Realizing the Potential of U.S. Unconventional Natural Gas

  • Wednesday, Feb 13, 2013

  • The CSIS Energy and National Security Program released its report entitled Realizing the Potential of U.S. Unconventional Natural Gas. The report reflects a year-long effort to capture the latest understanding of the unconventional gas development picture and lays out themes and findings to facilitate a path forward. The event provided an overview of the findings from the project while allowing for a discussion of U.S. energy policy priorities for the coming year, key aspects of the unconventional gas revolution, and where the story goes from here.

    Opening Panel:
    U.S. Energy Policy:  Priorities for the 113th Congress

    Senator Ron Wyden (D-Oregon)
    Chairman, Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee

    with

    Senator Lisa Murkowski (R-Alaska)
    Ranking member, Senate Energy and Natural Resources Committee

    moderated by

    Dr. John J. Hamre
    President & CEO, and The Pritzker Chair, CSIS

    Presentation: Findings from the Project

    Sarah O. Ladislaw
    Co-Director and Senior Fellow, CSIS Energy and National Security Program

    Panel 2: Where the Gas Story Takes the U.S.: Key Aspects of the Unconventional Revolution

    Clay Bretches
    Vice President, Exploration and Production (E&P) Business Services and Minerals, Anadarko

    Mike Hosford
    General Manager – Unconventional Resources, GE Oil & Gas

    Fred Krupp

    President, Environmental Defense Fund

    moderated by

    David L. Pumphrey

    Co-Director and Senior Fellow, CSIS Energy and National Security Program

    Closing Remarks

    Joseph W. Craver III, 
    President, Health and Engineering Sector, SAIC 

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