Join Albuquerque Business First for the 2nd Annual New Mexico Energy Outlook Summit. This Summit will offer business leaders unique access to energy insights that will affect your company in the year to come.
- When: Thursday, November 12, 2015,7:30am-9:30am Add to my calendar
- Where: Sandia Resort & Casino: Ballrooms A&BAlbuquerque NM
- To register use this link–> http://www.bizjournals.com/albuquerque/event/115971#eventDetails
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The second annual New Mexico Energy Outlook will offer business leaders unique access to energy insights that will affect your company in the year to come. Beginning with a keynote by Dr. Daniel Fine, this session will focus on how the evolving landscape of the energy industry and the world’s demand for energy will affect our state and economy. The 30-minute presentation will be followed by a panel discussion featuring executives from the top companies in New Mexico’s energy landscape. Moderated by Albuquerque Business First Publisher Candace Beeke, the panel will be driven by audience questions.
- Dr. Daniel Fine, associate director, Center for Energy Policy
- ConocoPhillips senior executive
- Ron Darnell, senior vice president of public policy, PNM Resources
- Regina Wheeler, CEO, Positive Energy Solar
Session highlights include:
- The OPEC price war and how it impacts NM
- The price cycle for oil, natural gas and others, and outlook for prices
- Production capacity – where it is rising, where it is falling
- Outlook for employment in energy trades
- Impact of and future for renewable energy in NM
- Opportunities and challenges for the energy sector in NM as a whole
- How the energy sector will shape the broader economy
Dr. Daniel Fine
Center for Energy Policy
New Mexico Tech
Dr. Daniel Fine is the Associate Director of the New Mexico Center for Energy Policy and is a Senior Policy Analyst in the New Mexico State Department of Energy Minerals and Natural Resources.
He is a long time research associate at the Mining and Minerals Resources Institute (MIT). Fine is also a policy adviser on nonconventional oil and gas. He is co-editor of Resource War in 3-D: Dependence, Diplomacy and Defence, has contributed to Business Week, the Engineering and Mining Journal and the Washington Times. He has given testimony on strategic natural resources before the U.S. Senate Committees on Foreign Affairs and Energy and Natural Resources.
ABOUT NEW MEXICO CENTER FOR ENERGY POLICY
The New Mexico Center for Energy Policy (NMCEP) is the first community-centered response to the challenge of national energy security in the United States. Its location in Lea County reflects the New Mexico Southeast as a historic and contemporary source of energy production and technology. Energy policy-making in Washington and in state capitals is often limited to “witness” appearances from “locals”. Energy policy developed and promoted by an energy production community has been non-existent until now.
Registration & Networking | 7:30AM
Breakfast and Program | 8:00AM – 9:30AM
Sandia Resort & Casino has overnight accommodations at a reduced group rate of $159 until October 11, 2015. RESERVE OVERNIGHT ROOMS HERE.