The Utica Green Conference has been postponed until the spring 2022 following news that certain industry reports will not be available in time to be presented at event.
Originally scheduled to take place Oct. 12 at the newly renovated campus of the Pro Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, one of the primary objectives of the event was to present and provide insight on key industry reports that are expected to have significant impact on the oil and gas sector in 2022 and beyond. However, with news that completion of these reports is being delayed until December, the organizers have decided to reschedule the conference in an effort to provide maximum value to attendees.
More details about The Utica Green Conference will be forthcoming after the New Year. The is expected to take place at the Nash Family Event and Conference Center at the Pro Football Hall of Fame campus. The conference will educate and prepare companies for the changes coming to the oil and gas industry.
The Utica Green Conference will 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 event at which more than 300 attendees are expected. In addition, Barbco CEO Tony Barbera will join an industry panel to discuss issues pertaining to the green future of America.
This 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.
Visit www.uticasummit.com for updates regarding the new dates and agenda.Tags: Utica Green Conference, Utica Shale