EIA holds 2016 Energy Conference on July 11 and 12 in Washington
Wednesday, Jun 15, 2016
The U.S. Energy Information Administration (EIA) will hold its 2016 Energy Conference on July 11 and 12 in Washington, DC. This two-day event provides the opportunity to meet and network with energy analysts, decision makers, and EIA staff.
Conference session topics that may be relevant to EIA stakeholders interested in information about natural gas include:
- LNG markets: Implications of a low energy price environment for demand and U.S. exports
This session will address how a low oil price environment affects LNG markets and export projects. The session will address whether the effects will be different for projects with tolling arrangements and Henry Hub-linked pricing compared to those that have proposed oil-linked pricing. The session will also discuss how LNG buyers with oil-linked contracts view the current market and address whether they are reconsidering their contracting strategies for the long run.
- Oil and natural gas: State-level issues and perspectives
This panel will explore how state regulation of oil and gas development is addressing issues such as water use and disposal, induced seismicity, well completion practices, blow-out prevention, management of well inventories, and associated financial considerations. Speakers will also discuss the status of natural gas storage and the impact of low oil prices on revenues and jobs.
For more information, please visit : http://www.eia.gov