The Hound | Jan 24, 2012
Oil, natural gas, fossil fuels what else? Never before in the history of the world have its inhabitants faced such an unknown and unstable energy market. Dependence on oil from the Middle East needs to be addressed for national security, jobs and health of the overall US economy. The Energy Investment Forum 2012 takes place January 25-26, 2012 at the Hyatt Regency in Austin, TX.
The purpose of the Forum will bring together the global experts in the field of energy to discern what the future holds and how pension funds, investment managers, can position themselves for the upcoming years. The Keystone Oil pipeline is a prime example. This could be a lifeline to the United States, create jobs, reduce the dependence on Middle East oils say advocates; but how much harm will it do to the environment and what is the investment return for companies involved?
The 2012 Energy Forum is mandatory for anyone in the decision making process of an investment account, especially on the trust and endowment side.
The energy conference will host representatives from America’s foremost family offices, foundations, high-net worth individuals and other institutions as they network with the industry’s most innovative private equity firms, venture capital firms, and other investment professionals in the energy space. Discussions on upcoming and current investment opportunities cover renewable energy investing, smart grids, oil and gas, green real estate, project financing, and other investment opportunities.
Technology, research, as well as relationships have evolved over the years and we are looking into an uncertain, but extremely exciting future!
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