4th Houston Gas & LNG Forum 2021 Distinguished Speakers Include

U.S. Congressman Pete Sessions (R-TX)
Member, House Committee on Financial Services and Member House Committee on Oversight and Reform
U.S. Congressman Paul Gosar (R-AZ)
Member, House Committee on Natural Resources
Congressman Randy Weber
U.S. House of Representatives (R-TX) Member, House Transportation and Infrastructure Committee
Congressman Bill Johnson
United States House of Representatives (R-OH) Member, House Energy and Commerce Committee Member, House Committee on the Budget
Congressman Michael Cloud
U. S. House of Representatives (R-TX) Member, Oversight and Reform Committee and Member, Science, Space and Technology Committee
Congressman Tim Walberg (R-MI)
U.S. Representative, Member, House Committee on Energy & Commerce
Judge Barbara Canales
Nueces County, Corpus Christi, TX
Sean C. Strawbridge
CEO, Port of Corpus Christi Authority, Corpus Christi, TX
Jim Reddinger
President and CEO, Stabilis Solutions, Houston, TX
Mike Sicker
President, Oil & Gas Division Mitsubishi Heavy Industries America, Houston, TX
Clair Hebert Marceaux
Port Director/CEO, Cameron Parish Port, Harbor & Terminal District, Louisiana
Aziz Bamik
General Manager, GTT North America, Houston, TX
Oliver F. Hill
Head of Corporate Development, Senior Vice President, Chief Representative, VNG AG
, Germany
Marcelo Carugo
Vice President, Global Refining and Chemicals Programs, Emerson Automation Solutions, Austin, TX
Johannes P. Willheim
Partner, JONES DAY , Europe and US
Anthony Livanios
CEO, U.S. Energy Stream, Inc., Houston, TX

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4th Houston Gas & LNG Forum 2021

U.S. Energy Stream leads discussions on how gas & LNG industry can pivot to successfully deal with Net-Zero emissions and decarbonization demands.

The 4th Houston Gas & LNG Forum 2021 is a bi-partisan annual market intelligence platform. It brings powerful U.S. Senators and Congressmen from both sides of the aisle together with top energy executives and energy investors.

The main topic of this year’s Forum is: How can U.S. Gas and LNG thrive in the Energy Transition and in Net Zero Emissions Economy?

Key issues to be addressed:
-US Energy Policy: What is the impact of the pledge of net-zero emissions economy on Texan and American gas and LNG industry?
-LNG exports: What lies ahead?
-The Role of LNG in a decarbonized energy future
-Small scale LNG: What is the role of small scale LNG in the energy transition?
-Net-Zero emissions economy: What is the role of American gas and LNG in a sustainable energy system?
-The Role of Hydrogen in the Energy Transition
-How can the dual challenge of increased energy demand and lower emissions be met?
-Can the gas sector be a driving force behind economic growth, and at what pace?
-Gas. LNG and finance: How can gas and LNG infrastructure attract investments?
-How will the gas and LNG industry cope with ESG financial pressures and the race to reduce emissions?

Our customers trust U.S. Energy Stream’s mission to bring the highest intelligence to empower business and government leaders to thrive. The Forum is a private, invitation-only meeting. The Forum’s proceedings are off the record, non attribution, and non-dissemination closed to the members of the press. 

We look forward to welcoming you to the 4th Houston Gas & LNG Forum 2021.



Leading Partner

Strategic Partner


4th Houston Gas & LNG Forum 2021 Venue

Petroleum Club of Houston

The Petroleum Club of Houston is the consequence of a vision, vigorous effort and accomplishment. The vision was shared originally by Wilbur Ginther, Howard C. Warren and Harris Underwood. The effort was expended by a score of oil industry leaders and the accomplishment is one of the nation's finest, most attractive clubs, towering above Houston's busy commercial avenues.

The inspiration for an exclusive, handsome club of and for the oil industry community was crystallized on January 31, 1946, when the Petroleum Club's charter was secured from the State of Texas. The Club’s original location was atop the Rice Hotel in Downtown Houston. To meet the requirements of an increasing membership and the greater demands for its services, the Club moved to the 43rd and 44th floors of the ExxonMobil Building in 1963. In January of 2015, The Club began its next chapter from the 35th Floor, penthouse level, of Total Plaza located at 1201 Louisiana. 

Continuing a tradition of business deals sealed with a handshake, business is still sealed with integrity because our members and our Club epitomize honor and true fraternity.

Petroleum Club of Houston

1201 Louisiana St, 35th Floor Houston, TX 77002



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