Date:July 22, 2020 7:00 am-8:00 am PT (10:00 AM EST) (9:00 AM Central Time)
Join ZE and S&P Global Platts for a Webinar: LNG Outlook 2021 – US LNG impact on EMEA and Asian LNG business
During this webinar listen to market experts Ross Wyeno from S&P Global Platts and data analytics expert Aiman El-Ramly from ZE PowerGroup to analyze the recent events and its impacts on the LNG Markets. Find out the outlook LNG trade flows going into 2021.
- What politics are at play
- How US exports are impacting the other regions
- Impact from the COVID-19 pandemic on gas demand
- Global Supply and Demand Outlook
- The role of the US in clearing global LNG imbalances
- Live Q & A
About our Presenters
Chief Business Officer,
ZE PowerGroup Inc.
Aiman El-Ramly is the Chief Strategy Officer of ZE PowerGroup and the Chief Strategy Officer for ZE Power Engineering. He has 30 years of progressive experience in the energy, commodities and technology spaces. Aiman has a significant understanding of what is needed for corporations of all sizes to run and grow effectively. His experience and proven expertise allow him to state unequivocally that transforming data into actionable intelligence is essential to achieving corporate market objectives. Aiman is an internationally renowned sought after speaker on a variety of global socio-economic and data technology topics. His strong communication and relationship-building skills are able to effectively sell the promise of his organization to customers, partners and inspire his team.
Lead Analyst, Americas LNG Analytics
S&P Global Platts
Ross Wyeno is a Lead Analyst at S&P Global Platts Analytics covering LNG across the Americas. More specifically, Mr. He is a key contributor to the Global LNG Service and provides outlooks, data, and analysis to the North American Natural Gas Service, the European Gas Service, and Platts Editorial. Prior to working at Bentek Energy, now part of S&P Global Platts, Mr. Wyeno held positions as a Financial Analyst as well as an Equities Trader. Mr. Wyeno earned a B.S. in Finance and International Business from the University of Colorado and a M.S. in Political Economics from the Colorado School of Mines.