NCAC Lunch Presentation | What the Midterm Elections May Mean for Energy Policy

  • 19 Oct 2018
  • 12:00 PM - 2:00 PM (EDT)
  • Carmine's, 425 7th Street, NW, Washington, DC 20004
  • 0

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Presenters: David Givens (Moderator) is Head of Natural Gas and Power Services for North America for Argus Media, Inc., based in Washington, D.C. He is responsible for indexes and editorial coverage in those areas, and works with industry for use of the Argus indexes in contracts. David speaks with many industry groups on natural gas fundamentals and LNG market trends. He has worked for many similar firms, including Hart Energy Publishing, Io Energy, and BridgeNews. He also worked at Gas Daily and Megawatt Daily throughout the 1990s, becoming managing editor for price surveys. David is also vice president of the National Capital Area Chapter of the US Association for Energy Economics and a member of the National Press Club.

Anthony Adragna is POLITICO’s congressional energy reporter. He speaks daily with key lawmakers on a host of energy and environmental matters. He previously wrote Morning Energy. Before joining POLITICO, he spent four and a half years covering EPA and other environmental issues with Bloomberg BNA.

Mark Matthews covers state and federal politics for Climatewire. Before coming to E&E News, he was a Washington correspondent for more than a decade, first for the Orlando Sentinel and then for The Denver Post. He's lived in the D.C.-Baltimore area for almost 20 years — including a few at the University of Maryland—but he still considers New Jersey his home. Mark once wrote about the bar scene in Central Florida, but that job can't be blamed for the blond highlights he rocked at the time.

John Siciliano covers energy and environment issues for the Washington Examiner.

Description:  The midterm elections could mean big changes for energy policy, especially if the Democrats take one of the houses. Our speakers will address the possibilities and ramifications. Please join us.

 

 

     

 

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