Recent developments in energy markets suggest that we may be entering a new phase, with demand increasing more rapidly than supply, putting continued upward pressure on prices. Although technological advances continue to extend our capabilities, additional constraints - most notably the global climate challenge - are complicating the picture and adding to uncertainties. And while low-carbon approaches including renewable energy technologies, biofuels, nuclear energy and carbon capture and sequestration offer significant promise, they also pose new challenges for policymakers.
The 32nd Annual IAEE conference will assemble prominent scholars and experts from around the world to explore, discuss and debate the challenges facing the global energy sector and offer solutions. The conference aims to bring into focus a host of topics that are of interest both to energy consumers and producers, be it oil and natural gas, transportation fuels, or electricity.
This timely and topical conference, to be held in San Francisco 21-24 June 2009, is designed to bring together energy practitioners, industry professionals, regulators, policymakers, researchers and scholars engaged in all aspects of the energy sector to exchange views, network and collaborate. This conference promises to be as big as its theme, "Energy, Economy, Environment: The Global View."
Attorneys Specializing in Energy
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 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