Harry Vidas is a recognized authority on energy markets and forecasting. He leads a team of geologists, engineers, and economists to analyze North American and world natural gas and oil supply, transportation, and end use.
He has directed projects related to international oil and natural gas supply, gas processing, and LNG production; shipping, pipeline transmission, underground storage, gas-to-liquids processes; and synthetic fuels and end-use markets. He has worked in electric utility fuel use, price and capacity forecasting, and design and implementation of management information and planning systems. He has designed and implemented models to estimate expected future energy price distributions and optimum commodity sales portfolios.
In this webinar, ICF oil and gas supply experts will discuss technological advances in horizontal drilling and multistage hydraulic fracturing that have changed North American natural gas markets and are increasingly applied to tight oil production in the United States and Canada.
ICF International experts will deliver a variety of presentations at the upcoming 12th Annual Conference on Carbon Capture, Utilization, and Sequestration.
In this Energy and Environment Intelligence webinar, the discussion will focus on the recent growth in industrial projects and the potential for additional growth in U.S. industrial activity, its implications for gas demand, and potential economic impact across the U.S. economy.