Denver Energy Dialogues
On June 2020, Energy Dialogues LLC, in collaboration with academic partners Colorado School of Mines and Payne Institute, proudly presented Denver Energy Dialogues.
Some of the topics included:
- How is COVID19 impacting the energy sector in Colorado and energy demand globally? How will the industry recover from a global demand shock? What longer-lasting changes are likely to occur?
- Can major natural gas buyers impact reduction in emissions, continued monitoring and high-standard clean natural gas from the wellhead?
- What technologies will help enable cleanest burning natural gas?
Managing Director & Partner, Boston Consulting Group
Executive Director Payne Institute, Colorado School of Mines
Principal, Boston Consulting Group
Director of Utility Policy, Colorado Energy Office
Community Relations Manager, Colorado Oil & Gas Conservation Commission
Global Director, Environmental Sustainability, Schlumberger
Senior Attorney, Energy, Environmental Defense Fund
Managing Director Energy Efficiency and Renewable Energy, Governor's Office of Energy Development, Utah
By Invitation Only
The City Series – Denver is an invitation-only event with limited capacity, yet aimed to be inclusive and all-encompassing by welcoming diverse viewpoints from participants within and outside of the industry for true debate, dialogue, and formation of solutions. This event was presented by Energy Dialogues LLC, a distinguished international alliance of energy leaders, and took place at the Colorado School of Mines – Payne Institute. Its objective was to bring subject matter experts, policymakers, socio-environmental representatives, and C-level leaders from all stages of the energy value chain together to connect and form partnerships through in-depth discussion of the energy market’s role in the economy and the world at large.
“An uncommon mix of expertise and perspectives.”
– Scott Canonico, Vice President Environment, Health and Safety, PDC Energy
“Great open dialogue at a time when it is most needed. Civility and collegiality, regardless of agenda, is refreshing to say the least.”
– Kyle Smith, Counsel, Bryan Cave Leighton Paisner
“Interesting day to get honest views, fears & worries for local oil & gas.”
– Hutch Hutchinson, Senior Fellow, Rocky Mountain Institute”