Dallas, TX (PRWEB) March 16, 2006
Today, The International Society of The Energy Advocates officially announced the 14th Annual International Energy Policy Conference, scheduled to be held Monday, September 18th, at the Hilton Anatole Hotel in Dallas, TX. Along with the announcement, the Energy Advocates held a special chapter meeting announcing their new Vision 2010 agreed upon by the Board of Directors.
Mark A. Stansberry, President/Executive Director of the Energy Advocates, spoke at the meeting. “We couldn’t be more excited about our upcoming conference, which will be aided by the support of our Co-Host, the Greater Dallas Chamber of Commerce. We’re grateful that they have agreed to come on board as a Host Sponsor for this event,” Stansberry stated. “We’re also grateful for the support of Ed Blessing of Blessing Petroleum Group of Dallas, TX for agreeing to be our Host Chairman.”
In its fourteenth year, the International Policy Conference has previously been held in locations such as Oklahoma City, Tulsa, Denver, and Washington, D.C. Those who have been involved with the conference include Oklahoma Lieutenant Governor Mary Fallin, Oklahoma Corporation Commissioner Denise Bode, U.S. Senator Don Nickles, and Ambassador Jeane Kirkpatrick. More information about the conference can be found at http://www.energypolicyconference.com.
About The Energy Advocates: Since 1974, The Energy Advocates, a national organization, has provided energy education nationally. The Energy Advocates strongly support all forms of energy. Its’ Primary mission is to inform the general public about our vital energy industry and energy policy issues. To learn more about energy issues, and The Energy Advocates, visit http://www.energyadvocates.org.
About the IEPC: The conference was founded in 1992. The first conference was held at the University of Oklahoma. Mark A. Stansberry is the founder and founding company, The Oklahoma Royalty Company.
The conference has been hosted by The Oklahoma Royalty Company, The Energy Advocates, The State Chamber, The U.S.Department of Energy, Sarkey's Energy Center/University of Oklahoma, People to People International, The American Gas Association, Oklahoma Marginal Well Commission.
The 2003 conference was held in Washington, D. C., The 2004 was held in Tulsa, OK and the 2005 conference was hosted in Denver, CO. Dallas, TX is the 2006 host city.
Availability of reasonably priced energy is critical to economic and business development both in the United States and in other countries around the world. It also greatly impacts many other aspects of human development globally.
A unique format has been developed for this particular conference. The conference is a forum where you and your organization can give input as well as receive valuable information from specialists in the energy industry.