5th London Gas & LNG Forum 2018 Distinguished Speakers Include

Francis R. Fannon*
Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Energy Resources (ENR) U.S. Department of State, United States
Dan Dorner
Head of BEIS-FCO International Energy Unit, Department for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy (BEIS), United Kingdom
Paul Corcoran
CFO, Nord Stream 2, Switzerland
Richard W. Westerdale, II
Senior Advisor, U.S. Department of State , United States
Ron Adam
Ambassador, Special Envoy on Energy, OECD coordinator, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Israel
Wolfgang Peters
fmr Chairman & CEO, RWE Supply & Trading CZ, and Managing Director, The Gas Value Chain Company , Germany
Guy Broggi
Independent Consultant LNG Markets, fmr Senior LNG Advisor, TOTAL SA, France
Moritz Keller
Partner, Clifford Chance Deutschland, Germany
Frederick Lawrence
Vice President, Economics & International Affairs, Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA), United States
Euripides L. Evriviades
High Commissioner of Cyprus
Arnold Dupuy
Associate, Booz Allen Hamilton, United States
Kenneth B. Medlock III*
Senior Director, Center for Energy Studies, Baker Institute , United States
Jeffrey Gedmin
Senior Advisor, Blue Star Strategies, United States
Anthony Livanios
CEO, U.S. Energy Stream, United States & Germany

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5th London Gas & LNG Forum 2018 Overview

Since its inception the London Gas & LNG Forum has been established as the most exclusive gas and LNG event in London. It is a unique commercial platform that brings together American and European energy leaders, investors, and government decision makers aiming to provide market intelligence and access to top decision makers. The London Forum is a private, closed door, off the record, non-attribution, and non-dissemination meeting.

U.S. Energy Stream organizes the 5th London Gas & LNG Forum 2018 on 5 & 6 September, 2018, at The Rag Army & Navy Club, London, U.K.

​This year’s focus is on the European gas market competition and energy security, European natural gas infrastructure, US LNG exports, and their impact to the Eurasian gas markets. Europe aims to secure its gas supplies from traditional and new suppliers of natural gas. The United States aims to promote its LNG exports to the global markets. Europe being the largest gas market in the world is attracting competition. Traditional and new gas pipeline suppliers to Europe have to complete with rising global LNG exports.