Event Date/Time: Sep 24, 2001
End Date/Time: Sep 25, 2001
Gas demand has increased dramatically in the last few years, driven primarily by development of gas-fired electric generation. At the same time, production has lagged, not enough new infrastructure has been developed to transmit gas to the load growth -- and prices have spiked. Attend CBI's North American Gas Supply Symposium, September 24-25, 2001 in Houston, TX. Gain insights from leaders in North American energy including: BP America, Inc. * Columbia Gas Transmission Con Edison Company of New York * Dominion Transmission Duke-Energy Gas Transmission * Enron North America Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) * Gas Technology Institute Interstate Natural Gas Association * Mirant New York, Inc. New York Department of Public Service * Southern California Gas Company TransCanada Pipelines * Williams Gas Pipeline * Williams LNG On resolving key problems the industry faces, including: · Increasing supply - Expectations from Western Canada, the Maritimes, Gulf of Mexico, Mainland Mexico and Alaska · Building the right infrastructure in the right places to meet load growth · Financing new pipelines - Emerging trends · Streamlining the permitting process · Creating new market hubs to increase liquidity · Resolving conflicting demands between LDCs and generators resulting from the massive influx of gas-fired generation Plus -- Benefit from the experience of: Credit Suisse First Boston * Deloitte & Touche * Ecorp-The Energy Company * IBM Novistar * RDI Consulting * Ryder Scott Company Petroleum Consultants SAP America * Teknecon Energy Risk Advisors * Wellogix Hear 2 Case Studies -- LNG - The Transition from Peaking to Base Load Supplier Williams Cove Point LNG Terminal Storage - Market Hub Partners' Approach to Managing a Strategic Asset Duke-Energy Gas Transmission And - Choose from 2 Essential Pre-conference Workshops A - Managing Gas Price Volatility to Ensure Profitability B - Leveraging E-Business for Efficiencies and Profits.