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Our Energy Transition

The Union league

of Philadelphia

October 25th, 2019

 
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An Annual event

The Wharton Energy Conference

Established in 2007, the Wharton Energy Conference (WEC) is now one of the largest energy conferences in the Northeast, and the premier event organized by an MBA student body. The WEC promotes dialogue and creates connections between current and future leaders across the energy landscape.

 
 
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Schedule of Events

Keynote Speeches, Panels, and Networking

Immerse yourself in the diverse fields of the energy industry. Distinguished professionals in the energy space will talk about what’s going on now, what our global energy future looks like, and how we’ll get there.

 
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2018 conference morning keynote : bruce l. niemeyer (chevron)

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2018 Conference Co-Chairs

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2018 conference panel : Oil major’s strategy

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2018 conference afternoon keynote : alan thomson (bcg)

 
 
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panel tracks

Our Energy Transition

We couldn’t be more honored to host some of the most interesting and distinguished professionals as they provide insight into this critical point in our energy transition. Our global energy ecosystem stands at the forefront of a revolutionary transformation, one that accelerates alongside the shifting global economy. Our energy transition is an opportunity for leaders across the industry to unite and define our future energy landscape. This conference aims to discuss some of the challenges and opportunities that will come along with this transition. Panel topic tracks are delineated below.


 
 
 
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Location

The Union League of Philadelphia

 

A historic landmark of Philadelphia, The Union League will provide an unforgettable location for this premier conference.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
The shift to a cleaner energy economy won’t happen overnight, and it will require tough choices along the way.
— Barack Obama, 44th US President
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