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Fuellers' conversation - LNG as a marine fuel - progress, prospects and pitfalls

General
  • <p>Ernst and Young<br />1 More London Place&nbsp;<br />London<br />SE1 2AF</p> <p>&nbsp;</p>
  • 2019-02-27 00:00:00.000
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    2019-02-27 00:00:00.000
  • 17:30

The Speaker will be Chris LeFevre, Senior Visiting Research Fellow – The Oxford Institute for Energy Studies and Liveryman of the Worshipful Company of Fuellers.

Chris Le Fevre joined the OIES in September 2012. His main areas of research interest are gas storage, gas as a transportation fuel and gas policy and regulation issues. He has published a number of papers on these topics including The impact of UK energy policy on the gas sector (September 2015), UK Storage encounters a Rough patch (May, 2017) Methane Emissions: from blind spot to spotlight (July, 2017). He has also contributed chapters to the Institute’s book LNG Markets in Transition, The Great Reconfiguration (2016). Chris has worked as an independent energy consultant since 2002, specialising in commercial, strategic, and regulatory issues in the natural gas sector, with particular focus on European and former Soviet markets. Chris has worked in the oil and gas industry for over 30 years. He has held a variety of positions to executive director level at Transco plc (now National Grid Gas plc) and British Gas. At Transco, he was the director responsible for implementing the ‘Network Code’ and the introduction of domestic competition. His roles at British Gas included establishing operations in a number of European countries, including Spain, the former German Democratic Republic (East Germany), Hungary, and the Czech Republic. Before British Gas, he worked for Shell in exploration and production companies in the Netherlands and Malaysia. He is also a contributor to Oxford Analytica and, until 2011, sat on the boards of the Northern Ireland Utility Regulator and the South Central Strategic Health Authority.

Fuellers’ conversations are opportunities to hear from leaders in the energy industry, to discuss and engage with them and other Fuellers and guests.

There is no charge for this event, however there will be a collection for the Fuellers Charitable Trust Fund.

More information on the event and to book your place, please go directly to the Fuellers website.