Oil and Gas Investor’s Energy Transition Capital Conference offers an in-depth look at strategies and opportunities for monetizing energy’s future, May 10 at the OMNI Houston.

Monetizing the Energy Future

The energy future needs oil, gas and all forms of Btu – It needs the sage investors, financiers, producers and marketers who have laid the foundation for this expansion.

Energy resources with a lower carbon footprint require money to capture as well as business leaders who understand how to monetize the energy value chain. Energy transition projects are paving the way, and investments in the sector are developing at an increasingly rapid pace.

Investors are putting billions into ventures led by energy professionals—both hydrocarbon and alt-Btu leaders—toward North America’s and the world’s no-Celsius-gain future, while continuing to have plenty of energy of all kinds.

Very quickly, their bets are promising returns. Sources of startup and supplemental dollars for low- and carbon-neutral ventures abound.

Companies are now more open to diversify their energy operations by redeploying capital towards low-carbon businesses and see new investment opportunities in the new energy markets as well as new capabilities within their companies.

Insightful Agenda & Exceptional Speaker Roster

Hear from an exceptional speaker roster including leading companies and executives, with featured speakers listed below. Within the conference agenda, gain insights into "first look" options in projects and profit opportunities.

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Artemis Energy Partners | Bobby Tudor

Having led Goldman Sachs’ global energy practice, Bobby Tudor co-founded energy investment-banking firm Tudor Pickering Holt & Co. Today, he’s leading the Houston Energy Transition Initiative of the Greater Houston Partnership. Hear his insight into what he describes as “arguably the most interesting and challenging period the industry has ever known.”

Quantum Energy Partners | All the Btu

Billions are being invested in energy ventures —both hydrocarbon and alt-Btu leaders, fueling energy transition. Bill Montgomery, Partner at Quantum Energy Partners discusses energy investment trends.

Latham & Watkins | Back, Build, Repeat: Private Equity

Join moderator Lauren Anderson, Partner at Latham & Watkins as her panel discusses sources of startup and supplemental dollars for low- and carbon-neutral ventures. Find out what PE capital providers are looking for in decarbonization management teams and ventures.

Kinder Morgan

Moderator Emily Easley, CEO, NOVUS Energy Advisors and panelist Thomas Holcombe, Director of Finance for Kinder Morgan discuss the company’s viewpoint on the low carbon energy transition.

Akin Gump Strauss Hauer & Feld LLP

Akin Gump Partner, Matt Kapinos and his panel address Renewable Natural Gas and how dairy farms, landfills and additional sources of naturally occurring methane are being tapped for gas capture, supplementing natgas supply in local distribution systems and in big pipe. Panel members include representatives from GreenFront Energy Partners, Quantum Energy Partners, Green Impact Partners and EIV Capital.

Willkie Farr & Gallagher

During the Project Finance Method session, join Archie Fallon, Partner with Willkie Farr & Gallagher, as investors and lenders discuss the role of Project finance as a capital source for new and complex transition projects. Panelists include notable financial institutions like Brookfield Asset Management, CIT Bank and OIC.

Baker Botts

Thomas Holmberg, Partner at Baker Botts and his team of experts will explore how the carbon capture, utilization and sequestration field is being led by veteran energy professionals already long-experienced in CO2 management. Members of his panel include Robin Fielder of Talos Energy and Gareth Roberts of Valverde Power Solutions.

Shearman & Sterling

In a riveting Town Hall session, join Omar Samji of Shearman & Sterling as his panelists discuss green and blue investors of what the energy future may hold for all fuel sources. Engaging panelists include representatives from Macquarie Capital (USA), Pickering Energy Partners and UBS.

To view the agenda and register, visit EnergyTransitionConf.com