Time: June 16, 2014 from 8am to 10am
Location: CME Group, NYMEX World Headquarters, One North End Avenue, New York, NY.
Event Type: panel
Organized By: Keith Mauck (Site Publisher)
Latest Activity: May 30, 2014
New York has a powerful history as a crossroads for the oil and gas business, and the sector will gather to kick off New York Energy Week 2014 with a panel examining the extraordinary shift in fossil fuel economics in recent years, its impact on business and political relationships, and the central role of the Northeastern US in an emerging new oil and gas reality. With surging US production prompting expectations for shifting use of regional refineries, in pipelines that serve global markets and through transformation of infrastructure, the possibilities for the New York energy community in working with regulators, investors and other stakeholders through financial innovation, creative project management and technology advancement is extraordinary.
Joseph Bohm, President, Dual Fuel Corporation
Chris Faulkner, President & CEO, Breitling Energy
Carolyn Kissane, Academic Director and Clinical Associate Professor, Energy and Environment Concentration Director, New York University
Branko Terzic, Former CEO & Commissioner, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission
Moderated by Peter Gardett, Founding Editor, Breaking Energy
Welcoming remarks by Gary Morsches, Managing Director – Global Energy, CME Group
Hosted by CME Group