You are invited to participate in the upcoming IEEJ/EPRINC workshop on “LNG: Addressing the Near-Term Energy Crisis and Long-Term Environmental Challenges.” The workshop will be held as a virtual event on February 25 2022 at 8:30am–11:00am (Tokyo Time - JST) / February 24 2022 at 6:30pm–9:00pm (Washington Time - EST).
The post-pandemic world has now moved to a global energy crisis, price shocks, supply shortages, and a geopolitical standoff in Europe. The IEEJ/EPRINC workshop will explore LNG’s role in policy strategies to both address the crisis and explore its longer-term role in the energy transition to a lower-carbon future. It will also include a discussion on the potential role of ammonia in the transition.
Join former U.S. Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette; LNG Allies President Fred Hutchison; Tellurian President and CEO Octávio Simões, Mitsubishi Corporation Division COO Ryosuke Tsugaru; the Japan Gas Association General Manager Yuji Kumai, JERA General Manager Kenji Takahashi, and others as well as U.S. and Japanese industry leaders, experts from think tanks, the Institute for Energy Economics Japan and the Energy Policy Research Foundation for a discussion on growing pressures on energy markets in the U.S. and Japan and what the necessary next steps should be.