Matthew Espy

Matthew Espy manages storage and transportation assets necessary for transporting gas to LNG terminals and in the community, he mentors students at e3 Civic High and through the Reality Changers program in San Diego, CA.

Check out how Matthew Espy, Gas Marketer II for Sempra LNG, lives our value of shaping the future inside and outside our company.

Q: Tell us about yourself! What are some of your interests and hobbies?

Pre-pandemic, after work I could usually be found at the zoo, at one of the museums in Balboa Park or at e3 Civic High in the library where I often do volunteer SAT prep.
I was particularly excited about the opening of the San Diego Symphony's Shell stage in Embarcadero Park last summer and hope I can attend some great concerts this summer.

Q: Tell us about your role and how long you've been with Sempra LNG.

I have worked in the operations center for just over six years where I currently am a natural gas marketer on our Gulf desk. Our role is to manage storage and transportation assets necessary for getting gas to LNG terminals.

Q: What do you enjoy most about your role? What do you find most rewarding?

What's enjoyable about my role is that it is a fast-paced adventure every day. We look at markets every morning and act quickly to deliver gas to different markets, while also keeping an eye on the big picture and long-term strategy. We find opportunities to grow the business and the results from that effort are seen daily.

Q: Which one of our values, do the right thing, champion people and shape the future, do you relate to the most and why?

The value I most identify with is shaping the future. In addition to volunteering at e3, I also mentor students through the Reality Changers program. My current mentee just gained admission to Stanford University, which he will attend in the fall. I think it is important to shape the future in that way and I appreciate that not only does Sempra match charitable donations but also that I am able to log my volunteer hours and Sempra will donate to charities based on volunteer hours as well.