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2018 EIA Energy Conference Presentations

Leaders from industry, government, and academia turned out for EIA's 2018 Energy Conference, June 4 and 5, at the Washington Hilton in Washington, DC, to discuss current and future challenges facing domestic and international energy markets and policymakers.

Links to their presentations are provided below.

picture of Mark W. Menezes picture of Greg L. Armstrong picture of Kevin J. McIntyre picture of John Kemp

Mark W. Menezes
Under Secretary of Energy

Greg L. Armstrong
Chair, National Petroleum Council Chairman and
CEO, Plains All American Pipeline

Kevin J. McIntyre
Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

John Kemp
Senior Market Analyst
Commodities and Energy
Reuters News

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Opening keynote

  • Linda Capuano, U.S. Energy Information Administration, Administrator
  • Greg L. Armstrong, Chair, National Petroleum Council Chairman and CEO, Plains All American Pipeline
    Keynote remarks

Plenary session

Lunch keynote

Technological progress in U.S. tight oil production

Electricity industry in transition

The growing importance of U.S. petroleum and LNG exports

Energy efficiency of buildings as a competitive factor

Morning keynote

  • Mark W. Menezes, Under Secretary of Energy
  • Kevin J. McIntyre, Chairman, Federal Energy Regulatory Commission

Autonomous vehicles and their expected impact on travel demand and energy consumption

Downstream oil and natural gas development in Appalachia

The future of India’s energy economy

Water-for-energy: The state of current data and near-term options

Hidden gems, sneak-peek previews, and backstage secrets of EIA.gov

Future directions for EIA’s consumption and efficiency data program

  • Chip Berry, U.S. Energy Information Administration
  • Bill McNary, U.S. Energy Information Administration
  • Eileen O'Brien, U.S. Energy Information Administration
  • Maggie Woodward, U.S. Energy Information Administration

Current market and future outlook for energy storage

A preview of new capabilities and improvements for the International Energy Outlook 2019

  • Ari Kahan, U.S. Energy Information Administration
  • Michael Cole, U.S. Energy Information Administration

Developing and enhancing worldwide energy data

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