Energy finance practitioners discussed current energy finance topics, including the latest trends in upstream oil and gas and renewables finance and monetization transactions and the latest trends in LNG markets.

EVENT DETAIL

Tuesday, June 18, 2019
4PM to 4:50PM|Webcast Only
1.0 CLE Credit|Available for New York State Transitional and Non-Transitional – Areas of Professional Practice. 

SPEAKERS

  • Kraig Grahmann, Partner, Chair of Energy Finance Group
  • Bridget Marsh, EVP & Deputy General Counsel, LSTA, Intro
  • Jeff Nichols, Co-Chair of Energy Practice Group
  • Gil Porter, Co-Chair of Projects Practice Group
  • Katy Shurin, Partner, Commodity Trading Practice Group
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