Jan20 NWACT News
Climate change is an important issue. States and provinces across the Pacific Northwest are developing policies to address climate change by reducing greenhouse gas emissions (GHGs). Natural gas – a clean, low-cost and abundant energy resource – is already reducing GHGs across North America and the region. In short, Northwest Gas Association members (NWGA) are committed to addressing climate change and maintain that natural gas is a climate solution. Representing the region’s providers of natural gas, the NWGA will be an active and constructive participant in regional carbon policy deliberations.
To download the NWGA’s Climate Action Principles, click here.
June 6, 2018
Dinner Keynote: Yoram Bauman Ph.D., Stand-up Economist
June 7, 2018 – Attendees List
Natural Gas Market Fundamentals
Josh McCall, Fundamental Analytic Director, BP
Hot Topics: Cyber Security and Federal Update
Mona Tandon and Gwen Keys Flemming, Van Ness Feldman, LLP
Regional Economic Outlook
Grant Forsyth, Ph.D., Chief Economist, Avista Corporation
Real World Impacts of Decarbonization
Dorothy Rothrock, President / Chair, AB 32 Implementation Group, California Manufacturers & Technology Association
LUNCH KEYNOTE: CEO Perspective: The Future of Natural Gas
David Anderson, President and Chief Executive Officer, NW Natural
Western Electricity Markets
Nick Zanrosso, Portfolio Data Analyst, Calpine Energy Solutions
Implications of Policy-Driven Residential Electrification
Joel Bluestein, Senior Vice President, ICF International
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