas pricing and demand. The speakers will also examine the relative effect nascent environmental concerns surrounding unconventional gas will have on future projects.

The panel will also debate whether the lessons learnt in the North American unconventional gas sector could be repeated elsewhere, and how the lack of coherent energy policies may inhibit unconventional gas production in certain jurisdictions.

This conference is extremely topical for practitioners specializing in energy transactions, including attorneys, investment bankers, industry analysts, as well as energy company executives, fund managers, institutional investors, and anyone who needs to understand the fast paced changes impacting our energy future. 

Sponsored by:    Baker & McKenzie       IHS CERA       Taylor DeJongh

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