Coming May 23, 2018 to the University of Wyoming!

Join us for a well-rounded and engaging look at the future of energy in Wyoming, from building an energy-based economic ecosystem to what the future holds for carbon-based energy.

Including journalist and author Robert Bryce

The Case for Hydrocarbons, Gas Goes Global, and the Future of the Grid”

Robert Bryce will show how mainstream environmentalism depends on the dubious claim that the U.S. can be powered solely with renewable energy. He will also explain how the American shale revolution and the resulting export of U.S. liquid natural gas has created a global market for gas and what the new era of energy abundance means for the future of the U.S. electric grid.

“It’s time to move past the dogmatic view that carbon dioxide is evil and toward a world view that accepts the need for energy that is cheap, abundant and reliable.”

— Robert Bryce

Other featured speakers include:
Dr. Nick Cheney, visiting professor at UW and artificial intelligence researcher, on AI and the future of energy.
Christopher Matranga, National Energy Technology Lab researcher for the Department of Energy, on new research into possible uses for coal, including extraction of rare earth minerals.
Anastacia Dialynas, a Senior Natural Gas Analyst at Bloomberg New Energy Finance, on North American gas infrastructure, and a broad look at energy markets.
Dennis Ellis, Microsoft Techspark Wyoming Manager, on imagining and transforming the future of electrons in Wyoming.
Time and place:

Wednesday, May 23, 2018, 8 a.m.-6 p.m.

University of Wyoming Conference Center
2221 Grand Avenue
Laramie, WY 82070

Registration: $125 (This rate is available until Monday, May 21. Late registration is $140.)

Registration includes breakfast, lunch, and networking reception.

Lodging:

The Hilton Garden Inn in Laramie has a limited number of rooms available for a special rate of $145. To receive this rate, call the front desk at the Hilton: (307) 745-5500 and ask for the rate for the Wyoming Energy Summit. Book by May 8.

You may also reserve a room online for the special rate by following this link.

The Holiday Inn Laramie has a limited number of rooms available for $99 a night. To receive this rate, call 307-721-9000, and ask for the Wyoming Energy Summit rate. Book by May 8.