Utica Green Conference to Focus on ESG Initiatives
The Utica Green Conference will take place on Tuesday, Oct. 12, at the recently renovated Nash Family Event and Conference Center at the Pro Football Hall of Fame campus in Canton, Ohio. The conference will educate and prepare companies for the changes coming to the oil and gas industry.
Is your company aware of the sustainability changes coming to the oil and gas industry in Utica Shale? Is your company discussing these changes? Is your company adapting to the sustainability changes coming? Does your company know what ESG (Environmental, Social and Governance) guidelines will do to your business?
The Utica Green Conference will uniquely showcase the industry’s continued sustainability-focused progress and results. Produced by Shale Directories and the Canton Regional Chamber of Commerce, the event will highlight the industry’s ESG initiatives, the critical role of U.S. natural gas in the context of the broader energy transition, as well as insights about where the industry has been, where it is now and where it is going, to make the Utica Shale even more sustainable.
The conference will feature speakers from Encino Energy, which is a presenting event sponsor. Barbco Inc. is the Luncheon Sponsor for this groundbreaking event at which more than 300 attendees are expected. In addition, Barbco CEO Tony Barbera will join an all-star industry panel to discuss industry issues pertaining to the green future of America.
This fall event seeks to create a platform to facilitate the exchange of ideas, drawing from energy company representatives, sector experts, regulators, public officials and the public at large on the industry’s ongoing ESG actions and related topics. The Utica Green Conference is an important and topical conference for the energy sector and its stakeholders.
Visit www.uticasummit.com to register or learn more.
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