25  - 26 October 2006


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

Energy Summitâ„¢ 2006:

Developing & Supporting Critical Energy Infrastructure




Energy Policy - The View From Washington
Ben Lieberman, Senior Policy Analyst, Heritage Foundation

Petroleum and Natural Gas Outlook
Michael Schaal, Director, Oil and Gas Division, Energy Information Administration


Inventories, Derivatives and Volatility: What if Joseph Had Used Derivatives?
Randall Dodd, Director, Financial Policy Forum/Derivatives Study Center


LNG Development Update
Bill Cooper, Executive Director, Center for Liquefied Natural Gas


Developing & Supporting Critical Energy Infrastructure Offshore
Michael Kearns, Director, Public Affairs, National Ocean Industries Association


Shell International E & P
Michael A. Curole, Senior Staff Engineer, Shell International Exploration and Production Inc.


Refinery Update
John Felmy, Refinery Outook, American Petroleum Institute


Deepwater Gulf Infrastructure - A Reliable Proposition?
Rory Miller, Vice President, Gulf Coast Region, Williams Midstream


AEP's I-765 Proposal and the Future of America's Transmission Grid
Scott Moore, Vice President, Transmission, American Electric Power


Broadband over Power Lines a Foundation for the Utility of the Future
Jay Bradbury, Duke Energy