Please join us on April 5, 2013, 11:45 AM -7:00 PM, for the Energy Forward Conference at the Gleacher Center, Chicago
Dan Pickering is the Co-President of Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co., a ~145 person Houston-based energy investment and merchant banking firm with offices in New York, London and Denver. He is currently the Chief Investment Officer and oversees TPH’s energy-focused fund business – TPH Asset Management (TPHAM). Dan has spent 20 years as an energy […]
2013 Keynote: William Von Hoene, Chief Strategy Officer and Senior Executive VP of Exelon Corporation
William A. Von Hoene, Jr., 59, oversees corporate development, corporate strategy, legal, regulatory, government affairs, investments and communications for Exelon, the nation’s number one competitive energy provider. He previously served as executive vice president, Finance and Legal, of Exelon. Von Hoene joined Exelon in February, 2002 and has held numerous positions before assuming his current […]
As CEO, Paul J. Gaynor is responsible for the strategic direction and overall management of First Wind. Mr. Gaynor has more than 20 years of experience in the energy field, encompassing leadership and finance roles in the energy, power, and pipeline sectors. In addition, he has been engaged in several landmark energy and power financings across […]
Power generation plays a critical role in the world’s future. How will nuclear power participate moving forward given the recent events in Japan? How will traditional versus renewable fuel sources fill in the equation? What innovations in power generation and the utilities landscape should we be focused on?
Leaders in the venture capital and private equity sectors will discuss innovative new ideas and technologies, creative approaches to established energy issues, and future entrepreneurial trends and opportunities. This panel will also build an understanding of the myriad practical considerations that must be successfully addressed in order to succeed in this high risk environment.
Solar, hydro, wind, geothermal, biofuels… these are but some of the many forms of renewable energy generation that are growing to represent a significant percentage of global energy supply. In an ever changing landscape heavily influenced by both market conditions and government policies, which technologies will win out, and why?
The topic for the oil and gas panel will be “Unconventional Resources, Energy Independence and Resource Nationalism.” The panel will cover potential US exports, new infrastructure needs and investments, the impact of rising oil a nd gas production in the US, as well as regulatory issues and concerns about unconventional production.