The conference will take science and technology policies as a point of departure for an in depth look at energy challenges in a world of changing costs and technologies. Specific topics include: transportation (vehicle technologies and fuels); electricity markets and technologies for an efficient, low carbon future; oil and natural gas market security and reliability and economic development and energy poverty. The plenary session themes have been selected to reflect the key policy challenges and uncertainties for the North America and global energy economy, concurrent sessions will expand on these themes.
The conference will provide an opportunity
to learn more about future trends in the transportation
sector, the major driver of global oil demand.
The venue will provide ample space for technology
exhibits and occasion for networking and competitive
activities –- intellectual and sporting.
Transportation - Vehicle
Electricity Investment, Reliability, and Environmental Effects
Future Trends in Transportation
Regulatory or Market Economics: Which Really Maximizes Electric Utility Consumer Benefits?
Oil Market -
Security and Reliability
Crunch Time for North American Natural Gas: 2007 - 2012
Economic Development & Energy Poverty
and Technology Policy
Energy Company Executives
Energy Policy Analysts
Governmental Employees in
Energy Resource Planning
in Energy Policy and Analysis
Electricity Pricing and
Energy Company Planners
Economic Energy Risk
and Derivatives Specialists
Oil and Natural Gas Executives
Energy Rate Executives
Electric and Utility Supervisors
Energy Environmental Analysts
Geologists and Engineers