EIA Energy Conference

 

2017 EIA Energy Conference

June 26–27, 2017

Washington Hilton • Washington, DC

Don’t miss this opportunity to learn firsthand about the current trends and key developments affecting energy at the state, national, and global level. The 2017 EIA Energy Conference will feature leaders from the coal, petroleum, natural gas, electric, renewable, and nuclear energy sectors.

Hear from the policymakers shaping energy legislation and regulations, company executives developing and transporting energy resources, researchers finding energy solutions, and entrepreneurs pushing the latest energy technologies.

  • Expert speakers from across the energy industry: Learn about new opportunities and challenges for energy suppliers and consumers. Changing technologies, regulations, and suppliers are likely to emerge over the next several years. Hear from many of the people that will shape those changes and influence energy markets over the next decade.

  • Plenary sessions and breakout panels: Connect with regulators, executives, and researchers. Hear how they are collaborating across the energy supply chain. Their efforts to modernize and increase efficiency are redefining business processes and operations throughout all energy sectors.

  • Networking opportunities: Discuss common concerns, develop new relationships, gain insights, and share perspectives with more than 900 energy stakeholders. (Fun fact: The EIA Energy Conference has attendees from all 50 states.)

  • Product demonstrations: Discover EIA’s suite of online capabilities designed to help you find, aggregate, and analyze energy data. Make decisions about your research, business, or policy positions using EIA’s impartial and independent data and analyses.

Keynote speakers

picture of Alex Laskey picture of Scott Sheffield picture of Dr. Sun Xiansheng picture of Chairman Greg Walden

Alex Laskey
President and Founder
Opower

Scott Sheffield
Executive Chairman of the Board
Pioneer Natural Resources

Dr. Sun Xiansheng
Secretary General
International Energy Forum

Greg Walden
Chairman
U.S. House Energy and Commerce
Committee

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