Tue, May 17|
Buckle up, it's still going to be a bumpy ride for energy prices in NY (and everywhere else)
Energy Prices in New York (Find a link to web recording below)
Time & Location
May 17, 2022, 3:00 PM
About The Event
View a recording of the webinar here. (Passcode: 0+J2v$P%)
Energy prices have been on a tear. We've seen a perfect storm of events over the last 12 months - from the war in Ukraine to low storage levels of gas, coal, oil and diesel - leading to ever increasing prices. In New York, our electricity costs depend on natural gas, the most volatile of all fuels, so there's been nowhere to hide.
And while our neighbor Pennsylvania is one of the Nation's largest producers of natural gas, and one of the largest exporters of electricity, prices for both have been skyrocketing in both states. Energy market experts from Bloomberg and Constellation Energy will break down what has been happening in the energy and electricity markets and share their outlooks for the future.
Mike Lawn, Power and Gas Specialist, Bloomberg LP
Michael Lawn is an energy research and analysis professional with particular experience in the power and gas markets in the US and Europe. He has worked for Bloomberg for over 10 years, initially creating a gas and power research team before moving to his current role as Gas and Power Market Specialist. Michael previously worked in power markets for a large hedge fund, as a management consultant and as a mechanical engineer. He has a Masters in energy policy from Columbia University and a Bachelors in Engineering from Cambridge University.
Nakul Nair, Gas & LNG, Bloomberg NEF
Nakul Nair covers the U.S. gas and LNG market for BloombergNEF. He specializes in forecasting fundamentals and calculating forward-looking supply-demand balances. Nakul holds a BSc in Geophysics from Imperial College London and an MSc in Environmental Engineering from Columbia University.
Britt Lyons, Principal, Commodities Management Group (CMG), Constellation
Britt Lyons delivers power and gas market and regulatory analytics, innovative deal structures, and execution strategies to educate and assist customers with energy procurement. Britt supports regional deals in New York as well as deals spanning ISOs nationally where Constellation does business. Britt has been with the company for 15 years; prior to her current position she sat on the New York pricing desk, supported special projects for M&A, and worked in various operational roles within the organization. She is a Pennsylvania native but has spent time living and working in our Baltimore, Houston, and most recently New York City offices. She is a graduate of the University of Pittsburgh and currently resides with her family in Philadelphia, PA.