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  • North American LNG Exports 2014:  A world-class speaker lineup + coverage on all major LNG export projects

    North American LNG Exports 2014: A world-class speaker lineup + coverage on all major LNG export projects

    In its fifth year, North American LNG Exports brings you the industry’s most comprehensive conference focused on LNG export projects from Alaska to Mexico. Hear directly from top industry experts and get unique insights you can’t get from any other event.

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  • 40 LNG Export Terminal Projects Proposed in the U.S., Canada and Mexico

    40 LNG Export Terminal Projects Proposed in the U.S., Canada and Mexico

    Combined, these projects propose to export 412 million tons of LNG annually (50 bcf/d) - a significant increase over the 236.9 million tons of LNG traded worldwide in 2013. Which projects will proceed? Get the latest updates at North American LNG Exports 2014.

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  • Rapid Growth in Global Demand for LNG

    Rapid Growth in Global Demand for LNG

    From 2012-2013, Asian LNG imports increased 16% while Central/South American imports increased 43%. How will North America compete for rapidly growing LNG import demand around the world? Discuss this critical topic at North American LNG Exports 2014.

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  • 3.5 bcf/d of New LNG Export Capacity Approved

    3.5 bcf/d of New LNG Export Capacity Approved

    Since North American LNG Exports 2013, an additional 3.5 bcf/d of export capacity has been approved – and more approvals are likely on the way.
    Get the latest updates on FERC approvals, including details on the proposed Cove Point and Corpus Christi/Jordan Cove projects.

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  • <em>Three LNG Projects Moving Forward for Export to Non-FTA Countries:</em>

    Three LNG Projects Moving Forward for Export to Non-FTA Countries:

    Cameron (1.7 bcf/d), Jordan Cove (0.8 bcf/d) and Oregon LNG (1.25 bcf/d) represent a combined 3.75bcf/d of approved LNG export capacity approved for non-federal trade agreement countries since North American LNG Exports 2013. Hear about these projects at North American LNG Exports 2014.

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  • Michael D. Frederick

    Featured Speakers

    Michael D. Frederick
    Senior Vice President of LNG Operations
    Dominion Resources
    Michael D. Frederick is vice president -- LNG Operations. He is responsible for operations at the Cove Point LNG facility ...

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  • J. Corey Grindal

    Featured Speakers

    J. Corey Grindal
    Vice President of Supply
    Cheniere Energy
    J. Corey Grindal is vice president of supply at Cheniere Energy. Grindal joined Cheniere in 2013 and is responsible for ...

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  • Glenn Carlson

    Featured Speakers

    Glenn Carlson
    Executive Director/CEO
    Port Freeport
    Glenn A. Carlson began his career with Port Freeport in 2012 as the Executive Port Director and Chief Executive Officer. ...

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  • H. Javier Estrada Estrada

    Featured Speakers

    H. Javier Estrada Estrada
    Director
    Analitica Energetica SC
    From 1982 to 1995, Humberto Javier Estrada Estrada held management positions at the Research Institute Fridtjof Nansen and the Bedriftsøkonomisk ...

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  • Dan Lumma

    Featured Speakers

    Dan Lumma
    Senior Vice President
    Kiewit Oil Energy Group
    Dan Lumma is senior vice president of Kiewit Energy Group and Kiewit Oil, Gas & Chemical, both part of Kiewit ...

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  • David Wochner

    Featured Speakers

    David Wochner
    Partner
    K&L Gates
    DOE uses a "Public Interest Standard" to determine if demand is expected to exceed domestic supplies over the term of ...

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Conference Objectives

  • Consider how many and which LNG export terminals will proceed.
  • Discuss ultimately what will govern American export investment and determine volumes.  
  • Evaluate how rising construction demand may affect EPC costs. More

PAST PARTICIPANTS

• ABB Inc.
• ABS Consulting
• Arctas Capital Group
• Baker Risk
• BG Group
• Bloomberg New Energy Finance
• Braemar Technical Services
• Cambridge Energy
• Charles River Associates

see full list of past participants

INDUSTRY RESOURCES

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John Wellinghoff to Share Insight On the Future of LNG Exports for the United States and It's Impact On Fellow ...
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Houston-based Cheniere Energy, Inc. (Cheniere) announced that its subsidiary, Corpus Christi Liquefaction, LLC (Corpus Christi Liquefaction), has entered into a ...

SPONSORS & ALLIANCE PARTNERS

UPCOMING MEETINGS

George R. Brown Convention Center, Houston Texas
February 2-4, 2015

CONFERENCE AT A GLANCE

North American LNG Exports 2014 will present market trends, opportunities and challenges for LNG export developers from

  • ALASKA TO MEXICO
  • IMPORT TERMINAL EXPANSIONS TO GREENFIELD PROJECTS
  • ONSHORE TO FLOATING DESIGNS 
  • QMAX CARRIERS TO ISOCONTAINERS
  • DOMESTIC FUEL TO ASIAN EXPORT MARKETS
  • POWER OFF THE GRID TO ONSITE POWER GENERATION
  • DIRECT DRIVE TO ELECTRIC MOTORS
  • JCC TO HENRY HUB
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