U.S. liquified natural gas (LNG) growth has been rapid and impactful globally. The EIA forecast estimates U.S. LNG exports will average 12.1 billion cubic feet per day in 2023 and expects them to increase by an additional 5 percent in 2024, due in part to geopolitical uncertainties. Cheniere Energy has been a leader in that growth as the pioneer of US LNG from the lower 48.
Join us June 8th at WEN Houston's Energy Corridor Luncheon where Najla Jamoussi, Director of Global Fundamentals and Corporate Research at Cheniere, will give us an update on the LNG market and share her views on the role U.S. LNG has to play to satisfy global growth.
Director, Market Fundamentals - Global LNG of Cheniere Energy
Najla Jamoussi is currently Director of Global Fundamentals and Corporate Research at Cheniere Energy, the second largest Liquified Natural Gas producer globally. Najla has nearly two decades of industry experience and has held various analytical and managerial positions pertaining to financial analysis, corporate research, and LNG strategy. Najla is active in various international energy industry bodies and committees and is a staunch advocate of DEI initiatives. She earned a B.Sc. in Finance and an MBA from the University of Houston. Najla is married and has three daughters with whom she enjoys traveling and culinary tourism.