The sulphur world is constantly shifting. TSI brings you expert individuals to share the latest market information, projects in sulphur, and global predictions. Whether it is a review of leading industry practices or an analysis of the sulphur and sulphuric acid supply and demand forecast, our speakers incorporate information on the entire industry value chain.
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Please contact Sarah Amirie with any questions regarding the speaker program.
Meena Chauhan is a Research Manager in the Argus Fertilizer Consulting team, with over 12 years of experience in sulphur and sulphuric acid market analysis. She edits Argus Sulphur Analytics and Argus Sulphuric Acid Analytics. Meena was at Integer Research prior to joining Argus Media and also spent several years as a sulphur market analyst and price reporter at other companies. She regularly presents on the sulphur and sulphuric acid markets at major industry events around the world.
Dr. Rachel Meidel
Rice University’s Baker Institute for Public Policy
Dr. Rachel A. Meidl, CHMM, serves as the Fellow in Energy and Environment at Rice University's Baker Institute and has extensive experience in industry, government, and international relations. Previously, she held roles such as Deputy Associate Administrator at the U.S. Department of Transportation's Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration. Dr. Meidl's research concentrates on sustainability, circular economy, policy and law related to hazardous waste life cycle management, and environmental regulations for chemical treatment, storage, disposal, and transportation. With a Ph.D. in law and public policy, she combines over 20 years of expertise in industry, academia, and public service, contributing significantly to regulatory and policy advancements in areas such as the Toxic Substances Control Act and hazardous waste management.
Peter Harrisson leads CRU's sulphur and sulphuric acid team. He has worked on CRU's sulphur/sulphuric acid analysis since joining the company in early 2011. He also works across other nutrient areas, including both market and cost analysis. Prior to joining CRU, he completed a PhD in Industrial Chemistry at Durham University.
Dr. Georgy Egorov
Professor of Managerial Economics & Decision Sciences
Kellogg School of Management
Georgy joined Kellogg School of Management in 2009 after receiving his PhD in Economics from Harvard University. At Kellogg, he has taught Microeconomic Analysis and Crisis Management, among other subjects. His research interests include functioning of democratic and non-democratic governments and the interplay of market and non-market strategies in firms, and his articles are published in leading economic and political science journals. In 2018, Georgy received the Social Choice and Welfare prize.