On August 7, The Heartland Institute will host its second America First Energy Conference (AFEC 2018) in New Orleans, Louisiana, one of the key states for America’s energy and refinery industry. The conference will feature approximately 30 speakers from government, industry, academia, and other think tanks speaking on 10 panels and three plenary sessions. Between 300 and 400 people are expected to attend, the aim being to attract state legislators, congressional staff, state think tank leaders, and private sector government relations and policy analysts.
Heartland explain, "The purpose of this event is to promote and expand energy freedom in the United States, as outlined in President Donald Trump’s bold America First Energy Plan, a proposal first released during the 2016 presidential campaign. The president’s plan marks a decisive change in direction from the Obama administration’s “war on fossil fuels” and focus on the theory of catastrophic man-caused climate change."
Click here to learn more about the event.
The conference is being held in two ball rooms, Grand Ballroom B and Grand Ballroom D, as described in the schedule of events here. Both rooms have cameras and the entire event will be live-streamed at AmericaFirstEnergy.org.
Watch sessions held in Grand Ballroom B below:
Watch sessions held in Grand Ballroom D below:
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August 5, 2018 at 07:53PM