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Energy Moving Forward Forum

Energy Moving Forward Forum

Thursday, May 1, 2014 | Curtis Hotel | Denver

Energy—Moving Forward 2014

On Thursday, May 1, 2014, the Global Energy Management Program at the University of Colorado Denver Business School will host its 4th annual forum, Energy - Moving Forward 2014 (EMF 2014) at the Curtis Hotel in Downtown Denver.  EMF 2014 focuses on how the evolving landscape of the global energy industry as well as the world’s insatiable demand for energy offer the state of Colorado tremendous economic opportunities.  New threats come with these emerging opportunities and the playing field is changing (domestic/ international deregulation, exports of LNG and crude oil, the Keystone Pipeline, renewable energy alternatives, and shifting geopolitics, to name a few).  Can and should Colorado capitalize on these growing opportunities? What strategy does your organization have in place to respond to these global changes?

Competing on the global stage can be a high risk, high reward endeavor. This forum offers attendees the chance to engage in active dialogue with a diverse group of energy professionals, government officials and industry decision-makers to learn more about the potential risks and rewards that come with greater global market engagement.

The GEM Program is proud to partner with the City of Denver Office of Economic Development (OED) as well as presenting sponsor, Encana Oil & Gas (USA) Inc and media partner, the Denver Business Journal (DBJ) to bring together to the Rocky Mountain Region highly-respected thought leaders and experts to address this dynamic global dialogue.

Greg Dobbs, veteran TV journalist, will again moderate the forum engaging both panelists and audience members in a series of discussions regarding the potential gains and challenges for the state to compete on the world stage.  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.

Forum Details

Thursday, May 1, 2014
12:30 pm to 6:30 pm

The Curtis Denver Hotel
Marco Polo Ballroom
405 Curtis St.
Denver, CO 80202


Who Should Attend:  Professionals from the energy, technology, power and capital market sectors.  Policy makers, economic development leaders and government officials (local, state federal and international).  Students, alumni and university faculty.

Last date to register: Thursday, April 24, 2014

  • Individual registration:  $150
  • CU Denver student registration: $75

Expected Number of Attendees: 225

EMF 2014 offers attendees the chance to deepen their working knowledge on global energy markets and what opportunities the future holds.  

For more information contact: Malena Brohm, 303-315-8802 or




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