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Fri, Apr 23, 2021

Long-term US-China liquefied natural gas trade will bring strategic benefits to both countries

Despite a wide range of challenges within the US-China relationship, liquified natural gas (LNG) trade is one of the few areas that brings strategic benefits to both countries. US LNG is well positioned to provide China with a clean, affordable, and reliable energy source. In turn, multi-decade investment in new LNG infrastructure will bring well-paying jobs across the United States and support much needed post-pandemic economic recovery.

EnergySource by Serena Su

China Energy & Environment

Fri, Aug 21, 2020

An effective ESG strategy strengthens the competitiveness of US liquefied natural gas

As companies face increased pressure to pursue sustainable investing, business leaders around the world are taking action to address their environmental, social, and governance (ESG) risks and opportunities.

EnergySource by Serena Su

Energy & Environment Energy Transitions

Wed, Apr 8, 2020

Atlantic Council Announces 2020-2021 Women Leaders in Energy Fellowship Class

WASHINGTON, DC – April 8, 2020 – The Atlantic Council Global Energy Center announced today the selection of its 2020-2021 class of fellows for its Women Leaders in Energy Fellowship. The Fellowship is a one-year, nonresident program for early to mid-career rising women leaders in the energy and climate field with an interest in policy. […]

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Serena Su is a manager in the Commercial Structuring team of Cheniere Energy. She is responsible for building and leading the analytical functions of the Houston-based Commercial Structuring team and has played a key role in structuring and negotiating long term supply contracts with Asian end users as well as US gas producers. She has also led primary research projects spanning diverse topics like European power and gas demand, North American unconventional gas production, and trade flows through the Panama Canal. In her role, Serena regularly interacts with customers including state owned energy companies and governments. Her paper “A Perspective on the Transit of LNG through the Panama Canal” was selected for publication during the LNG19 conference held in Shanghai.

Serena joined Cheniere in 2016. Prior to Cheniere, she worked in the Financial Institutions Group of UBS Investment Bank. Serena received her BA in Economics & Mathematics with distinction from Yale College and her MBA from the Yale School of Management. Serena is a native Chinese speaker.