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LNGgc
14-16 October 2024
Hilton London Tower BridgeIn person & on-demand

Suzanne Ogle
President & CEO at Southern Gas Association
Speaker

Profile

Suzanne Ogle is the CEO of Southern Gas Association, one of the leading Natural Gas Associations in North America. Her expertise as a seasoned executive in sustainability and Environmental, Social, and Governance (ESG) has been featured in New York Times, Forbes, NBC, CBS, ABC Networks, Success Magazine, Energy Central, Oil & Gas News and more. Ogle’s insights regularly shape conversations within the energy sector and beyond and boasts more than two decades of experience at the forefront of social and business transformation.

As one of the leading women CEOs in the energy space Suzanne fosters a culture of open dialogue and practical problem-solving, eschewing blame in favor of collaborative solutions. She champions the importance of understanding the intricacies of the energy landscape, recognizing its pivotal role in powering grid reliability, and fostering resilient energy solutions. This includes being an advocate of renewable energies in what she refers to as the “Natural Advantage” strategy realizing that natural gas, wind, solar, nuclear, and hydro all work together towards America’s Energy 2050 plan. She outlined these plans in her popular white paper “Grit for The Grid: Power and Progress for 2050, Fostering Energy System Resilience, A Sensible Energy Policy, and Successful Energy Evolution”. A highly regarded expert on leadership and energy, she is a sought-after speaker whose expertise has been showcased at popular industry events around the globe.

Committed to shaping a future of attainable and sustainable domestic energy resources, regulations, and policy, Suzanne Ogle continues to be a driving force in the energy sector, advocating for pragmatic, lasting change.

Agenda Sessions

  • Panel: Biden’s US LNG pause: Will a short-term resolution have a long-term impact?

    11:30

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