University of Colorado Denver | Lawrence Street Center | Terrace Room | 1380 Lawrence St. | Denver
The University of Colorado Denver Business School is proud to present its annual energy forum, Energy – Moving Forward 2012 (EMF 2012), on Thursday, October 11, 2012. In its third year EMF 2012, will bring energy professionals from all industry sectors to debate and discuss today’s most pressing energy topics. The Business School and GEM are proud to partner with Presenting Sponsor, Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc and media partner, the Denver Business Journal, to bring to the Rocky Mountain Region one of the most interactive and captivating energy conferences of the year.
The Business School is honored to present the keynote speaker for the event, Lawrence J. Makovich, respected energy expert and author of IHS CERA Multiclient Study Fueling North America’s Energy Future: The Unconventional Natural Gas Revolution and the Carbon Agenda.
Joining Mr. Makovich is an all-star list of energy experts who will address one of today’s hottest energy topics, the impacts of abundant natural gas. EMF 2012 will be using the same interactive format as in years past. Panelists will be interviewed by former ABC correspondent and HDNet Television’s World Report Correspondent, Greg Dobbs – promoting spirited discussion among panelists and audience members. The dialogue generated by the panelists and audience members will be reported in a special editorial section of the Denver Business Journal following the event. This is a powerhouse event you won’t want to miss!
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Keynote Speaker, Lawrence J. Makovich
IHS CERA Vice President and Senior Advisor for Global Power
An authority on electricity markets, regulation, economics, and strategy. His current research focuses on electric power market structures, demand and supply fundamentals, wholesale and retail power markets, emerging technologies, and asset valuations and strategies. Dr. Makovich is currently advising or has recently advised several large utilities in major strategic engagements.
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