A Conversation with Meg Gentle, President & CEO, Tellurian Inc.

June 12, 2017 - 12:00 pm

1030 15th Street NW, 12th Floor
Washington, DC
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A Conversation with Meg Gentle, President & CEO, Tellurian Inc.: 
The Role the US can Play in the Global Gas Market

A conversation with:
Meg Gentle 
President & CEO
Tellurian Inc.

Introduced and Moderated by:
Amb. Richard Morningstar
Founding Director and Chairman, Global Energy Center
Atlantic Council
 
The US unconventional oil and gas boom continues to reshape global energy markets. Along with enabling the United States to become one of the world’s largest oil and gas producers, the shale boom has also paved the way for increased US energy exports, particularly of LNG. This not only has this impacted international markets, but it is also driving changes in LNG contracts and pricing. However, as US production and exports continue to change international markets, a surge of LNG from Australia, Qatar, and the emergence of other producers like Angola could lead to an oversupplied market, as producers grapple with the current low energy price environment. The conversation will focus on the outlook for US LNG, changes in the LNG market globally, and other trends and drivers. 

Lunch will be served. 
 


Follow the conversation on Twitter at #ACenergy 

Atlantic Council  
1030 15th Street NW
12th Floor (West Tower Elevator)
Washington, DC
 
This event is open to the press and on the record

VISITING THE COUNCIL: Metro and parking info
 

Bios

Meg Gentle joined Tellurian as president and CEO in August 2016. She previously served as executive vice president-marketing at Cheniere Energy, Inc. In addition, she served as senior vice president-marketing, senior vice president and chief financial officer, senior vice president-strategic planning & finance, vice president of strategic planning, and manager of strategic planning for Cheniere. Before Cheniere, Meg spent eight years in energy market development, economic evaluation, and long-range planning. She conducted international business development and strategic planning for Anadarko Petroleum Corporation, and energy market analysis for Pace Global Energy Services. Meg received a BA in economics and international affairs from James Madison University in May 1996 and an MBA from Rice University in May 2004.

Richard L. Morningstar is the founding director and chairman of the Global Energy Center at the Atlantic Council. He served as the US ambassador to the Republic of Azerbaijan from July 2012 to August 2014. Prior to his appointment, since April 2009, he was the secretary of state's special envoy for Eurasian energy. Prior to that, Morningstar lectured at the Kennedy School of Government at Harvard and Stanford Law School. From June 1999 to September 2001, he served as US ambassador to the European Union. Prior to this, Morningstar served as special adviser to the president and secretary of state for Caspian Basin energy diplomacy, where he was responsible for assuring maximum coordination within the executive branch and with other governments and international organizations to promote US policies on Caspian Basin energy development and transportation. From April 1995 to July 1998, he served as ambassador and special adviser to the president and secretary of state on assistance for the new independent states (NIS) of the former Soviet Union, where he oversaw all US bilateral assistance and trade investment activities in the NIS. From 1993 to 1995, he served as senior vice president of the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC). Morningstar also served as chairman of the board and chief executive officer of the Costar Corporation from 1990 to 1993 and as president and chief executive officer from 1981 to 1990. He was an attorney with Peabody and Brown (now Nixon and Peabody) in Boston from 1970 to 1981, where he became a partner in 1977. Morningstar served as a commissioner of the National Conference of Commissioners on Uniform State Laws (1989–93). Prior to returning to the government in 2009, he served as director of the American Councils for International Education, a trustee of the Kosovo-America Educational Foundation, and a trustee of the Eurasia Foundation. He is a member of the Council on Foreign Relations. Morningstar received his BA from Harvard in 1967 and JD from Stanford Law School in 1970.
 

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