Unlocking the potential of Business in Eastern Europe Gas Market - Competition, Alternatives, Markets, Projects, Security Through Diversification. The Case of LNG
On April 29-30th, 2019, was held the LNG Conference discussing various topics related to the current development of the gas supply and diversification for Bulgaria and the Balkans.
Tom Pyle Presentation
Date(s) - 29/04/2019 - 30/04/2019
4:00 pm - 12:30 pm
Grand Hotel Sofia
Don’t miss the event that maps the LNG role for the CE/EE Region.
Tom Pyle – Chairman of Institute for Energy Research (IER) in Washington D.C. and the American Energy Alliance also in D.C. Pyle was chairman of President Trump’s transition team for Energy after he was elected president in 2016. IER is an official co-sponsor of the conference.
Steven Hayward – Dr. Hayward is a distinguished American intellectual, currently a professor at the University of California at Berkeley and a regular analyst at the popular conservative forum powerlineblog.com. For many years he edited the Almanac of American Environmental Studies.
Lucian (Lou) Pugliaresi – president of the Energy Policy Research Foundation (EPRINC). Mr. Pugliaresi leads one of the oldest energy research think tanks (founded in 1944) in Washington D.C. and is a recognized international expert on energy and LNG. He appears often on national television and testifies frequently to congressional hearings on the energy policy of the United States.
Mike McKenna – president of MWR Strategies, a Washington D.C. think tank, is a public opinion and polling specialist on US energy issues (tbc). He also analyzes broader energy policy issues and lobbying practices with respect to energy in the US Congress.
Mikhail Krutikhin – senior analyst RusEnergy, leading independent Russian energy expert.
AmCham Bulgaria is institutional partner of the event.
- American Energy under Trump: Problems and Prospects
- LNG in America’s Energy Mix and its role for CEE
- Legitimate Lobbying vs Corruption: What’s the Difference?
- The Energy Revolution and America’s Foreign Policy
- LNG – Barriers and Impact on Natural Gas Market in the South-East Europe
- Small-scale LNG and its implications for the wider LNG market
- Regulatory and Legal Landscape – The EU Gas Directive and impact on ongoing projects, contracts and gas flows