Massive changes are under way in the United States, particularly in the utilities and manufacturing sectors, due to the enormous increase of domestically produced natural gas. A myriad of scientific and policy issues have emerged.
To address this important topic, Georgia Tech will host a three-part Natural Gas Executive Seminar Series over the next few months. Jointly sponsored by the Strategic Energy Institute, Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute and the Institute for Materials, each seminar in the series will be held from 11:00 a.m. - Noon in the Auditorium (1st Floor) of the Callaway Manufacturing Research Building, home of the Georgia Tech Manufacturing Institute. Each seminar will be followed by a reception at Noon.
The seminar series features speakers who are corporate executives who will address these important issues and what they mean for our nation and the Southeast.
Seminar topics and speakers include:
Thursday, February 14, 2013
Hank Linginfelter, Executive Vice President, Distribution Operations, AGL Resources
“Impact of Natural Gas on the Southeast and the United States”
Thursday, March 7, 2013
David Montgomery, Senior Vice President, NERA Economic Consulting
“Economic Impacts of Exporting Natural Gas”
Tuesday, April 2, 2013
Vinod Phillip, Director, Gas Turbine Engineering, Siemens Energy
“Natural Gas Impacts on the Power Generation Industry
Please refer questions on the Natural Gas Executive Seminar Series to: firstname.lastname@example.org