Lucian Pugliaresi Presents at the Energy Mexico Oil Gas Power 2019 Expo & CongressRead More
Photo: Panelists for the Session on Energy Implications of the new U.S. Mexico Canada (USMCA) Trade Agreement (Left to Right) Jesus Seade Kuri (Key NAFTA Negotiator for the Administration of President Andrés Manuel López Obrador), Ildefonso Guajardo (Former Minister of Economy and Chief Negotiator of NAFTA), Carlos Pascual (Senior Vice President, Global Energy, IHS Markit), Herman Franssen (Panel Chairman, Executive Director, Energy Intelligence Group), Lucian Pugliaresi (President, Energy Policy Research Foundation), Moisés R. Kalach Balas (Coordinator of the Strategic International Business Council, Consejo Coordinador Empresarial) Lucian Pugliaresi made two presentations in Mexico City at the Energy Mexico Oil Gas Power 2019 Expo & Congress, a key event for the entire value chain of the Mexican energy sector. He made presentations on a panel discussion on the new U.S. – Mexico – Canada (USMCA) trade agreement as well as a panel evaluating the implications of shifts in national energy policies. His two presentations can be found here and here.
IEEJ and EPRINC Commentary on the Future of Asian LNGRead MoreAs the 7th Annual LNG Producer Consumer Conference opens in Nagoya, Japan, Masakazu Toyoda, CEO of the Institute of Energy Economics Japan (IEEJ) and Lucian Pugliaresi, President of the Energy Policy Research Foundation, Inc (EPRINC) outlined the important role of U.S.-Japan cooperation in meeting rising Asian LNG demand with U.S. shale gas exports. Their views appear in two separate articles published in the Nikkei Asian Review and the Japan Times.
IEEJ and EPRINC Release 2018 Assessment on the Future of Asian LNGRead More
The Institute of Energy Economics Japan (IEEJ) and EPRINC have published a follow-on assessment to their 2017 joint report on the future role of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in Asian power and fuel markets. This second year of our joint effort has taken a more in-depth evaluation of trends and longer-term uncertainties in Asian natural gas markets and the potential role of U.S. LNG exports in serving those markets. The joint research findings were presented at the 7th Annual Producer Consumer LNG Conference held in Nagoya, Japan on October 22, 2018. The event was attended by energy ministers, government officials, and industry representatives from the entire LNG value chain.
A copy of the 2018 joint report can be found here.
Mexico’s Role In Sustaining the North American Petroleum RenaissanceRead More
Non-resident fellow Emily Medina has produced a report on Mexico as part of the Energy Policy Research Foundation’s multi-year research program evaluating the scale and scope of the North American petroleum renaissance. As U.S. producers expand production to meet domestic requirements and the rapidly growing market for pipeline exports and Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG), it is essential that policy makers have a full understanding of the sustainability of the U.S. natural gas production platform. The report covers the characteristics of the Mexican market for that natural gas as well as the challenges and opportunities that Mexico’s evolving energy sector faces as it reacts to current market trends. Emily’s report can be found here.
EPRINC’s Emily Medina Co-Authors Op-Ed in The Hill on Mexican Energy and the ElectionRead More
EPRINC’s Emily Medina commented recently in The Hill on the threat to Mexican energy reform posed by AMLO’s election to president. Her op-ed can be found here.
From the latest EPRINC Embassy Series Event at the Italian Embassy: EPRINC’s Keynote Presentation Delivered by Trisha Curtis, Panel Discussion Moderated by Lucian Pugliaresi.
Biographies of the panel members and EPRINC President Lucian Pugliaresi, as well as a brief description of the event, are available below.
An abridged version of Trisha Curtis’ presentation, ‘Sustaining North American Production in a Low Oil Price Environment,’ is also available below.
The heart wants what the heart wants, but like the Shadow, the market knows what the market knows, and markets are impatient. The next formal OPEC meeting is in June and there are some who believe that OPEC will wait until then to deal with the imbalance in the market between supply and demand. OPEC may want to wait but it will be the price set in the market that will dictate this calendar.
Posted below are two recent presentations by Lou Pugliaresi and Trisha Curtis. Lou presented on the potential for and uncertainties surround U.S. condensate exports at the 2014 Condensates and Naphtha Forum in Doha, Qatar.
Trisha presented before EPA staff at the Agency’s Brown Bag lunch on November 12. Her presentations addressed the background and fundamental issues of crude oil by rail shipments in the United States.