AmCham Energy Committee Meeting – April
For AmCham Members Only
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|3:10 pm||Approval of March Meeting Minutes|
Speaker: Gonzalo Cabrera, Co-Lead of the Hydrogen Taskforce at the Association of International Energy Negotiators (AIEN)
Topic: Examining the LNG and Hydrogen potential in Asia from a Major Producer’s Perspective
Energy News, Policy Review, and Discussion:
|3:55 pm||Update from James Ollen, Executive Director, AmCham Vietnam|
|4:00 pm||Meeting Adjourned|
Gonzalo Cabrera is an accomplished LNG & Hydrogen Marketing executive with 20+ years of experience with energy super-majors delivering commercial viability in geographically disparate environments.
Since 2021, Gonzalo stepped into various Advisory Roles at the Club of Engineers of South Africa and as an independent specialist Consultant, he was appointed Senior Energy Portfolio Advisor with Shell in Singapore, where he reimagined global LNG and methanol value chain integration and he was recently appointed to co-lead the Hydrogen Taskforce at the Association of International Energy Negotiators.
He is currently Honorary Representative of Buenos Aires City Government in Singapore, forming relationships with Government, investors, and universities across innovation, sustainable energy and climate change.
Previously, as General Manager with Mozambique LNG between 2016 and 2020, Gonzalo leveraged his background building an operational LNG trading floor, to lead the start-up of Mozambique LNG’s Singapore commercial office, systems, and personnel. He secured 11 MTPAs of long-term LNG sales to Asian and European markets, achieving FID for this US$20B Mozambique LNG project.
Earlier in his career, as Head of LNG Portfolio Analysis with the Qatargas Operating Company Limited, Gonzalo evaluated and developed commercial opportunities and provided fiscal guidance to regional directors.
Prior to this, in 2006 Gonzalo was promoted to Risk Manager with Eni UK Limited, reviewing trading activities, P&L developments and risk, expanding the client portfolio 33% with an enhanced risk profile.
Fluent in English, Italian, and Spanish, Gonzalo holds an MBA from Eni Corporate University Italy and a Bachelor of Science (Industrial Engineering) from the University of Buenos Aires.