"According to presentations made at the Baker Institute-Carnegie Endowment 2005 conference, Russia must jumpstart stalled energy-sector reforms and make new investments to realize the potential of its huge gas reserves."
-- Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
Conference speakers include William Burns, U.S. ambassador to the Russian Federation; Edward P. Djerejian, founding director of the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy; and Jessica Matthews, president of the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace. Other conference attendees include senior Russian industry figures, government officials, international energy specialists and U.S. petroleum industry representatives.
This event was sponsored by Baker Botts L.L.P. and Chevron Corporation.
"Russia's Strategic Role in International Gas Markets"
Larry Robison, General Manager, Chevron Global Gas
"Kovykta Project Development"
Harry Griffith, Deputy General Director, OJSC RUSIA Petroleum
"The Future of Russian Gas"
Steven O'Sullivan, Co-head of Research, UFG