The program for UT Energy Week 2020 is inspired by the energy visions and uncertainties we face entering 2020. This year’s panelists will discuss solutions to global energy issues, including critical minerals, geopolitics, advanced fuels, energy policy in developing nations, the role of the United States and the corporation in international agreements, and more. UT students also will showcase their energy research in a poster competition organized by the Longhorn Energy Club.
All conference participants are invited to join the networking reception with UT students and Energy Week sponsors at 5:00 pm on February 18th.
For more, read the full conference program and visit the UT Energy Week website. We hope to see you there!
UT Energy Week is organized by the Longhorn Energy Club in collaboration with the University’s Energy Institute, and is supported by the KBH Center for Energy, Law & Business and the McCombs Energy Initiative, along with UT Austin schools and colleges engaged in energy-related research. A second student organization, the Texas Journal of Oil, Gas, and Energy Law at the University of Texas Law School, will also host two days of continuing legal education courses during the weeklong event.