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LNG 2023 - Vancouver 

10-13 July 2023
Vancouver Convention Centre
B.C. Canada

Chevron and Qatar Energy


LNG 2023

Jonathan Stern

Jonathan Stern

Distinguished Research Fellow, Oxford Institute for Energy Studies (OIES) 

Jonathan Stern founded the OIES Gas Research Programme in 2003 and was its Director until October 2011 when he became its Chairman and a Senior Research Fellow, he became a Distinguished Fellow in October 2016. He is an honorary professor at the Centre for Energy, Petroleum & Mineral Law & Policy, University of Dundee; Fellow of the Energy Delta Institute and a Distinguished Research Fellow of the Institute of Energy Economics, Japan (in Tokyo). From 2011-16 he was the EU Speaker of the EU–Russia Gas Advisory Council. He is the author and editor of several books, including: Natural Gas in Asia: The Challenges of Growth in China, India, Japan and Korea, the second edition of which was published by OUP in 2008; co-editor with Bassam Fattouh of Natural Gas Markets in the Middle East and North Africa (OUP, 2011); and editor of, The Pricing of Internationally Traded Gas (OUP, 2012), editor of The Future of Gas in the Gulf: continuity and change (OIES, 2019). He is author of two chapters in: eds. Anne-Sophie Corbeau and David Ledesma, LNG Markets in Transition: the Great Reconfiguration, published by OIES and KAPSARC in 2016. His most recent papers published by the Institute in 2020 and 2022 are: Narratives for Gas in Decarbonising European Energy Markets, Challenges to the Future of LNG: decarbonisation, affordability and profitability; Methane Emissions from Natural Gas and LNG Imports: an increasingly urgent issue for the future of gas in Europe; Measurement, Reporting, and Verification of Methane Emissions from Natural Gas and LNG Trade: creating transparent and credible frameworks; and Greenhouse Gas Emissions from LNG Trade: from carbon neutral to GHG-verified.