21  - 22 October 2004


Dalton J. Woods Auditorium
Energy, Coast & Environment Bldg
Louisiana State University
Baton Rouge, Louisiana

Energy Summitâ„¢ 2004:

Securing Louisiana's Economic Growth in a Volatile Energy Environment





North American Gas Dynamics
Paul Ziff, CEO, Ziff Energy Group

LNG: Too Much or Too Little
Keith Meyer, President, Cheniere LNG, Inc.

Energy Commodity Prices and Their Impact on the Gulf Coast Energy Economies
Bill Gilmer, Senior Economist and Vice President, Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas

Domestic Refined Products Markets
John Felmy, Chief Economist and Director Statistics Department, American Petroleum Institute

Do We Need New Refining Capacity in the U.S.?
H. Gil Nebeker, Senior Vice President, Purvin & Gertz, Inc


Refined Product Markets: Trends and Impacts
Bruce March, Baton Rouge Refinery Manager, ExxonMobil Refining & Supply Company


Fuel and Refining Trends
Fred Stiers, General Manager, Lake Charles Refinery, ConocoPhillips


Refinery Roundtable Presentation
Rich Bedell, Manager, Louisiana Refining Division, Marathon Ashland Petroleum LLC

E&P Issues: Gulf of Mexico
Greg Guidry, Gulf of Mexico Exploration Manager - Nearfield, Shell Exploration and Production Company

Future Opportunities for Coal Power
Randy Eminger, Vice President, South Region, Center for Energy and Economic Development

The Outlook for Nuclear Power
Adrian Heymer, Director, New Plant Deployment, Nuclear Energy Institute

Hydrogen Economy
Andrew Thomas, Director, Energy Policy Research, Case Western Reserve University