U.S.-Asia Gas Partnership Webinar: Issues Facing Natural Gas Development in Asia – A Press Roundtable

The U.S.-Asia Gas Partnership (AGP) is a public-private partnership that aims to optimize gas network infrastructure planning and develop domestic gas markets across the Indo-Pacific region. AGP shares best practices in the development of secure, reliable, and economic sources of natural gas. AGP convenes a diverse set of stakeholders to optimize gas network infrastructure planning to develop domestic gas markets in Asia. AGP also supports strategic planning to promote the development of resilient and least-cost power systems that will continue to meet demand over time.

With a long-term vision to enable the creation of a regional gas market, AGP facilitates a shared understanding between government officials and the private sector about the technical, commercial, and economic factors that spur investment. To this end, as part of an ongoing webinar series on the innovative development of LNG markets in South and Southeast Asia, AGP is conducting a webinar on the Issues Facing Natural Gas Development in Asia from the perspectives of the media covering the issues.

Please note that the views and opinions expressed in this webinar are those of the presenters and do not necessarily reflect the official policy or position of any other agency, organization, employer, or company.


Sheila Hollis

Former Acting Executive Director, U.S. Energy Association
Of Counsel and Chair, Duane Morris (Ret.)

Sarah Blanford

Deputy Program Director
United States Energy Association

Tanvi Madhusudanan

Country Manager
U.S. Trade and Development Agency

Amanda Battersby

Asia Bureau Chief

Tim Daiss

Founder of APAC Energy Consultancy
Energy Markets Columnist for Asia Times Financial

Mollah Amzad Hossain

Energy & Power Magazine (Bangladesh)

Twesh Mishra

Principal Correspondent
Business Standard (India)