CERA energy conference begins in Houston

08 March 2010 23:44  [Source: ICIS news]

HOUSTON (ICIS news)--Cambridge Energy Research Associates’ (CERA) annual energy conference began on Monday with a focus on unconventional energy sources, financial turmoil and climate change, according to conference officials.

CERAWeek was expected to bring together 2,200 people, including policy makers, energy executives and financial technology leaders from more than 55 countries, according to conference literature.

The theme for the week-long conference is “Energy: Building a New Future”.

CERAWeek Conference speakers include Khalid Al-Falih, president of Saudi Aramco, US energy secretary Steven Chu, Dow Chemical chief executive Andrew Liveris, and ConocoPhillips’ chairman James Mulva.

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By: Steven McGinn
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