WCEE Lunch & Learn Series presents
Why is Now a Good Time for Small Scale LNG?
~ featuring ~
Joanna Martin Ziegenfuss,
Associate Director, Energy, Berkeley Research Group
The small scale LNG (liquefied natural gas) market promotes LNG as a fuel displacing diesel and heavy fuel oil in transportation and high horse power applications. Natural gas is currently plentiful, more environmentally friendly and until the price of oil crashed, it was much cheaper than diesel. With the price differential between oil and LNG sending mixed signals to the market, is the time right to look at Small Scale LNG and if so where are the opportunities?
Join WCEE as we discuss the current drivers, status and opportunities of this nascent fuel market.
Date: Monday, November 7th, 2016
Time: 12:00 noon to 1:30 pm
Venue: Berkeley Research Group LLC, 1800 M St NW, 2nd Floor, WDC 20036
Cost: $0 (WCEE members); $15 (non-WCEE members).
Closest Metro stations: Farragut West; Farragut North; Dupont Circle (South exit)
Contact: Roxolana Kashuba (email@example.com)
This is a Lunch & Learn event (i.e. brown-bag); please feel free to bring your own lunch.
WCEE is grateful to
Berkeley Research Group LLC
for use of its conference facilities.
About our speaker
Joanna Martin Ziegenfuss, an associate director with the Berkeley Research Group, in Washington, DC, is an international expert in small scale LNG with over 12 years of experience in the oil and gas industry. She has advised oil majors, project developers, private equity firms and financial institutions targeting emerging market opportunities to develop feasibility studies, business strategies and project due diligences. She has broad industry experience in oil and gas upstream and downstream developments which is underpinned by a robust environmental background gained in her earlier career as an environmental specialist and advisor to international oil companies.