Anatol Feygin

Cheniere Energy

Executive Vice President & Chief Commercial Officer

Anatol Feygin has served as Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer since September 2016. Mr. Feygin joined Cheniere in March 2014 as Senior Vice President, Strategy and Corporate Development. Mr. Feygin also currently serves as Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer of Cheniere Partners and as a director and Executive Vice President and Chief Commercial Officer of Cheniere Holdings. Prior to joining Cheniere, Mr. Feygin worked with Loews Corporation from November 2007 to March 2014, most recently as its Vice President, Energy Strategist and Senior Portfolio Manager. Prior to joining Loews, Mr. Feygin spent three years at Bank of America, most recently as Head of Global Commodity Strategy. Mr. Feygin began his banking career at J.P. Morgan Securities Inc. as Senior Analyst, Natural Gas Pipelines and Distributors. Mr. Feygin earned a B.S. in Electrical Engineering from Rutgers University and an M.B.A. in Finance from the Leonard N. Stern School of Business at New York University.

Sessions With Anatol Feygin

Thursday, 21 October

  • 11:30am - 12:00pm (IST) / 21/oct/2021 06:00 am - 21/oct/2021 06:30 am

    Integrating Gas & Renewables


    The Government of India has the ambitious goal to install 450 GW of renewable energy by 2030. With higher levels of renewable energy penetration that is inherently variable and intermittent, the need for thermal power generation plants will shift from "energy volume" or baseload to "energy option" or peaking resource. Among dispatchable thermal sources, gas offers a complete and versatile solution toward energy transition and power system flexibility. Globally, the role of gas is more notable in markets with high renewable penetration. How can gas and renewables play a complimentary role in fast-forwarding the energy transition of India’s power sector? With abundant and cost competitive coal supplies in India, can imported LNG compete in the power sector? How will the power sector ensure transformation of markets that allow for must-run status and zero renewable power curtailment? How can policies and regulations assess, analyze, and incorporate low-emissions factor of gas and renewable integration in the power mix? How can renewable and gas-based power industries be incentivized to support the case for clean and reliable power?