Welcome to the 2007 Wharton Energy Conference
The Wharton Energy Conference, "The Future of Energy," is a leading student-organized energy forum for students, industry professionals, government finance officials, alumni, and faculty to discuss the current issues in the energy industry. Through a variety of panel discussions, the 2007 Wharton Energy Conference participants will have the opportunity to gain a varied perspective on the changing dynamic of energy. The keynote speakers will draw on their experiences as leaders on the world stage to provide their unique perspectives of the energy industry and strategies relevant for building and maintaining a competitive edge.
The 2007 Wharton Energy Conference will take place on Friday, November 30, 2007 at the Union League in Philadelphia, PA. The 2007 Wharton Energy Conference keynote speakers include:
- Randall N. Lack - Managing Director, Element Markets LLC
- Nora Mead Brownell - Former FERC Commissioner
- Robert G. Latoff - Director, McKinsey & Company
The 2007 Conference will feature panels on renewable energy, power, oil & gas and energy finance. The Conference will build on the success of our previous conferences, which have drawn professionals and students from across the country. Last year's conference saw record attendance as over 200 students, alumni, faculty and professionals convened in Philadelphia. Based on club growth and a general increased interest in energy within the Wharton and University of Pennsylvania communities, we expect another record turnout this year. Students, faculty, and leading energy experts will come together for an exciting day of knowledge sharing.