We will provide a high-level overview of LNG facilities, economics and trade. We will examine the characteristics of LNG and look at processes and facilities to produce and transport it including costs and economics associated with LNG plants and terminals. We will also explore the domestic markets for small-scale LNG plants and the uses for LNG produced therein. Finally, we will consider the possible implications of several new large-scale export facilities planned for the West Coast of North America. Some are under construction as we speak.
- Gain a non-technical understanding of LNG production and transportation
- Learn about export and domestic LNG markets
- Recognize potential impacts on US gas producers, midstream entities, utilities and consumers arising from growing LNG exports
Who Should Attend
Any relatively new employee of a gas industry entity and experienced gas industry professionals (administrative, financial, operations, legal, marketing, and other disciplines) seeking to broaden their understanding of the gas midstream segment.
Meet Your Instructor
J. Richard Moore
Dick Moore has more than 40 years of experience in the energy industry including jobs in both regulated and unregulated segments of this industry. He has held senior management positions in oil and gas exploration and production companies, interstate and intrastate natural gas pipelines, gas and electric utilities as well as natural gas gathering, processing and marketing companies.
Mr. Moore previously served on the Board of Directors of the Gas Processors Association and has held a position as adjunct faculty in the economics department at Richland College in Dallas. He serves as faculty for the Energy Executive Course at the University of Idaho and the Legislative Energy Horizons Institute of the Pacific Northwest Economic Region as well as the Professional Development Institute at the University of North Texas and has been a speaker on energy topics for the Maguire Energy Institute at Southern Methodist University in Dallas.