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Why attend


Be part of the most exclusive, senior-level gathering of energy industry players focused on the Permian Basin.


Amidst current geo-political tensions and global oil and gas supply-demand imbalances, the Permian Basin, with its abundant energy resources and production potential, is well positioned to be a main driver of growth in US oil and gas production.

Join a diverse, yet highly curated gathering of senior-level executives representing all aspects of the energy industry. Take part in real, impactful dialogue – enabling collaborative, solutions-focused conversations including:

  • Current and future production outlook in the context of volatile prices, stringent infrastructure requirements and increasing global demand
  • A high level overview and dynamic discussion on both Texas and New Mexico’s regulatory environment, cooperation opportunities between public and private sectors to improve regulatory framework and permitting process
  • M&A trends: strategies to address the widening gap between major and smaller operators, consolidation opportunities and investment best practices
  • Emissions reduction plans and carbon offset programs – what operators are doing to effectively meet their ESG and emission reduction targets across their Permian operations 
  • Effective programs and strategies implemented to attract and retain a highly skilled workforce to the energy sector 
  • The impact of the 2019 Produced Water Act of New Mexico on water consumption and recycling efforts in the Permian Basin


Join C-Suite, SVPs, VPs, decision-makers and thought leaders from across the industry as well as policymakers, regulators, environmental and community groups to address challenges and opportunities collectively.

Participate in a confidential, ‘safe’ discussion forum, through facilitated exclusive networking and open discussion via Chatham House Rule roundtables to foster true collaboration to devise solutions, build broader coalitions and find effective pathways forward.

Have real impact on the future of the Permian basin, form concrete ideas and solutions in making the region a sustainable model for the industry, community, environment, and economy.

Amplify the impact energy professionals can have in navigating the course of the energy transition by working together and forming strong and long lasting connections.

Influence and educate legislators, regulators and policy advisors as a collective and gain insight on what their plans are so you can effectively plan for the future.

Discover how decarbonization goals, rising energy demand and investment trends are impacting oil and gas producers in the Permian Basin.

  • What I found special was the variety of viewpoints ranging from large energy companies, government leaders, regulators, environmentalists, academics, service companies (including environmental technology firms), capital providers/advisors and independent operators like me. No media is permitted and it is a collaborative environment with breakout sessions during the day to encourage collaboration and honest exchange.

    Steven H. Pruett, President and Chief Executive Officer, Elevation Resources

  • diverse group of industry and academic visionaries constructively debating the sector’s greatest challenges.

    Rick Azer, Associate Vice President, Growth Accelerator, Black & Veatch

  • The Energy Dialogues provides a great forum for free thinking and the exchange of ideas in a room full of smart people.

    Karr Ingham, Petroleum Economist, Executive Vice President, Texas Alliance of Energy Producers

  • Very engaged and in depth discussion to dig into the topics. More than just sound bites.

    Suzanne Glatz, Director, Strategic Initiatives & Interregional Planning, PJM Interconnection

  • Thoughtful and collaborative discussions about the state of energy today and more importantly tomorrow.

    Pamela Roth, Vice President Government Relations, EOG Resources