The North American natural gas market has evolved since the early shale era as interstate pipeline infrastructure development has ground to a halt and E&P companies have adapted to the New Shale Paradigm. Interest in U.S. LNG exports rebounded substantially in 2022 as contracting momentum accelerated and additional projects took final investment decision on the back of high global gas prices. The Inflation Reduction Act, the first significant U.S. energy legislation in many decades, is expected to reshape electricity markets with reverberations back to the natural gas market. How will the confluence of these events shape the U.S. natural gas market? Can supply grow to meet potential stronger levels of LNG exports? Will the pipeline infrastructure be there to connect growing supply to demand? How quickly will investment in new wind and solar generating capacity impact gas demand for power generation?
Program Type: Executive Conference
Session Theme: Competitive Landscape, Technology and Innovation