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Energy Dialogues hosts the 2017 North American Gas Forum in Washington D.C.

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The North American Gas Forum brings together an impressive line-up of industry decision makers from across the natural gas value chain to open the dialogue around relevant topics including upstream, pipelines, LNG exports, power generation and policy changes. The forum will take place 1 – 3 October at the Westin Georgetown in Washington D.C.

Each year, the North American Gas Forum (NAGF) gathers senior representatives from the natural gas space to engage in comprehensive, solution-oriented energy dialogue. The forum encourages collaboration and partnership through engaging panels, interactive roundtables and exclusive networking functions, designed to build long-lasting industry relations that are critical to the successful future of the sector.

Recognised across North America as a must-attend event for the industry to come together for high-level dialogue, the NAGF explores the challenges and opportunities the industry is facing today. Senior decision makers will convene to discuss the position of natural gas in the energy mix, the importance of an on-going lower-carbon energy transition and a path towards a long-term, sustainable energy future.

“Energy Dialogues has created a fantastic opportunity for industry leaders to have an open transparent conversation about the challenges, trends and future of the North American gas industry” – Allen Burchett, Head of Next Level Program, Oil, Gas & Chemicals, ABB.

With progression, economic growth, regulatory developments and solution-oriented dialogue as the focus of the forum, Washington D.C. was Energy Dialogues’ natural choice for the 2017 location. Washington D.C. is at the centre of the most important developments and policy changes affecting the natural gas and LNG industry, and in-depth discussions will revolve around the Trump administration’s energy plans, policies, trade deals and new market opportunities.

The 2017 NAGF agenda presents a 45 plus, impressive speaker line-up from across the natural gas value chain, including featured speakers Acting Chairwoman of the FERC Cheryl LaFleur, Shell Executive VP of Unconventionals Greg Guidry, Counselor for Energy Policy U.S. Department of Interior Vincent DeVito, Cheniere Executive Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer Anatol Feygin, Managing Director and Chief Executive Officer of LNG Limited Greg Vesey, President of Sempra LNG & Midstream Octavio Simoes and Shell Executive VP of Integrated Gas Ventures De La Rey Venter.

Through keynote presentations, panel sessions, roundtables and unique networking opportunities, NAGF creates real industry engagement and dialogue to drive business opportunities and important collaboration efforts. The conference is an occasion to connect with market players such as Sempra LNG & Midstream, Kiewit, Shell, Golden Pass Products, LNG Limited, Cheniere, Dominion Resources, Southwestern, Honeywell, ABB, GTT and others as they discuss the strategic road map for natural gas production and use in North America, and supply opportunities to some of the largest natural gas consumers globally.

Energy Dialogues’ North American Gas Forum is the only forum at the intersection of business, policy and strategy in the LNG and natural gas industry, and this year’s location, high-level featured speakers, intimate, open setting and agenda relevancy set the stage for NAGF’s most successful year yet.

For more information or to register for the conference, visit the NAGF site.

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