WASHINGTON, Sept. 20, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- The Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security is pleased to announce it will be hosting its first Forecasting Global Energy Geopolitics and Markets conference on September 26, 2017. The conference will be held at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School in Washington, D.C. (1620 L St. NW), beginning at 9:30AM and ending with a lunch reception at 12:15PM.
The conference will focus on the global energy situation specific to U.S. and international security and stability, as well as its effect on U.S. and international markets and businesses. The keynote address by renowned Professor Paul Michael Wihbey will cover the dramatic change in the global energy landscape attributable to the massive increase in North American productive capacity, the Trump Administration's energy policy as it relates to national security, various hotspots around the world that weigh on national security calculations and strategy, and more.
Following the keynote speaker will be an analysis of the national and international security implications of the global energy situation from a military perspective. This will lead into an expert panel of distinguished speakers who have experience in political governance, high-level defense and energy policy, combat in wartime, and the private sector petroleum industry.
The conference will feature leaders in the fields of energy, international politics, and national security, including:
- Paul Michael Wihbey: Partner at CAN-AM Strategic Advisory, Adjunct Professor at the University of Port Harcourt – Nigeria.
- Preston McLaughlin, Colonel, USMC (Retired): Professor of Military Strategy at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School.
- The Honorable Dave Hancock: Former Premier of Alberta Province, Canada.
- Tom Cosentino, Brigadier General, US Army (Retired): Former Commandant of the National War College, Chief Operating Officer of Business Executives for National Security.
- Wallace C. Gregson, Lieutenant General, USMC (Retired): Senior Director for China and the Pacific at the Center for the National Interest.
- Robert Fee: Chief of Staff and Acting Senior Vice President of External Affairs at Cheniere Energy.
- Dr. Michael Sharnoff: Associate Professor of Middle Eastern Studies and Director of Regional Studies at the Daniel Morgan Graduate School.
Forecasting Global Energy Geopolitics and Markets is organized and hosted by the Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security. For more information on the conference, including how to register, please visit this link.
About Daniel Morgan Graduate School:
Established in 2014, the Daniel Morgan Graduate School of National Security is a new, independent, non-profit graduate school in downtown Washington, DC that specializes in tailoring its graduate degree programs to the specific needs of our students who are serving or seeking a career in the US national security community.
Its three Master's programs (Intelligence, National Security, and Information Operations) provide the framework through and in which students can advance themselves academically, personally and professionally. A practitioner-scholar faculty impart and ensure optimum understandings of real world events, and a strong cadre of visiting instructors supplements the classroom experience through simulation and presentation.
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