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19 May 2011


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6th Annual Global Energy Conference: The Future of Energy: Forces That Will Shape the Energy Industry Over the Next 10 Years

The energy industry continues to change at a rapid pace. There are new energy frontiers—both technologically and geographically which offer new ways of expanding the supply of energy resources around the world. New drilling techniques have unlocked gas trapped in tight shale formations; technology developments have improved and increased offshore drilling around the world; and serious doubts regarding the future of nuclear power abound following the aftereffects of the earthquake and tsunami in Japan. Together, these and other factors are changing the shape of the energy industry. Join us as our panelists explore these topics and offer insights into the future of the energy sector over the next 10 years.

Topics will include:

  • Shale Gas: Global Implications
  • Future of Offshore Drilling
  • Power Generation: A Look at the future of Power Markets – what role will renewables play? Will shale shake things up?
  • Overview of investment opportunities and legal regimes within Emerging Energy Markets with inside looks at Brazil, Angola, Colombia, Peru, Mexico, Iraq, Kurdistan, Vietnam and China

View Conference Agenda

Hilton Post Oak
2001 Post Oak Boulevard
Houston, TX 77056

Related Materials:
Presentation Slides (PDF)
Keynote Presentation by Dr. Michael Economides (PDF)
Opening Remarks by Jack Plunkett (PDF)

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