JOGMEC International Seminar 2019 - Gas Security -
We are pleased to inform you that JOGMEC International Seminar 2019 will be held on 27th of September, 2019. It is evident that the market structure and trends for liquefied natural gas (LNG) has been dramatically evolving, as we are expecting that the number of new participants in the market will increase at the current views where LNG demand is set to grow in Asian countries and the United States is reported to become the largest LNG exporter in five years. Japan greatly relies almost 40% of its power generation on imported LNG, and it is a significant theme for us to think of how to ensure gas supply security and stability under such market.
We would like to offer an opportunity for LNG industry delegates and participants worldwide to talk about Gas Security with remarkable speakers as follows.
September 27, 2019
September 11, 2019 -
September 24, 2019
27 September 2019, 1:30PM - 3:30PM
Reception is open from 1:00PM
Iino Hall, 1-1, Uchisaiwai-cho 2-Chome, Chiyoda-ku, Tokyo, JAPAN
Agenda（Time and Order is subject to change）
Presentation1：‘Global Gas Security Review 2019’
Mr. Keisuke SADAMORI, Director, Energy Markets and Security, International Energy Agency
Presentation2：‘Strategy behind Total’s expanding LNG portfolio’
Mr. Philip OLIVIER, Senior Vice President, LNG Business Unit, Total S.A.
Presentation3：‘The second wave of North American shale gas’
Mr. Lucian PUGLIARESI, President, the Energy Policy Research Foundation（EPRINC）
（We will have Q&A Session and translation services from Japanese to English, vice versa.）
- Mr. Keisuke SADAMORI
Keisuke SADAMORI took up his duties as Director of the Office for Energy Markets and Security at the International Energy Agency in October 2012. Previously, he held the post of Deputy Director General for Policy Co-ordination at the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry (METI) in Japan. He had been involved with the IEA for a number of years as IEA Governing Board Representative for Japan and as Co-Chair of the Standing Group on Long Term Co-operation. Over the years, Mr. SADAMORI has served in the Cabinet of the Prime Minister of Japan and has co-ordinated numerous important projects, including work following the Fukushima-Daiichi accident in March 2011.
- Mr. Philip OLIVIER
Philip OLIVIER holds Electromechanical and Nuclear Engineering Degrees as well as Management Degrees from the University of Gent and INSEAD in Fontainebleau. He has over 30 years of experience in the electricity and gas industry. The first twelve years of his career he spent working for ELECTRABEL holding various positions in electricity and gas distribution operations.
In 1995, he joined SUEZ Energy International, contributing to its expansion worldwide, predominantly in electricity and gas distribution and transportation. From 2002 to 2007 he held the position of Chief Business Developer at SUEZ Global LNG Ltd.
In 2007 he was appointed to the position of President & CEO of SUEZ Global LNG.
After the merger between Gaz de France and SUEZ (GDF SUEZ, then ENGIE), he became CEO of the “Global LNG” B.U., the Business Unit responsible for the management of the ENGIE Group’s LNG shipping, supply and assets portfolio.
With the acquisition of ENGIE’s LNG business by TOTAL in July 2018, Philip OLIVIER was appointed General Manager of the new LNG entity within TOTAL - combining TOTAL and ex-ENGIE assets, portfolios and teams - in charge of TOTAL’s LNG marketing and trading, LNG fleet and portfolio management, LNG downstream markets development and shareholding in LNG infrastructure assets (liquefaction, regasification, LNG to power, etc.) and a member of the Gas Management Committee. Since October 2018, he has been Vice President LNG Business Unit in the Gas, Renewables & Power branch of TOTAL and a member of the Gas Management Committee.
- Mr. Lucian PUGLIARESI
Lucian (Lou) PUGLIARESI is President of the Energy Policy Research Foundation (EPRINC). Mr. PUGLIARESI has served in a wide range of government posts, including the National Security Council at the White House (Reagan Administration), Departments of State, Energy, and Interior, as well as the EPA. He has written extensively on energy and has testified before various committees of the U.S. Congress.
Among his publications are “EIS’s. Vs. the Real World”, The Public Interest, 1978, “Policy Analysis at the Department of State,” Journal and Policy Analysis and Management, 1989 ; “Energy Security: How Valuable is Caspian Oil”, Policy Brief 3, Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs, JFK School, Harvard, Cambridge; “Silent Disruption Limiting Oil Supply,” Oil and Gas Journal July 2010 (with Ben Montalbano); “The American Clean Energy and Security Act,” An EPRINC Assessment of Capacity and Employment Losses in the Domestic Refining Industry, Oil and Gas Journal, November 23, 2009; “Offshore Drilling, An Argument in its Defense, Oil (Italy), September 2010. North Dakota’s Shale Oil (JOGMEC Petroleum Journal (in Japanese; <特別寄稿> 米国ノースダコタ);
Mr. PUGLIARESI is a frequent contributor to the Wall Street Journal. Among his recent publications are “Future Oil Supplies Can Lower Prices Today,” Wall Street Journal, June 2, 2011; “Lessons of the Shale Gas Revolution,” Wall Street Journal, September 30, 2011; “The Keystone Debacle,” Wall Street Journal, November 16, 2011; “North America’s Strategic Loss: Keystone XL Pipeline and the High Cost of the American Regulatory Regime,” Geopolitics of Energy, Canadian Energy Research Institute, Dec – Nov 2011. “Keystone Can Help the Gulf—and the Northeast,” Wall Street Journal, January 31, 2012. “Time to Rethink Renewable Fuel Rules,” CNBC online, April 18, 2013.
Japan Oil, Gas and Metals National Corporation, JOGMEC