John F. Hatley PE, Americas Vice President Ship Power for Wartsila North America, has over 30 years of combined marine experience spanning business development, project management of domestic and overseas vessel construction, owner’s

Guy Broggi joined Total in 1978 as an expert in geosciences for E&P activities after graduated from “Ecole des Mines” (Nancy, France). His first ten years at TOTAL were dedicated to exploration data treatment and economics modelling for E&P investments.
He was recently appointed Senior Advisor to the LNG Director in Paris Headquarters after having been in charge of the LNG Supply for the group (2006-2011).

Jason Bennett is a partner in the Global Projects Group at Baker Botts L.L.P. who concentrates on project development, oil and gas projects and transactions, project finance and international business transactions and investments. Mr. Bennett has extensive current experience with liquefied natural gas (LNG) projects, including assisting clients with the development, construction and launch of greenfield liquefaction projects and related upstream developments, regasification facility projects, LNG shipping matters and the structuring of LNG trading platforms and investments.

Dr. Andrew Walker is the Vice President for Strategy for Cheniere Marketing. He is located in London and is responsible for the Strategy and Market Outlook of the marketing arm of Cheniere, reporting into the President of Cheniere Marketing Ltd. Until recently (October 2015) he was Vice President for Global LNG, and prior to that Head of LNG Strategy, at BG Group.

Geoffroy HUREAU is Secretary General of CEDIGAZ. An international association dedicated to Natural Gas information, CEDIGAZ has been the industry's reference provider of fundamental gas data since its creation in 1961. Geoffroy is an Energy Economist, he  holds an engineering degree in geology and an MBA from the HEC School of Management in Paris. His fields of expertise include upstream oil & gas economy and worldwide hydrocarbon reserves.

Mr Darius Lim is Head of Strategic Relations and Head of Corporate Affairs of Pavilion Energy Pte Ltd, where he oversees the strategic management of key stakeholder relationships; as well as external and internal communications and management of the Pavilion Energy brand, respectively. Prior to joining Pavilion Energy, he was a Senior Director at the Singapore Ministry of Law. Mr Lim was also the Director of Public Affairs at the Ministry of Defence (MINDEF), where he was involved in developing communications strategies for MINDEF and the Singapore Armed Forces (SAF).

  •         Scott N. Ickes is Qatargas’ Manager of Business Support for the Commercial & Shipping Group. 
  •         Mr. Ickes joined Qatargas in 2013 as manager of the Americas Liaison Office in Houston, and transferred to Doha, Qatar, in 2014 to assume his current role.
  •         Mr. Ickes has over 30 years of downstream trading and marketing experience in the crude oil, refined products, natural gas, wholesale power and LNG sectors.
  •         He currently manages a menu of activities designed to support the marketing of Qatargas’ 42 mtpa of LNG production.

Daniel Purba, graduated from Petroleum Engineering in 1985, and master degree in Engineering Management in 1998. Starting his career in PT Pertamina (Persero), an Indonesian State Energy Company, in 1991 as market analyst for international oil trading. He was appointed as VP Marketing of PETRAL (Pertamina Energy Trading Limited)-based in Singapore in 2003.

Paco obtained a Master’s degree in Economics and Business Administration from Vrije Universiteit, Amsterdam, The Netherlands, in 2000. His career has spanned from Finance, Economics, Energy Trading and Risk Management to LNG Marketing. In 2006 he joined Qatargas were he has held various roles before being appointed as Assistant Marketing Director in 2008. He is responsible for the preparation of LNG marketing strategies, plans and outlooks on behalf of Qatargas 1, 2, 3 and 4. Paco is also an Executive Committee Member of the International Gas Union [IGU].

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