The liquefied natural gas (LNG) trade has increased significantly over the last 20 years, with a growing diversity of consumers and suppliers driving structural changes in the marketplace. Then Covid-19 happened, triggering massive uncertainties across all energy value chains and stoking significant interest in accelerating energy transitions through green stimulus, especially in the world’s developed economies. What does this mean for the future of LNG? In the energy world of 2020, dominated by dire headlines, are there bright spots? What will drive the LNG market beyond 2020? At this virtual armchair session, Meg Gentle, president and CEO of Tellurian, Inc., and Ken Medlock, Center for Energy Studies Senior Director, discussed the future prospects for LNG.
1:00 p.m. — Presentation
1:30 p.m. — Q&A
Meg Gentle is the president and CEO of Tellurian. She previously served as executive vice president-marketing at Cheniere Energy, Inc. In addition, she served as senior vice president-marketing, senior vice president and chief financial officer, senior vice president-strategic planning & finance, vice president of strategic planning, and manager of strategic planning for Cheniere. Before Cheniere, Meg spent eight years in energy market development, economic evaluation and long-range planning. She conducted international business development and strategic planning for Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, and energy market analysis for Pace Global Energy Services. Meg received a B.A. in Economics and International Affairs from James Madison University in May 1996 and an M.B.A. from Rice University in May 2004.
Kenneth B. Medlock III, Ph.D.
James A. Baker, III, and Susan G. Baker Fellow in Energy and Resource Economics; Senior Director, Center for Energy Studies, Baker Institute
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