Gastalk Webinar March | Special focus on Canada

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Listen to our expert review of the gas & LNG market, with a special focus on Canada.

The global gas and LNG industry is continuously evolving, which is why the Gastalk webinar series provides a monthly expert review of the gas and LNG market. Covering the latest news of a specific region of the world each month, Gastalk interacts with different regional audiences to ensure everyone can participate live.

Ahead of the 2018 Canada Gas & LNG Exhibition and Conference, our presenter Susan Sakmar, recognised Author and Law Professor will host a special edition of Gastalk and will be joined by Dulles Wang, Research Director, Americas Gas Research at Wood Mackenzie as well as two guest speakers to fully explore the current market dynamics in the Canadian natural gas and LNG industry - Sarah M. Jordaan, Assistant Professor of Energy, Resources & Environment at Johns Hopkins University and Greg Vesey, President at Bear Head LNG. By tuning in you'll:

  • Hear our speakers discuss the latest gas & LNG developments in Canada
  • Gain new perspectives on what Canada must do to compete globally
  • Understand more on potential life cycle greenhouse gas benefits of LNG export for power
  • Discover the latest updates on Bear Head LNG, a key project in the region
  • Be able to participate and ask the questions you want answered


If you can't join Gastalk March live, please sign up anyway and you'll receive the recording of the webinar about 24 hours after.

The Gastalk Webinar changes Time Zone each month so be sure to follow us monthly to register.

Featured Speakers

Susan L. Sakmar's picture
Susan L. Sakmar, Independent consultant, author and adjunct law professor, University of Houston Law Center
Dulles Wang's picture
Dulles Wang, Research Director, Americas Gas Research, Wood Mackenzie
Greg Vesey's picture
Greg Vesey, President, Bear Head LNG
Sarah Marie Jordaan's picture
Sarah Marie Jordaan, Assistant Professor of Energy, Resources & Environment, Johns Hopkins University
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