Energy has been a key issue in races across the country leading up to the 2014 midterms. And newly elected leaders - including the new Senate majority - are already talking about moving forward on a variety of energy policy issues in the new Congress.
On Thursday, November 13, The Hill hosted a discussion of what's next in the energy sector — from advancements in industry to the policy agendas of the new Congress and the White House in the coming year.
Rep. JOHN SHIMKUS (R-IL-15)
Rep. MARC VEASEY (D-TX-33)
Rep. ED WHITFIELD (R-KY-01)
Participating Energy Leaders & Experts Include:
KEVIN BOOK, of Washington DC's ClearView Energy Partners, shared a look ahead at the economic events and policy decisions that will influence investment in the energy industry over the next five years.
JENNIFER DLOUHY, of The Houston Chronicle, will shared an outlook on the oil and gas business and leaders to watch in light of the midterm election results.
JACK GERARD, President & CEO of American Petroleum Institute, gave his take on America's "energy renaissance" and how the industry can be a key driver of economic growth.
TOM HASSENBOEHLER, Majority Chief Counsel for the House Energy & Commerce Committee, and RYAN BERNSTEIN, Chief of Staff to Senator John Hoeven (R-ND) offered a peek at the energy policy priorities and agenda for the new 114th Congress.
MARK MILLS, Senior Fellow at Manhattan Institute for Policy Research, discussed how technological advancements are transforming the energy industry.
HEATHER ZICHAL, former Deputy Assistant to the President for Energy & Climate Change, provided a former insider's insights into the energy agenda for the remainder of the Obama Administration's term.
Sponsored by: Energy Tomorrow