Energy Summit 2006
Developing & Supporting Critical Energy Infrastructure
25 - 26 October 2006
Presented by the LSU Center for Energy Studies
 
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Energy Policy - The View From Washington (432 KB)
Ben Lieberman, Senior Policy Analyst
Heritage Foundation

Petroleum and Natural Gas Outlook (148 KB)
Michael Schaal, Director, Oil and Gas Division
Energy Information Administration

Inventories, Derivatives and Volatility:
What if Joseph Had Used Derivatives?
(173 KB)
Randall Dodd, Director
Financial Policy Forum/Derivatives Study Cente

LNG Development Update (1,061 KB)
Bill Cooper, Executive Director
Center for Liquefied Natural Gas

Developing & Supporting Critical Energy Infrastructure Offshore (3,931 KB)
Michael Kearns, Director, Public Affairs
National Ocean Industries Association

Shell International E & P (147 KB)
Michael A. Curole, Senior Staff Engineer
Shell International Exploration and Production Inc.

Refinery Update (961 KB)
John Felmy, Refinery Outook
American Petroleum Institute

Deepwater Gulf Infrastructure - A Reliable Proposition? (1,769 KB)
Rory Miller, Vice President
Gulf Coast Region, Williams Midstream

AEP's I-765 Proposal and the Future of America's Transmission Grid (697 KB)
Scott Moore, Vice President, Transmission
American Electric Power

Broadband over Power Lines a Foundation for the Utility of the Future (657 KB)
Jay Bradbury
Duke Energy
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