21 May - 23 May 2018
Houston, Texas

Argus North American Natural Gas Markets

Join your peers from across the natural gas supply chain for networking and market insight on the natural gas markets! 

Insight you will gain:

  • The future of North American natural gas supply and production outlooks for the Permian, Marcellus and Utica
  • Global LNG market trends, US exports and trading developments
  • Mitigating political hurdles and the future of natural gas in an uncertain regulatory environment
  • Mexico's gas market - Demand from the US, trading trends and infrastructure updates
  • Gas pipeline, storage, transportation flows and North American project updates
  • Future natural gas demand from the power sector and competition with renewable sources
  • Gas demand from the petrochemical and transportation sectors
  • Blockchain technology and the potential impacts on natural gas trading

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Who you will meet: 

  • Natural gas producers
  • Natural gas buyers including: Utilities, refiners, industrials and manufacturers 
  • Pipeline and infrastructure companies
  • Natural gas marketers and traders
  • LNG market participants

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Keynote Speaker

Alan Armstrong
President and Chief Executive Officer, Williams
Alan Armstrong became president and chief executive officer of Williams in January 2011. During his tenure, Williams has expanded its reach, currently touching about 30 percent of all U.S. natural gas volumes, through gathering, processing, transportation and storage services. Armstrong also serves as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer for Williams Partners ...
Alan Armstrong became president and chief executive officer of Williams in January 2011. During his tenure, Williams has expanded its reach, currently touching about 30 percent of all U.S. natural gas volumes, through gathering, processing, transportation and storage services. Armstrong also serves as Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer for Williams Partners L.P., the master limited partnership that owns most of Williams’ gas pipeline and domestic midstream assets. Prior to being named CEO, Armstrong led the Company’s North American midstream and olefins businesses through a period of growth and expansion as Senior Vice President – Midstream. Previously, Mr. Armstrong served as Vice President of Gathering and Processing from 1999 to 2002; Vice President of Commercial Development from 1998 to 1999; Vice President of Retail Energy Services from 1997 to 1998 and Director of Commercial Operations for the company’s midstream business in the Gulf Coast region from 1995 to 1997. He joined Williams in 1986 as an engineer.

Highlighted Speakers

Mikhail Antonov
Mikhail L. Antonov
President and Managing Director, Gazprom Marketing and Trading, USA
John Baguley
John Baguley
Chief Operating Officer, LNG Limited
Geoff Street
Geoff Street
Director de Comercialización, Tenaska Gas de México
Jessica Keiser
Jessica Keiser
Senior Vice President, Targa Resources Corp.
Jeff Welch photo
Jeff Welch
President, Namericao Energy Holdings LLC
Dena Wiggins
Dena Wiggins
President and CEO, NGSA
Matthew Hoza
Matthew Hoza
Senior Energy Analyst, BTU Analytics
Nina Fahy
Nina Fahy
Head of North American Natural Gas, Energy Aspects
Matthew Hong
Matthew Hong
Director of Research, Power and Gas, Morningstar
Matt Feighner
Matthew Feighner
Clean Energy Manager, Regional Sales, Clean Energy Fuels
Jason Womack
Jason Womack
Editor - Argus Natural Gas Americas, Argus
Sponsors
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