Executives from Pivotal LNG and Element Markets Will Address
How Regulations Impact LNG Transportation
Complicated regulations and financing processes often slow the transportation growth of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in the United States, with many experts asking what the future holds for transporting this renewable resource.
The C. T. Bauer College of Business at the University of Houston will host speakers to address this issue during the next Distinguished Leaders Series (DLS) of the spring semester. This free event will be held on April 2, with a discussion titled, “LNG and Transportation: A Look Into the Future.”
Presented by AGL Resources and their Houston-based companies, the DLS serves as an opportunity for exploring topical issues in business, with an emphasis on the energy industry.
A reception will be held in Cemo Hall at 5 p.m. before the 6 p.m. discussion. Click here to RSVP.
Senior Account Manager
Pivotal LNG, AGL Resources
David Jaskolski is a senior account manager for Pivotal LNG, a wholly-owned subsidiary of AGL Resources (NYSE: GAS). He brings more than 30 years of professional experience to his role developing and implementing strategic plans for key accounts in the commercial on-highway, construction, marine and petroleum and rail markets.
Before joining AGL Resources in 2010, Jaskolski held several leadership and account management positions in the heavy-duty truck, construction equipment and electrical power generation industry. In the natural gas industry, he is recognized as an expert in the use of liquefied natural gas as an alternative fuel for heavy-duty trucks.
Jaskolski holds a bachelor’s degree in Mechanical Engineering Technology from the University of Southern Mississippi. He has served on the board of directors for several state transportation associations.
Randall N. Lack
Chief Marketing Officer (CMO)
Element Markets LLC
Randall N. Lack serves as a chief marketing officer for Element Markets LLC. He has been a successful entrepreneur within the environmental commodity and alternative energy industries for more than a decade. In 2005, he co-founded Element Markets LLC, the leading developer and supplier of environmental commodities in North America. Upon founding the company, Lack served as the managing director over the Emissions and Greenhouse Gas Business, which is one of the largest in North America and was named “Emissions House of the Year” by Energy Risk in 2010.
Most recently, Lack has guided Element Markets in building one of the industry’s largest biomethane portfolios including landfill gas and anaerobic digestion projects. Lack’s extensive experience in structuring environmental commodity transactions including biogas, emissions, renewable energy credits, and greenhouse gases has eclipsed $1 billion in total transactions completed, which has led him to be recognized as one of the top executives in the environmental markets.
Lack is an acclaimed speaker and media resource in the areas of Biogas, Renewable Energy Credits, Greenhouse Gas Trading, Regional Emission Markets, and pending emissions legislation and was a founding board member for the Renewable Natural Gas Coalition.
Lack received his Bachelor of Business Administration, magna cum laude, from the University of Houston.
By Amanda Sebesta