Masato SasakiDirector, Oil & Gas DivisionMinistry of Economy, Trade & Industry (METI), Japan
Director, Oil & Gas Division
Ministry of Economy, Trade & Industry (METI), Japan
Mr. Masato Sasaki has served as Director for Oil and Gas of the Agency for Natural Gas Resources and Energy at the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) and is in charge of policies for upstream development and procurement of oil and gas for Japan. He has a long carrier in energy affairs at METI as Director of Nuclear Facilities Development and Public Relations Division, and as Director of Energy Strategy Office.
He obtained his LLB from the University of Tokyo (1995).
Kunio NohataMember of the Board, Senior Managing Executive Officer and Chief Executive of Global Business DivisionTokyo Gas Co., Ltd
Member of the Board, Senior Managing Executive Officer and Chief Executive of Global Business Division
Tokyo Gas Co., Ltd
Mr. Nohata has been assigned as Member of the Board, Senior Managing Executive Officer and Chief Executive of Global Business Division of Tokyo Gas Co.Ltd. in 2018.
He has been working for Tokyo Gas for more than 30 years since joining in 1984. Through his career with the company, he has engaged in various fields such as overseas business development, infrastructure development, energy sales & service planning, energy solution business, LNG procurement and power business, as well as experiencing as President & CEO of Tokyo Gas Engineering Solution, subsidiary of Tokyo Gas Co.Ltd. specializing in engineering business.
He also contributed to the start-up and the growth of Gas Malaysia, the first natural gas distribution company throughout Peninsular Malaysia, as a Technical Specialist on the experience of energy sales and technical service for Industrial customers.
He holds a Bachelor and Master of Mechanical Sciences and Engineering from Tokyo Institute of Technology.
Hiroki SatoSenior Operating Officer, Business Development DepartmentJERA Co. Inc.
Senior Operating Officer, Business Development Department
JERA Co. Inc.
Mr. Hiroki Sato is one of the foundation members of JERA from Chubu Electric Power Co., Inc. now is Chief Fuel Transactions Officer, Senior Executive Vice President of JERA Co., Inc. and Special Advisor of Chubu.
He graduated from Keio University, specializing in Marketing Management and has previously worked as a diplomat in Middle East.
He has over 25 years of experience in LNG business. He made several innovative deals such as first MSPA in Asia, joint purchasing, time swap, tripartite SPA, liquefaction tolling agreements in Freeport LNG Project, capacity agreement with European players etc. while in Chubu and JERA.
Following his studies which commenced with a bachelor’s degree in geology from
Newcastle University in 1979 and then a petroleum geology master’s degree from
Imperial College London in 1983, Martin was employed by BG Group plc and its
predecessor companies, retiring after 32 years in February 2014 as chief
operating officer and a member of the board of directors.
He’s managed all forms of enterprise in the energy industry, has established a
strong external reputation in the international gas business and is largely credited
with being the key architect of BG Group’s world class Liquefied Natural Gas
(LNG) business. In recognition of this, in 2011 he was the first recipient of the
CWC Group LNG Executive of the Year award.
He was previously (2004 – 2009) a non-executive director of Severn Trent plc, an
integrated water and environmental company. He is a former director of SIGTTO,
the international organization representing gas tanker and gas terminal operators
worldwide. From 2008 to 2014 he was a vice president and board member of the
International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers (GIIGNL). Between 2015,
and 2018 he was the chairman of TPH International, a boutique investment bank
based in Houston, Texas.
In January 2014, he was appointed as a non-executive director of BUPA, an
international healthcare group. He sits on the nominations committee and is
chairman of the remuneration committee. He also sits on the board of Bupa Arabia,
a JV company listed on the Saudi Arabian Tadawul and based in Jeddah.
In June 2014, he was appointed a non-executive director of CCC Energy.
In February 2016, he co-founded Tellurian Inc. with Charif Souki and is now the
vice chairman. Tellurian is developing a 27.5 mtpa LNG export project in Louisiana
and is listed on the Nasdaq.
In March 2017, Martin was appointed as vice-chairman of Hakluyt North America a
company which provides independent, strategic advice to the world’s leading
multinationals and financial institutions on complex issues.
In March 2018 he was appointed by Moelis and Company as Chairman of its
global energy group.
Martin’s other activities include:
• Council member of the National Petroleum Council of the United States of
• Fellow of the Geological Society of London
• Member of the Development Committee of the Royal Opera House of London
• Member of the advisory board of the Global Energy Policy unit at Columbia
University’s School of International and Public Affairs, New York.
• Member of the advisory board of Radia Inc.
Steve is a member of Shell’s Integrated Gas and Shell’s Trading & Supply Leadership Teams with responsibility for Shell’s global LNG, natural gas and power marketing and trading activities. Steve is also responsible for Shell’s natural gas market development activities, Shell’s Integrated Gas strategy and Shell’s gas advocacy efforts.
Prior to the Shell purchase of BG Group, Steve was a member of BG Group’s Corporate Executive Team with responsibility for BG’s global LNG, natural gas and crude oil marketing and trading activities, and BG’s shipping business. Steve was involved in building and optimizing BG’s LNG business since joining the company in 2002 in roles in the UK, USA and Singapore.
Prior to joining BG Group, Steve worked for Mobil and subsequently ExxonMobil, in business development and trading roles in the UK, USA, Singapore, and Qatar.
Steve graduated from Durham University in the UK with a degree in Engineering and Management.
Jonty joined BP Oil in 1992, where he performed several roles in operations, trading and refining. In 1998 he took over the business development team looking after the Former Soviet Union, Mediterranean and Africa. During this period, he took on the role of BP nominated director in the setup of a new internet company the Intercontinental Exchange, which is now the world’s second largest energy exchange.
In 2001 Jonty moved to Vietnam to be the marketing manager for upstream. In this role, he was responsible for negotiating gas sales agreements with the State Oil and Power companies and working with the World Bank to finance new Power stations. Following this, he moved to Angola where he was the commercial manager for BP’s first deep water oil development. Prior to his current role, Jonty was the executive assistant for the head of Integrated Supply & Trading, then Group Strategy, in the corporate centre.
Since 2006 Jonty has been the global head of LNG for BP with a responsibility for the management of upstream contracts in Trinidad, Egypt and North West Shelf, merchant supply from Freeport in the USA and Coral LNG in Mozambique, a fleet of 16 LNG carriers, regas facilities in the USA, UK, Spain and Italy, the development of the Acu integrated regas and power project in Brazil as well as long term customer contracts globally.
Mark GyetvayChief Financial Officer & Deputy Chairman of the Management BoardNOVATEK
Chief Financial Officer & Deputy Chairman of the Management Board
Tony AttahManaging Director/ CEONigeria LNG Limited
Managing Director/ CEO
Nigeria LNG Limited
Tony Attah is the Managing Director/Chief Executive Officer of Nigeria LNG Limited and the Vice President of Bonny Gas Transport.
Tony has over 25 years’ experience in the oil and gas industry. Prior to his current role at Nigeria LNG Limited, he was the Managing Director and Board Chairman of Shell Nigeria E & P Company (SNEPCo), Vice President HSE and Corporate Affairs and Vice President Human Resources (HR). He has managed other technical & non-technical roles in Operations and major projects including being Head of Joint Venture Economics in the commercial function.
He holds a Bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering from the University of Ibadan and a Master of Business Administration from the University of Benin. He is a Fellow of the Nigerian Society of Engineers (FNSE), member of Council for the Regulation of Engineering in Nigeria (COREN), and member of Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE).
Over his distinguished career across Europe, Russia and Africa, Tony has led multi-disciplinary teams across diverse cultures. He is renowned for his strong strategic and commercial mind-set which is underpinned by a solid technical background and excellent leadership capabilities. His goal in NLNG is to sustain the historical excellent performance, move the company to the next level and continue to make NLNG an inspiration to Nigeria and a company committed to helping build a better Nigeria. With revenue exceeding $90bln since 1999, the company will easily rank with other FTSE 100 companies globally and is being managed to world class standards.
Tony is epitomized by his focus on people and on delivering business value to stakeholders. His personal core values are humility, excellence, integrity and respect for people. He is married with children and his hobbies are watching soccer, playing golf and listening to music.
Alessandro is the head of LNG Business Unit in Eni (Italy).
From 2013 to 2015 he led all Long-Term Gas Supply Negotiations for Eni’s European market.
From 2008 to 2012 he was seconded by Eni to Union Fenosa Gas (Spain), where he served as Managing Director starting 2009. In that period he was also Board member in the companies owning the Damietta liquefaction plant in Egypt and the Qalhat LNG train in Oman.
Formerly he was responsible for Eni’s international gas pipelines, working with various roles for pipeline companies as Trans Austria Gasleitung, Transitgas (Switzerland), TENP (Germany), Transmed and Trans Tunisian Pipeline. He has been member of the Board of Directors of Interconnector (UK) for several years to July 2012.
Eric BensaudeManaging Director, Commercial Operations & Asset OptimisationCheniere Marketing
Mr. Bensaude has more than 25 years of experience in the energy, oil and natural gas trading and marketing business. Prior to joining Cheniere, Mr. Bensaude served as Head of Global LNG at EDF Trading where he set up and ran the LNG trading and marketing department. Prior to EDF Trading, Mr. Bensaude was an Associate at Booz Allen & Hamilton in the Energy Practice, working on a variety of gas & power assignments. Mr. Bensaude started his career in energy as a trader of middle distillates for Total and previously served as the representative for the French bank, Société Générale, in Canton, PR of China. He held the position of Vice-Chairman of the European Federation of Energy Traders Gas Committee while at EDF Trading. He holds an MBA from ESSEC, business school in France, and studied Mandarin at Paris 7 Jussieu.
Peter KeaveyManaging Director, Global Head of EnergyCME Group
Justin Bird is president of Sempra LNG. In this role, he is responsible for the marketing and commercial development of Sempra’s five LNG projects. Bird led the continued development of the LNG projects in his prior position as chief development officer for Sempra North American Infrastructure. He also serves on the board of directors for IEnova, Sempra Energy’s subsidiary in Mexico.
Matthew (Matt) Schatzman is President and CEO of NextDecade Corporation (NASDAQ: NEXT), a liquefied natural gas company focused on LNG export projects and associated pipelines in the State of Texas. NextDecade intends to develop a portfolio of LNG projects, including the 27 mtpa Rio Grande LNG export facility in Brownsville, Texas and the 4.5 Bcf/d Rio Bravo Pipeline that would transport natural gas from the Agua Dulce supply area to Rio Grande LNG.
As President and CEO, Schatzman is responsible for advancing the core business priorities of NextDecade, building critical organizational infrastructure and driving commercial delivery as the Company evolves from the development phases of its Rio Grande LNG and Rio Bravo Pipeline projects and into construction and operations.
Schatzman joined NextDecade in September 2017 with nearly 30 years’ experience in the energy industry, including in senior executive roles with BG Group and Dynegy. Schatzman’s unique contributions to the transformative growth of BG Group’s global LNG business as well as his recognized expertise as a strategic thinker with a keen execution focus makes him uniquely suited to steer NextDecade through to its final investment decision. In addition to managing an international portfolio of LNG, shipping and commodity trading positions, Schatzman’s expertise extends to hedging, risk management and process improvement across a diverse portfolio of development and operating assets.
Schatzman graduated from Yale University with a BA in Political Science and has been an active member of several energy industry boards and associations.
Mr Darshan Hiranandani leads H-Energy – the energy venture of the Hiranandani Group – one of India’s largest residential developers. He holds a Masters degree with a major in Entrepreneurship and Finance from the Rochester Institute of Technology, USA. Under his able leadership the Company has ventured into LNG regas terminals and natural gas pipeline projects in India. The Company also plans to develop an LNG liquefaction project and crude oil infrastructure in Canada.
Mr Darshan started his professional career pioneering the development of 23 Marina, a 90 storey, 400m residential tower in Dubai – the world’s 3rd largest residential tower – which generated more than US$250 Million in revenues. As part of the Board of Directors of the Hiranandani Group, Mr Darshan’s achievements also include the establishment of the Dr. L.H. Hiranandani Hospital, which won the coveted Ramakrishna Bajaj Award for the best hospital in India.
Andrew SeckVice President, LNG Marketing and ShippingMozambique LNG
Vice President, LNG Marketing and Shipping
Dr. Seck joined Anadarko as Vice President, LNG Marketing and Shipping in November 2016. He has more than 25 years of experience working in the international oil and natural gas industry and began his career as a wireline engineer working for Schlumberger. Following his doctoral studies, he spent eight years in Russia with Shell including an assignment with Sakhalin Energy Investment Company where he marketed the first sales of Russian LNG into Asia/Pacific. Following a corporate planning assignment with Shell in Houston, he joined Qatargas Operating Company Ltd. where he worked for almost six years as Assistant Director, LNG Marketing, East of Suez, with the responsibility for maintaining and growing Qatargas’ LNG sales portfolio throughout the Asia-Pacific region. At the beginning of 2015, he joined Uniper Global Commodities SE as Regional Head of LNG, Asia based in Singapore.
Dr. Seck holds a Ph.D. from the Centre for Energy, Petroleum and Mineral Law and Policy, University of Dundee, Scotland and a Bachelor of Science in geological engineering from Queen’s University, Canada.
Tom EarlChief Commercial OfficerVenture Global LNG
Chief Commercial Officer
Venture Global LNG
Tom Earl is the Chief Commercial Officer of VG LNG Marketing, LLC. Tom previously served as Vice President at the international oil company Total, focusing on the development of its global LNG business.
After graduating from City University in London with a degree in Engineering, Tom joined Total’s newly formed gas marketing and trading team in 1998. After various responsibilities within the trading division of the newly combined Total, Elf and Petrofina operations, he managed the natural gas option desk and gas trading desk. Tom successfully led significant commercial negotiations on long-term gas and LNG contracts in countries such as Russia, Norway and Qatar.
In 2006, Tom was appointed Head of Electricity Trading at Total where he led a significant expansion into newly opened power markets across Europe. In 2011, Tom moved to Houston, where he was appointed as head of Total’s North America commodity trading business, including its LNG, gas, power, coal, petcoke and LPG operations. Tom also represented Total in its US LNG liquefaction transactions from 2012 to 2015.
In 2015, Tom was appointed Vice President of Development for Total’s global LNG activities. Tom led Total’s most recent and highly regarded global expansion into new LNG markets. This work has included innovative new LNG terminal projects and new downstream asset transactions across the world.
Engineering Group. He holds a PhD and DIC in Chemical Engineering from Imperial College of Science, Technology and Medicine, London (UK), a BSc in Chemical Engineering from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (USA) and has extensive experience in project execution and management of technology in the process manufacturing industries. He has been a Member of the Board of the Natural Gas Public Company (DEFA) since 2014 and was appointed as Chairman in March 2017.
In 1991 Kees van Seventer (1966) started his career at one of Royal Vopak predecessors, Royal Pakhoed
Since 2005 member of the Strategic Committee of Royal VopakFrom 2011 till 2017, as Group Commercial President, responsible for Vopak’s worldwide sales, marketing, product strategies, M&A and business development for oil, chemicals, gasses and vegoil
From 2015 till today, as President Vopak LNG, P&L responsible for all LNG activities of Vopak. This includes the joint ventures for land based lng terminals with Enagas in Altamira (Mexico) and with Gasunie in Rotterdam (The Netherlands), as well as Vopak’s worldwide projects and endeavours to develop more LNG land based and floating infrastructure with access to deep water.
Christophe Malet is Senior Vice President Upstream LNG at Hanas, a growing Chinese independent energy company focusing on Renewables and LNG, and Managing Director of Hanas LNG Pte. Ltd., Hanas’s Singapore-based entity dealing with LNG procurement and trading, and the development of the company’s LNG business outside China.
Christophe's experience in the LNG Industry over the last 13 years with Hanas, Yamal LNG, Excelerate Energy and Shell covers LNG business development, short-term trading and long-term LNG marketing.
With an engineering degree and a MBA as academic background, he has over 20 years of commercial experience
Javier is currently Global Head of LNG at RWE Supply and Trading, one of Europe’s leading trading houses. He has more than 15 years of experience in the LNG industry. Prior to joining RWE Supply and Trading in June 2012, he was in the role of Director of LNG Origination at Bank of America Merrill Lynch. He has also held roles in LNG at Repsol and Gas Natural Fenosa, from trading and origination to shipping and business development. He has studied at the IE Business School, Energy Institute of Repsol and Spanish Maritime Institute.
Philippe Berterottiere, is a graduate of the H.E.C. Business School and of the IEP Political Studies Institute. He occupied several senior positions in the aerospace industry before joining GTT in 2009 as Chairman and CEO.
Steven Miles serves as Baker Botts’ Energy Sector Chair and heads the firm’s 50+ lawyer worldwide LNG Practice. His practice focuses on the energy sector in the United States and internationally, particularly in the liquefied natural gas (LNG), natural gas, electric power and renewable energy industries. Mr. Miles has worked on over 100 major LNG transactions worldwide, including having assisted clients in launching such leading-edge projects as the first new LNG export project in North America in 40 years (Cheniere's Sabine Pass LNG project), the first LNG project in South America, one of the first floating regasification terminals and the first LNG imports into new terminals in Brazil, China, India, the E.U., the U.S. and several other countries. He and his team have each consistently received the highest ranking (Tier 1) for LNG Projects by ChambersUSA. Among other industry leading roles, Steven has served as a member of the Board of Directors of the Association of International Petroleum Negotiators (AIPN), as well as Co-Chair of the 200 member AIPN LNG Committee, which published a Model LNG Master Sales Agreement for use by the LNG industry. Steven serves as member of the Program Committee for LNG 19 (the triennial LNG conference to be held in Shanghai in 2019), and did so for LNG 18 (Perth, 2016) and LNG 17 (Houston, 2013).
Mr. Christopher Goncalves, Chair and Managing Director of BRG’s Energy Practice, has over 25 years of experience in the energy and financial industries, spanning over 40 countries worldwide. He has advised energy sector clients on business strategies, transactions, and dispute resolution matters involving market, commercial, financial, and regulatory issues for natural gas and LNG, oil and petroleum products, conventional electricity generation, and renewable energy. He has broad experience with industry, economic, and damages analysis and testimony for commercial and investment disputes before international arbitration panels and federal courts.
Waleed ElgoharySenior Principal, Energy & ResourcesCanada Pension Plan Investment Board
Senior Principal, Energy & Resources
Canada Pension Plan Investment Board
Rod DukeChief Executive OfficerGLNG Operations Pty Ltd
Chief Executive Officer
GLNG Operations Pty Ltd
Rod Duke leads the incorporated operating company for the Gladstone LNG project. The US$18.5 billion GLNG project converts coal seam gas resources into liquefied natural gas for export under 20-year sales contracts to Malaysia and Korea. Rod successfully delivered the project execution, commissioning and startup of 420 kilometre long gas transmission pipeline and the 2 train LNG liquefaction plant on Curtis Island. He has overall responsibility for ongoing plant & pipeline operations, commercial, LNG marketing and production planning for GLNG.
With a nameplate capacity of 7.8 million tonnes per annum, GLNG is one of Australia’s largest resource projects, employing around 14,000 people at peak construction and more than 1,000 during ongoing operations. First LNG was produced in September 2015, safely, on schedule and within budget. The second train commenced LNG production as planned in May 2016.
Rod has extensive global experience with more than 33 years in the upstream natural gas and LNG industry. With Woodside from 1984 onwards he worked on construction, commissioning and operations of the first LNG trains in Australia at the North West Shelf; offshore on North Rankin platform well completions and production operations; and then on module construction, installation, hookup, commissioning and operations for the Goodwyn platform. He went on to market natural gas to industrial customers in Western Australia; negotiate large LNG sales contracts with buyers in Japan, Korea and China; develop new LNG business in the USA, Mexico, Chile and Thailand; and to make LNG spot trading deals.
In 2007, Rod moved to Singapore where he led its government project to develop that country’s LNG import industry and built its first regasification terminal. And after initially working for Santos from 1996 to 1998 as head of its South West Queensland onshore gas project at Ballera in central Australia, Rod finally returned to Brisbane in early 2013 to take up his present role.
Rod’s qualifications include an Honours Degree in Chemical Engineering from the University of Queensland and a Graduate Diploma of Business Management from Deakin University. He is a Director of the Queensland Resources Council, and a member of the CSG-LNG Industry Leadership Group.
James HendersonDirector, Natural Gas ProgrammeOxford Institute for Energy Studies
Director, Natural Gas Programme
Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Dr James Henderson is Director of the Natural Gas Programme at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES), having taken over from Howard Rogers in 2016, and he has been writing for and working with the Institute since 2010. He produces research for both the Gas and Oil Programmes covering Russia and CIS issues as well as global energy matters that affect the region. He is a Visiting Professor at Masaryk University in the Czech Republic and has lectured on energy economics and security of supply at a number of universities in Europe and the US. He has worked in the oil sector for US company Amerada Hess, as well as spending time as a consultant and investment banker. He obtained a PhD in Social Sciences from London University in 2010. With OIES he initially published a monograph on “Non-Gazprom Gas Producers in Russia” before contributing numerous working papers on the Russia oil and gas sectors and their connection with the global energy economy. In particular he co-edited the 2014 book entitled “The Russian Gas Matrix: How Markets are Driving Change” and has more recently published papers on the future of Russian oil production, tight oil in Russia, Arctic oil, East Siberia’s hydrocarbon export potential, Russia’s gas export strategy, Russian LNG and Russia’s energy relations with China. He has also published a book on “International Partnership in Russia” (Palgrave Macmillan) and is currently writing a book on the history of Rosneft for Columbia University Press.
Debbie is currently the Director LNG to Simpson, Spence and Young, one of the largest privately owned shipbroking firms in the world.
She has over 30 years of LNG and LPG experience and began her career with Burbank Marine, which became part of the Braemar Seascope group in 1999. She established the current LNG desk at Braemar which has grown in stature and worked closely with the successful technical arm of the company, Braemar Engineering (formerly Wavespec).
In her current job, Debbie is responsible for the all aspects of the industry with her prime focus on consulting work and aiding the broking team with their long term strategy, together with day to day chartering business. She also works in close co-operation with the highly reputable SSY Research team.
Since 2005 Pat has been the Managing Director of LNG Worldwide Ltd, a consulting company offering advice, support and training in all areas of the LNG commercial supply chain. Previous to that Pat has 24 years of experience with the Shell Group of companies both in oil and natural gas. Her direct experience in LNG is in the area of developing and implementing LNG strategies for new market entrants and companies seeking to strengthen partnerships with LNG producers. This includes working in all commercial areas across the LNG value chain. Her work has included working with governments, NOCs, IOCs and utilities and she has advised on structuring and optimising LNG supply portfolios. Coupled with her commercial experience is also a strong grounding in fundamental market analysis and strategic planning.
David Ledesma is an independent gas and LNG consultant with 20 years’ LNG experience gained through the development of LNG projects in Asia and the Middle East. David provides commercial, financing and strategic support to national and international energy companies globally. He also gives commercial training courses on LNG in the UK and overseas, writes on gas and LNG and presents regularly at conferences. David was appointed a non-executive Director of Pavilion Energy in 2013, a member of the Energy Advisory Committee of JERA in August 2017 and is also a Senior Fellow of the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and co-editor of the OIES book “LNG IN Transition: The Great Reconfiguration” that was published in September 2016.
Andy Flower has been working as an Independent Consultant since May 2001 specialising in the LNG business where his areas of expertise include; strategy, marketing, project structures, shipping, pricing, supply and demand and project economics. He retired from BP in 2001 after thirty two years of service, including twenty two years working in the company’s LNG and natural gas business units where he managed BP’s interests in LNG projects in Abu Dhabi, Nigeria, Australia and Qatar and negotiated LNG sales and purchase agreements with buyers in Asia, Europe and the USA.
Martin LambertSenior Research FellowThe Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Senior Research Fellow
The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies
Martin Lambert is a Senior Research Fellow at the Oxford Institute for Energy Studies. Within the Natural Gas Research Programme at the Institute, he leads their work on biomethane and other renewable gas. Since leaving Shell in 2016, in addition to his work with the Institute, Martin works as an independent consultant specialising in the international gas and LNG business.
Martin’s 34 year career with Shell included several senior leadership positions in the gas, LNG and biofuels businesses. He spent around half his career overseas, including assignments in Germany, Japan and the Philippines. From 2011 to 2015 he was seconded to North West Shelf Australia LNG as Senior Vice President Marketing.
Martin holds an MA in economics and engineering from the University of Cambridge in the UK.
Chris has been with Gas Strategies for 18 years and has built up Gas Strategies’ energy transaction advisory business over the last ten years. Chris has a very wide experience of the gas and LNG business covering: project development, commercial structuring and contracts, market and commercial due diligence assessments, LNG procurement, capacity sales and financings. More recently Chris has been leading Gas Strategies thinking on decarbonisation and working with clients to assess the impact of the energy transition on their businesses
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