Latin America Energy Forum 2018 [Promoted Content]
Feb 07, 2018
On 1-2 March 2018, the Latin America Energy Forum will take place at the Marriott Marquis Hotel in Washington DC to address the needs of the evolving Latin America energy sector. The second edition of the forum will explore the evolution of the region’s energy mix and the role of gas in support of the expanded use of nonconventional renewables. With the participation of government leaders from the United States and Latin America, as well as senior decision makers from the most relevant companies in the industry, this meeting is the ideal platform to:
•Meet and hear from energy ministers and the power developers who are looking to increase investments in those markets.
• Meet credible stakeholders to find out about new deals that are currently taking place.
• Take advantage of a unique opportunity by attending the Washington D.C. based summit, the only meeting dedicated exploring US – LATAM energy relations and investment opportunities behind government strategies on both sides.
• Network with more than 750+ high profile executives in the energy industry. The Latin America Energy Forum is co-located with EnergyNet’s well-established Powering Africa Summit. Last year the two co-located meetings together brought the major players in the global energy sector ad sponsors including: IFC, Inter-American Development Bank, Shell, Exxon Mobil, Total, Cheniere, AES Corporation, Gas Natural Fenosa, Man Diesel & Turbo, Wärtsillä, Modec, Nordex, Acciona, Mott Macdonald, Caterpillar, Standard Bank, Denham Capital, Deloitte, Aggreko, Schneider Electric, SolarReserve, Manitoba Hydro International, Chint, Groupo Energia De Bogota, Contugas, ERM, Metka, Clifford Chance, Norton Rose Fulbright, Akin Gump, Cubillos Evans and many others.
• Both meetings will share the same exhibition and networking areas and all delegates will also have access to a non- geo specific conference stream of workshops hosted by leading tech providers.
To register your place please click here: or to require further information please write to LATAM: [email protected]