Meg Gentle is President and Chief Executive Officer of Tellurian Inc. She previously served as Executive Vice President, Marketing, at Cheniere Energy, Inc. Prior to that, she served as Senior Vice President, Marketing; Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer; Senior Vice President, Strategic Planning and Finance; Vice President of Strategic Planning; and Manager of Strategic Planning for Cheniere. Before joining Cheniere, Ms. Gentle spent eight years in energy market development, economic evaluation, and long-range planning.

With Chemical Engineering as the major in university, Jane Liao continued her education and received MSc degree from National Tsing-hua University, Taiwan followed by another Master Degree in Laws from CEPMLP, University of Dundee, UK.

Jane Liao started her career as a chemist at Exploration & Development Research Institute of CPC. Since 1997, she has been in charge of LNG/NG business for two decades. In February, 2017, she was appointed as the CEO of Natural Gas Business of CPC Corporation, Taiwan.

As a Board Member for the Institute and Director in Charge of the Energy Data and Modelling Center, she is responsible for quantitative and qualitative analyses on energy policy issues. In the aftermath of the tsunami and nuclear incident, her team’s analyses and recommendations contributed greatly to the electricity saving campaign and continue to this day to contribute to the debate regarding a national energy mix for Japan. She has been serving as a member of various government councils and committees in the fields of energy and science & technologies.

Momoyo Yuki was born in Tokyo, graduated from Keio University with Bachelor degree of Economics. After graduation, she joined Hitachi, Ltd. International sales division of power systems. She has worked in United States (NY) and Canada (Calgary) as sales manager and traveled 40+ countries for power business. In 2003, she has moved to join Shell Japan, Ltd. to support power project development in Japan. Then she was also involved in LNG business such as Sakhalin II, Brunei LNG and LNG trading. In 2014, she has moved to join Japan Petroleum Exploration Co., Ltd.

Maarten Wetselaar is Integrated Gas & New Energies Director and a member of the Executive Committee of Royal Dutch Shell. He is responsible for Shell’s Integrated Gas business, including the industry-leading liquefied natural gas and gas-to-liquids positions. He also leads the New Energies business, including Shell’s investments in new fuels, new energy carriers and new business models for a low-carbon future.

Ms. Spomer joined Jordan Cove LNG as President and Chief Executive Officer on November 3, 2014. She has over 30 years of experience in the energy industry, having the majority of her career in the LNG industry. Ms. Spomer has extensive experience in commercial activities and developing new growth opportunities. Prior to joining Jordan Cove LNG, Ms. Spomer was Senior Vice President, Global Business Development with BG Group PLC. Ms. Spomer has also held senior leadership positions with BP and Amoco. Over Ms.

Al Walker is Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Anadarko Petroleum Corporation. He joined Anadarko in 2005 as Senior Vice President and Chief Financial Officer, later serving as President and Chief Operating Officer. Prior to joining Anadarko, he worked in the oil and natural gas industry, investment and commercial banking and as an institutional investor.

Martin Houston is a Director and Vice Chairman of Tellurian Inc. Before founding Tellurian, Mr. Houston spent more than 30 years at BG Group plc, and retired in February 2014 as the Group’s Chief Operating Officer and Executive Director. From 2008 to 2014, he was the Vice President for the Americas of the International Group of Liquefied Natural Gas Importers.

Ms. Kathleen Eisbrenner is Chairman and CEO of NextDecade, LLC, a company positioned to create innovative opportunities in the global integrated natural gas industry. NextDecade brings together a team of industry-leading partners to develop land-based and floating LNG projects around the world.

Akira Kono is currently a corporate officer at the NYK Line headquarters in Tokyo. He joined NYK Line in 1984 and has since worked in a number of the company’s shipping divisions in Tokyo, Osaka, Hamburg, New York, and London. In 2006, he was assigned as manager of NYK’s LNG Division, where he was responsible for the company’s LNG business in the Atlantic and Pacific markets. In 2009, he became managing director of NYK LNG (Atlantic) Ltd. in London. And in 2012, he was appointed senior general manager of NYK Line, rising to his current position of corporate officer in 2015.

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