(PRWEB) March 26, 2014
This year, natural gas continues to dominate discussions about the power generation market in the US. Like businesses all across the US, Power Generators are always looking for ways to limit emissions and maximize reliability without hurting their bottom line, many have begun to take advantage of this clean, affordable, domestic energy resource.
Like all sources of energy, there are a lot of questions about the extent and availability of our domestic natural gas supply, and the future of its reliability amidst cold snaps and infrastructural impediments. It is vital for power generators to understand the full supply picture. The Natural Gas Power Generation conference will provide a forum for utilities and independent power producers to hear directly from natural gas producers, regulators, and service providers on solutions to challenges they face, and share strategies for running a successful gas-fired generation operation.
Scheduled to speak at the event on behalf of America’s Natural Gas Alliance is Michelle Bloodworth, Senior Director for Power Generation. “Increasing the demand for and use of natural gas is our core mission at ANGA, and this conference gives us an opportunity to provide power generators information about how to take advantage of this resource,” she commented. Additionally, Shane Schulz, Director of Government Affairs for ANGA member company and leading producer QEP resources, will provide a keynote address on the future of natural gas supply. Regulators from the EPA, FERC and NERC will be giving updates during the conference as well, in addition to several presentations by Industry leaders and generators including Calpine, Exelon, and Panda Power.
This conference is organized by FC Gas Intelligence, for more information on the event and how to get involved see the event webpage: http://events.fc-gi.com/PowerUSA, or contact the event director, Jessica Allen – Jessica(at)fc-gi(dot)com.