Mark Gyetvay

PAO NOVATEK

Chief Financial Officer & Deputy Chairman of the Management Board

Mark Gyetvay is the CFO and Deputy Chairman of the Management Board at NOVATEK. From 2003 to 2014, he was a member of NOVATEK’s Board of Directors and served as the Chairman on the Strategy and Investment Committee. He was responsible for listing NOVATEK on the London Stock Exchange in 2005 and has led many of the Company’s Eurobond and domestic bond placements. He has been consistently recognized by Investor Relations Magazine as one of the best CFO’s in Russia and the CIS by winning numerous awards and accolades and was recognized twice by Institutional Investor magazine as one of the Top Five CFO’s in Europe’s Oil and Gas sector. Mr. Gyetvay is the recipient of the Finance Monthly 2015 - 2020 “Best CFO – Russia”, “Game Changer Award – Russia ” 2017 and 2108, the Institutional Investor’s “Best CFO” in the EMEA oil and gas industry for 2017, and Extel’s award as “Best CFO For IR – Oil and gas” for 2019 and 2020. Prior to joining NOVATEK, he worked at a number of independent oil and gas companies in the United States since 1981 where he specialized in financial and economic analysis matters in both the upstream and downstream segments, as well as was a former partner in PWC’s Petroleum practice based in Moscow from 1995 to 2003. He is an internationally recognized expert in the oil and gas industry and a frequent speaker at leading industry conferences.

SESSIONS WITH Mark Gyetvay

Wednesday, 3 March

  • 11:00am - 11:30am (CST) / 03/mar/2021 05:00 pm - 03/mar/2021 05:30 pm

    Plenary

    Innovation & the Future of LNG

    Panel Markets/Economics/Strategy Innovation & Technology Gas & LNG

    The LNG business is projected to grow strongly over the next decade and beyond. To do so, the industry is already innovating both its commercial models and its technological solutions. The commercial model is experimenting with new contract structures and a variety of pricing mechanisms to align producers, intermediaries, and buyers. Technological innovation is leading to many new approaches, including new ways of building LNG plants, new ways of procuring equipment, and new transit routes. A rising ESG focus and the quest to minimize emissions through the value chain is a further catalyst for change.