- The Secret Advantage



Learn about the benefits of investing in U.S. Oil Exploration
  Home > Oil Gas News > 13th Annual Energy Policy Conference to be Hosted in Denver, Colorado

13th Annual Energy Policy Conference to be Hosted in Denver, Colorado

"America’s Energy Future in a Global Economy" is the topic for the 13th annual energy policy conference that is proving to be of interest to industry, civic and legislative leaders nation-wide.

Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) August 5, 2005 -- "Energy is life!" are strong words from the IEPC 2005 Honorary Host Chairman Bill Barrett, CEO of the Bill Barrett Corporation. These words resoundingly ring true when one can take a step back and look at all that we as Americans have and utilize on a daily basis. The Energy Policy Conference or "IEPC" is a set forum for discussion and informative reviews from and about the energy industry, accompanied by the need for a comprehensive U.S. energy policy. Availability of reasonably priced energy is critical to economic and business development both in the United States and in other countries around the world. It also greatly impacts many other aspects of human development globally.

Founded in 1992 by Mark A. Stansberry, with initial support from The Oklahoma Royalty Company, IEPC has continued to grow stronger, and become an authoritative voice on energy issues and policy with every year that passes. "I am astounded each year by the growing interest. It is a topic that touches us all as Americans, and interest for the conference is world-wide," states Stansberry about the attendees that have ranged from Japan, China and the Middle East, Bulgaria, Mexico, and other countries amongst the larger U.S. attendees. "A few conferences ago, we actually had a representative from OPEC attend the conference, and asked if she might speak. It was quite unexpected, but a great addition to that years conference," remembers Stansberry.

This years conference will be in Denver, at the Denver Marriott Tech Center. It is set for September 8th, 2005. The speakers confirmed as of July 15th are Stephen Leeb, of Leeb Capital Management and author of the book "The Oil Factor" who will be the luncheon keynote. Others include Dr. Dobie Langenkamp from the University of Tulsa, Edward W. Blessing, the Managing Director of the Blessing Petroleum Group, Jim Sims, the Executive Director of the Western Business Roundtable, Mary Spruill, Executive Director of the National Energy Education Development, and John Tobin, the Executive Director of the Energy LITERACY Project.

Back to Oil Gas News