WASHINGTON, Sept. 28, 2021 /PRNewswire/ -- The premier energy event of the year, the North American Gas Forum (NAGF), returns in 2021 as a live and hybrid event showcasing industry innovators and disruptors. The yearly event hosted by Energy Dialogues, LLC brings together the leading energy experts to discuss pressing issues impacting the energy industry.
The North American Gas Forum (NAGF) is a yearly event hosted by Energy Dialogues, LLC, a networking facilitator for the global energy sector, that brings together experts, innovators, and disruptors in the energy sector to discuss hot-button issues. Over the years, the NAGF has established itself as the premier event for the natural gas industry, attracting the top thought leaders in the industry and providing an opportunity to network, participate in roundtable discussions, get cutting-edge insights directly from those individuals leading change in the energy market.
NAGF speaker and supporter, John Davies, said, "This is the place to have substantial discussions and meet the industry thought leaders. Those who attend once, don't miss future events." Davies is the CEO and Chairman of Davies Public Affairs and an active player in the natural gas sector.
The theme of this year's NAGF is "Natural Gas Redefined in the Age of Energy Transition" and looks to answer the overarching question: Can natural gas deliver low-carbon solutions and universal energy access in a timely manner?
"We are keenly aware that the natural gas industry is facing a variety of challenges. However, we also believe wholeheartedly in the resilience and importance of the industry. We created NAGF as an event to bring together industry innovators to continue the dialogue needed to move the industry forward," said Monika Simoes, Founder & Managing Director at Energy Dialogues, LLC.
The 2021 NAGF speaker line up includes: Scott W. Tinker, Director, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin Octávio M. C. Simões, President & CEO, Tellurian Jill Evanko, CEO and President, Chart Industries Matthew Picardi, Vice President of Regulatory Affairs, Shell Energy North America Christopher Smith, Senior Vice President, Policy, Government, and Public Affairs, Cheniere John Davies, CEO & Chairman, Davies Public Affairs Amy Cradic, SVP and COO Non-Utility Businesses, Strategy and External Affairs, New Jersey Resources James Mackey, Managing Director, Project Capital, OGCI Climate Investments Pablo Koziner, President, Energy and Commercial, Nikola Motor Company Jeff Hammad, Chief Commercial Officer, Golden Pass LNG Greg Bertelsen, CEO, Climate Leadership Council Naomi Boness, Managing Director, Stanford Natural Gas Initiative
Other topics on the agenda for the 2021 NAGF include: Natural Gas and Its Role in Decarbonization, What Framework Needs to Be in Place for a Carbon Price to Make the Desired Impact, Natural Gas and Washington DC – Certainty and Reliability of Decision to Enable Infrastructure Investments, The Interplay of Natural Gas and a Future Hydrogen Economy, and more. Those interested in learning more about what topics will be discussed during the forum can view the NAGF 2021 agenda.
The NAGF is being held in Washington D.C. at the Hilton Washington DC, National Mall from November 8th through the 10th. Registration is still open but spots are limited due to facility capacity requirements. Attendees that cannot attend in person are encouraged to sign-up for a virtual pass and all attendees will receive exclusive access post-event, on-demand to keynotes, workshops, panels, and more. Those interested can view what past attendees have said about the NAGF event.
About NAGF: For over ten years, the North American Gas Forum has been bringing together top industry leaders from across the entire value chain. The yearly forum promotes strategic networking, the formation of solutions and commercial opportunities.
About Energy Dialogues, LLC: Energy Dialogues, LLC is a top networking facilitator for the North American and global energy sectors and is committed to stimulating forward progress within the energy industry.