27th USAEE/IAEE North American Conference - September 16-19, 2007
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CONFERENCE OBJECTIVE

Continuous investment in new energy infrastructure is necessary to sustain a growing economy and reduce vulnerabilities to unanticipated events. In addition, new energy technologies are often cleaner than the older technologies they replace. In North America, a large amount of old infrastructure needs to be replaced with cleaner, more efficient facilities. 

Realizing these investments requires increased understanding of technical and economic fundamentals and improved communication between the industry, governments and the public.  Hence, the conference will address technology, socioeconomic, regulatory and  policy challenges and uncertainties for developing necessary energy infrastructure.  Conference themes include:  supply and access of hydrocarbons (conventional and unconventional); electricity markets and technologies for an efficient, low emissions future; legal and regulatory considerations; alternative energy and efficiency opportunities; human capital needs and constraints; associated science and technology challenges; and energy reporting and education on energy matters. 

The conference will also feature technical tours, workshops, public outreach and student recruitment sessions to enhance the understanding of technical underpinnings of the energy industry infrastructure and to expand communication between sector professionals and the public.

cONFERENCE THEMES
  • LNG

  • Supply and Access

  • Future Trends in Transportation

  • Legal and Regulatory Considerations

  • Alternative Energy & Efficiency

  • Science and Technology Policy

  • Electricity Markets, Infrastructure

  • Other Delivery Infrastructure

  • Energy Trading
  • Human Skills
  • Energy Reporting and Education

WHO SHOULD ATTEND?

Energy Company Executives
and Managers

Energy Policy Analysts

Governmental Employees in
Energy Resource Planning

Academics Specializing
in Energy Policy and Analysis

Electricity Pricing and
Market Analysts

Energy Consultants

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

Environmentalists

Energy Journalists

 

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  SUPPORTED BY:
USAEE
IAEE
 
 

FOR MORE INFORMATION :

Conference Secretariat
USAEE/IAEE Headquarters
28790 Chagrin Blvd.,
Suite 350
Cleveland, OH 44122 USA
Tel: 216-464-2785
Fax: 216-464-2768
 
 

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