Energy Summit focuses on future of energy
The half-day event will begin at 7:30 AM at the 1st National Bank Exhibition Hall at The Ranch in Loveland. The event will start with a breakfast keynote from the Founder and President of Mercator Energy LLC, John Harpole. Senior Economist Rayola Dougher from the American Petroleum Institute will be the lunch keynote.
The Energy Summit also will include two sets of concurrent sessions featuring panelists and moderators. These sessions will include Water Quality and Quantity, Technology and Education, New Energy Frontiers and Regulation: Facts and Figures.
Moderators for the sessions include Colorado State University civil and environmental engineering associate professor Ken Carlson, Weld County Commissioner Barbara Kirkmeyer, NCBR editor Jerd Smith, and America's Natural Gas Alliance Director of Business Development Paul Smith.
Advance tickets can be purchased before July 5 for $59. Attendees can register for the Energy Summit here. Sponsorship opportunities are available by contacting NCBR Sales Director Sandy Powell at firstname.lastname@example.org or 970-232-3144. Learn more here.
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