Gas/Electric Partnership
The principal focus of the Gas/Electric Partnership is planning of gas/liquids infrastructure from the wellhead through transmission, with emphasis on compression facilities. Gas pipeline interfaces with power are especially important where electricity is used to drive compressors and gas is supplied for power generation.   

The 2017 Gas/Electric Partnership conference XXV will be held February 8-9, 2017 in Houston at Kinder Morgan and CenterPoint Energy towers.

The preliminary agenda is shown on page 2-3 of this announcement with registration on page 4,


The 2016 Gas/Electric Partnership conference XXIV was held in Houston, February 3-4, 2016, featuring ----

        OIl & Gas Price Forecast Roundtable with premier energy forecasting and strategic planning firms
        Gas Pipeline Roundtable impacts on infrastructure and how gas pipelines will respond
        Clean Air Issues and Gas vs Electric Compression.
A New FERC Policy on Pipeline Modernization Cost Recovery of interest to gas pipelines and equipment manufacturers

        Presentations and roundtables, with pdf files for downloading may be viewed by clicking on the following session topics:

Macroeconomic Drivers of Change
Changes in Pipeline Systems
Compressors & Drives
Offshore Developments
Technology Updates


Archives of presentations at past annual Gas/Electric Partnership conferences are available for downloading.

2015 Gas/Electric Partnership conference
2014 Gas/Electric Partnership conference
2013 Gas/Electric Partnership conference
2012 Gas/Electric Partnership conference

2011 Gas//Electric Partnership conference
2010 Gas/Electric Partnership conference  

2013 Offshore Power & Rotating Equipment conference


2010 Dallas Workshop