WHY ATTEND THE NEW YORK ENERGY DIALOGUES?
Don't miss the dialogue: join our high-level conversation on European and U.S. short and mid-term energy security strategies with the people tasked with making it happen.
WHAT WILL WE DISCUSS AT NEW YORK ENERGY DIALOGUES?
Implementation of ESG road maps
Gain unique perspectives on energy transition goals from policymakers and industry experts. Join the discussion and find out how they’re addressing the challenge of balancing energy security with sustainability.
European and U.S. short and mid-term energy security strategies
Immerse yourself in a high-level conversation with energy industry leaders and learn about the latest European and U.S. short and mid-term energy security strategies. This is a unique opportunity to discover key insights and perspectives from some of the most knowledgeable experts in the field.
The role LNG will play in energy security conversations
Take part in an exchange of views on the role of LNG in ensuring mid to long-term energy continuity in Europe. Hear from industry leaders and gain a deeper understanding of the challenges and opportunities that lie ahead.
WHERE ARE WE MEETING?
Join us at SECOND in New York City on May 11, 2023. SECOND is an incredible event space in the heart of the city.
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WHO IS SPEAKING?
Our speaker lineup boasts policymakers and energy executives. in both the U.S. and E.U.
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For a multitude of well-known factors, 2022 was a record year for LNG exports from the U.S. to European countries. The U.S. exported an approximate 81.2mt in 2022, which would equal the exporting level of Qatar — the number 1 unmatched exporter of LNG in the world since last year.
While many across Europe voice concerns about the impact of LNG on the green transition plans of the Old Continent, LNG imports aren’t likely to stop and various European players have sealed long-term agreements to secure the required gas resources for their domestic markets.
Curiously, this trend could positively affect the GHG emission reduction plans of both Europe and the U.S. In fact, while Europe has diverted from high-emitting Russian piped gas, the IRA in the U.S. has been pushing a wave of investments in renewable resources, which should in turn increase the dependency on natural gas as a backup source.
The intricacy of these dynamics calls for a gathering of experts in transatlantic relationships, energy security and policy-making strategy. On May 11, 2023, the New York Energy Dialogues will offer a unique platform for a high-level conversation on European and U.S. short and mid-term energy security strategies, enabling an exchange of views on the future of natural gas and LNG in a lower carbon world.
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Energy Dialogues was a unique opportunity to hear perspectives on the energy transition from a diverse group of experts.
– Ryan Edwards, Senior Carbon Management Policy Advisor, Oxy Low Carbon Ventures
Thoughtful and collaborative discussions about the state of energy today and more importantly tomorrow.
– Pamela Roth, Vice President Government Relations, EOG Resources
Every attendee left the conference more informed, more likely to see energy issues from a number of points of view, making them better at what they do.
– John Davies, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman, Davies Public Affairs
The NAGF continues to be one of the best conferences I attend. It combines policy, market issues and attracts an audience who is focused on moving the needles for our industry.
– Charlie Riedl, Executive Director, CLNG
NAGF was a crash course on the natural gas industry’s vision for a sustainable and low carbon future.
– Moji Karimi, Co-Founder and CEO, Cemvita Factory