The current climate of the US Energy industry is optimistic with the fortunes of the shale pioneers improving and LNG exports already underway.
This year's event focuses on the economic, trade and geopolitical implications of potential crude oil exports from the US and the risks for global energy security of placing too much hope on new energy abundance from the US shale boom. The Summit will also focus on the growing competitiveness of renewables, the implications of growing disinvestment from fossil fuels, and the shift for the relative balance of fossil fuels vs. clean energy in the country’s energy mix.
Chaired by Ed Crooks, US Industry and Energy Editor at The Financial Times
Early Bird Standard Rate: USD 895
Early Bird Gov't Rate: USD 495
Standard Rate: USD 1195
Gov't Rate: USD 695
From: May 14, 2015 08:00
To: May 14, 2015 17:00
TBD, New York City, 10013, New York City, United States