Natural gas production also a hot topic at third annual Energy Moving Forward forum
Just hours before the vice presidential candidates sparred in a lively debate on Thursday night, barely touching on energy policy, an equally spirited discussion struck on that very topic, courtesy of the third annual Energy Moving Forward forum.
The room was packed to hear the panelists
Don McClure, VP, Government & Stakeholder Relations & Legal, Encana Oil and Gas (USA) Inc. Read more
Second annual Energy Moving Forward forum attracts hundreds
Hundreds of energy professionals, academics and executives gathered Thursday at the Hyatt Regency Denver for the second annual Energy Moving Forward conference where experts debated the role of oil, gas and alternative fuels in a rapidly industrializing world.
Keynote speaker Robert Bryce, a journalist known for blunt talk and strident opinions, immediately launched into a tirade against a general public he claimed didn’t understand physics or math. Read more
DENVER – Some of the nation’s top energy leaders gathered Tuesday for a far-reaching series of debates and discussions on how to put the country on the road to a cleaner, safer and more energy independent future.
More than 400 people attended the first annual Energy – Moving Forward 2010 conference at the Sheraton Denver Downtown Hotel. The event, sponsored by the University of Colorado Denver Business School’s Global Energy Management (GEM) program, featured panel discussions on renewable energy, fossil fuels, the quest for a national energy policy and whether energy development and environmental concerns could ever be compatible. Read more