The INGAA Foundation will hold a meeting March 17 in Washington, DC at the National Press Club’s Bloomberg Room on a new report, North American Natural Gas Midstream Infrastructure through 2035, which projects midstream infrastructure (transmission lines, laterals, gathering lines, processing, storage and compression) investment needs for the U.S. natural gas, crude oil and natural gas liquids sector.
Breakfast will be available beginning at 9:00 am ET; the press conference will start promptly at 9:30 am ET.
The report, conducted by ICF International on behalf of the INGAA Foundation Inc., updates the INGAA Foundation 2011’s midstream infrastructure study to reflect the dynamic changes that have occurred with U.S. supply and demand in the past few years, including the growing importance of shale gas and oil and the expected growth of natural gas demand for power generation. The report includes regional breakdowns, and estimates of jobs and economic activity that will result from the midstream investment.
Speakers will include:
- INGAA and INGAA Foundation President and CEO Don Santa;
- INGAA Foundation Chairman (and Sunland Construction President and CEO) Craig Meier
- ANGA President and CEO Marty Durbin
- ICF’s Kevin Petak, VP, Fuel Markets Analysis
RSVP to Cathy Landry (firstname.lastname@example.org), 202.216.5913, or Kevin Voelkel (email@example.com), 202.216.5955.
Santa and Meier will also discuss the report in Houston March 25 at the Pipeline Opportunities Conference at the George B. Brown Convention Center, go to www.pipelineopportunities.com.