Mohit Singh

Chesapeake Energy

Executive Vice President & Chief Financial Officer

Mohit Singh was appointed Executive Vice President and Chief Financial Officer in December 2021. For the last six years, Mr. Singh has served on the executive leadership team at BPX Energy, the United States onshore subsidiary of BP. He most recently led the M&A, corporate land and reserves functions, having previously served as Head of Business Development and Exploration and as Senior Vice President – North Business Unit. Prior to joining BPX, Mr. Singh worked as an investment banker focused on oil and gas transactions for RBC Capital Markets and Goldman Sachs. A chemical engineer by training, he began his career at Shell Exploration & Production Company where he held business planning, reservoir engineering and research engineering roles of increasing importance. Mr. Singh earned a PhD in Chemical Engineering from the University of Houston, an MBA from the University of Texas and a BTech in Chemical Engineering from the Indian Institute of Technology.

Sessions With Mohit Singh

Wednesday, 9 March

  • 12:00pm - 12:50pm (CST) / 09/mar/2022 06:00 pm - 09/mar/2022 06:50 pm

    North American Gas Market Outlook: More volatility ahead?

    Panel Gas & LNG

    Natural gas prices in North America were on a roller-coaster ride in 2021 as winter storm Uri, surging demand coupled with lagging production, and concerns over winter 2021–22 supplies jostled the market. Pressure is mounting in North America to accelerate the energy transition away from fossil fuels. Some state and local governments are pushing initiatives to move away from natural gas for end uses such as space and water heating. In other regions, state governments have passed legislation prohibiting municipalities from banning natural gas use. Is natural gas still the largest source of electricity generation? Will homes and businesses move away from gas furnaces in favor of electrification? Will hydrogen and renewable natural gas make significant market inroads? How will E&P companies adapt to the changing landscape? How do these trends shape the natural gas market and do they increase or decrease volatility during the decade ahead?