Friday, November 4, 2011
OKLAHOMA CITY – Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin is encouraging those interested in the future of American-made energy to attend the Governor’s Energy Conference this Wednesday, November 9. The conference will be held from 8 am to 4 pm at the Cox Business Center in Oklahoma City and is sponsored by the Office of the Oklahoma Secretary of Energy, the Meinders School of Business, and the Karl F. and June S. Martin Family Foundation.
“The Governor’s Energy Conference will feature some of the most impressive and innovative minds in the industry as well as key policy makers,” Fallin said. “This is a time for energy leaders to get together, learn from each other’s experiences and chart a path forward for Oklahoma’s energy future.”
The conference features input and presentations from leading natural gas industry executives, prominent national experts from MIT and the Colorado School of Mines, and other industry experts who will share their thoughts on current energy issues. Topics will include: new technologies, natural gas supplies, infrastructure issues, energy policy, environmental implications, and details on Oklahoma's natural gas, renewable energy and smart grid developments.
Those looking to register should contact Melissa Cory at (405) 208-5540. The individual registration cost is $150.
• Oklahoma Governor Mary Fallin
• Michael Ming, Oklahoma Secretary of Energy
• John Richels, CEO and President, Devon Energy
• Aubrey McClendon, Chairman of the Board and CEO, Chesapeake Energy
• Melanie Kenderdine, Executive Director, MIT Energy Initiative
• Peter B. Delaney, Chairman and CEO, OGE Energy Corporation
• John Krenicki, President and CEO, GE Energy
• Dana Murphy, Chairwoman, Oklahoma Corporation Commission
• Dr. John Curtis, Director of the Petroleum and Production Center, Colorado School of Mines
For more information, a complete program and list of speakers, click here.