The fall 2018 Energy Briefing Series kicks off August 22nd at Noon with a presentation by Christopher Guith, Senior Vice President at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce’s Global Energy Institute (Energy Institute). From Sage Grouse to Jordan Cove, many policy decisions “inside the beltway” affect energy development in communities such as Grand Junction. Gain insights into those policy discussions and how the mid-term elections may impact them with this presentation.
Guith is responsible for developing the Energy Institute’s policies and initiatives as they apply to the legislative, executive, and regulatory branches of the federal and state governments. Specifically, Guith leads the development of the Energy Institute’s policies and messaging relating to oil and natural gas and nuclear energy. He led the Chamber’s Shale Works for US campaign, which analyzed and promoted the widespread benefits of shale energy development in America. He is also a past presenter in the Energy Briefing Series and an audience favorite in evaluations of the program.
As noted previously, The Chamber Energy Committee is offering a “season pass” for the energy briefing series with all four presentations, including this one available at a cost of $50, which is a savings of $10 off the per session price.
The passes are also transferable so if you cannot attend you can have someone attend in your stead. Energy Briefings are sponsored by Shear, Inc. and HRL Compliance Solutions, Inc. with additional support from Munro Supply, Inc.
To purchase a fall energy briefing series pass, email Candace@gjchamber.org.