NORMAN, Okla., March 24, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2016 presidential election debates emphasize national security and the economy. However, it can be difficult to find thoughtful discussion about energy and energy policy.
Thoughtful, in-depth discussions on those topics will, however, be addressed during the Fourth Annual Energy Symposium, scheduled for Thursday, March 31, by the University of Oklahoma Price College of Business' Energy Institute.
"America's Future: The Role of Energy and Policy in Achieving Visionary Objectives," scheduled from 8:30am to 2pm at the National Weather Center in Norman, Oklahoma, will focus on how strategy for energy can assure a better future for national security, the economy and the environment.
The half-day event will feature 11 noted energy experts:
- Rusty Braziel
President, RBN Energy
- David Gompert
Former Principal Deputy Director, U.S. National Intelligence
- Joshua Landis
Professor and Director, Center for Middle Eastern Studies, University of Oklahoma
- Mark Mills
President, Digital Power Group
- Ed Morse
MD & Global Head of Commodities Research, Citigroup
- Hal Quinn
President and CEO, National Mining Association
- Divya Reddy
Director of Global Energy and Natural Resources, Eurasia Group
- Scott Sheffield
Chairman and CEO, Pioneer Natural Resources
- Bob Sheppard
Former Chief Executive Officer, Soma Oil & Gas
- Mark Snell
President, Sempra Energy
- Adam Sieminski
Administrator, Energy Information Administration
For more information and to register online, visit price.ou.edu/energysymposium. Symposium participation and lunch are complimentary. However, seating is limited.
If you cannot attend in person, visit the symposium livestream online: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TzmxFs0uVhs
Follow us on Twitter @EMBAOU for updates leading up to the Energy Symposium.
About the Energy Institute
Over the past century, the University of Oklahoma has excelled in energy education and research. The Price College of Business has focused on energy management education for more than 50 years. Price College formalized its leadership role in energy management education through the creation of the Energy Institute. Through education, research and outreach, the Energy Institute creates a platform for thought leadership and intellectual exchange on the intricate network of issues confronting today's energy businesses. For more information, visit price.ou.edu/energyinstitute.
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