MBLB CFO Adam Laurie to Speak at the Gulf Coast Energy Forum

MBLB’s CFO, Adam Laurie, will be a speaker at the Gulf Coast Energy Forum being held at the Westin Canal Place in New Orleans, Louisiana, October 12-14, 2022. Adam will join a panel on Friday, October 14, entitled “Perspectives on Industry / Academic Collaboration To Meet Future Leadership Demands.” The panel discussion will provide expert perspectives on recent global and domestic market developments, as well as current public perceptions about the industry. The Panel will also introduce The Tulane Master of Management in Energy program, discussing unique aspects of the program, and more generally, how Academia is collaborating with the industry to ensure new generations of qualified leaders.

Cleve Hogarth, Principal, Cleveland Advisory LLC, will moderate the event. Adam’s fellow speakers include:

  • Dr. Jim Duncan, Special Advisor to the Director, The International Research Institute for Climate and Society, Earth Institute, Columbia University, & Co-Founder Latigo Energy Group
  • Prof. Eric Smith, Associate Director, Tulane Energy Institute
  • Prof. Pierre Conner, Executive Director, Tulane University
  • Grayson Laborde, Student, Tulane Energy Institute

The panel will also include a current enrollee of the program to share a student perspective.

About the Gulf Coast Energy Forum

The Gulf Coast Energy Forum is a new event by the producers of the very successful LDC Gas Forum and US-Mexico Natural Gas Forum series. The U.S. Gulf Coast has emerged as the crossroads for global LNG activity. The U.S. Gulf Coast and the Henry Hub benchmark is no longer simply a supply source – it is now the premium demand pricing point for the continent. As a result, there is worldwide interest in the dynamics of this particular region, across the entire natural gas value chain, supporting LNG.

This event responds to the industry’s demand for a purpose-built venue for industry players to learn, obtain insight, network and conduct business across the entire natural gas value chain supporting global LNG activity.