The opening day of the Energy Bar Association's Mid-Year Conference features extensive programming titled “An Industry and Economy in Transition.”
Political, technological, and regulatory forces have led to an evolution in the energy industry. Programs set for November 29 as well as November 30 will focus on how these forces have impacted the industry and what to expect in the coming year. The November 29 sessions will focus on the U.S. energy industry and its relationship with the global market; challenges to developing U.S. energy infrastructure in the current political, economic, and regulatory climate; the shifting fuel mix, renewable development, adherence to regulatory requirements, and ethical practice.
A full list of programming is available online at http://www.eba-net.org/docs/events/2012-Mid-Year-Conference-Program-Schedule.pdf?v=7.
Earlybird registration rates are available until November 12, 2012; Cancellation fees apply.
Separate pricing available for registrants attending both days of this two-day conference.
Ronald Reagan Building and International
1300 Pennsylvania Avenue NW
- Lisa Levine 202-223-5625
- CLE Credit
Government/Student/Academic Early Bird $150.00
Government/Student/Academic Regular $200.00
Government/Student/Academic Regular $300.00
Private Sector $750.00
Private Sector Early Bird $525.00
Private Sector Regular $575.00