Energy Symposium at HBS to be the Largest Ever, featuring Leading Thinkers on Energy and Environment

11th Annual symposium set for Saturday, October 18, featuring senior executives from largest global energy and environment companies

The Energy and Environment Club at HBS will hold its 11th Annual Energy Symposium on Saturday, October 18th.  Organizers expect this year’s symposium to be the largest conference yet. The club is partnering with the MIT Energy Club to bring a weekend of energy discussion, starting with MIT’s Energy Night on Friday (10/17) and followed by the Energy Symposium at Harvard Business School on Saturday (10/18).  Last year over 1,500 people attended these events.

This year’s symposium will feature senior executives from some of the largest energy and environmental organizations globally. Over 20 top CEOs and 15 partners from leading private equity and venture capital firms will join the discussion as over 60 industry experts discuss the energy challenges of the future.

This year’s conference will feature executives from leading energy organizations including: Chevron, ExxonMobil, ConocoPhillips, Saudi Aramco, Shell, General Electric, NextEra Energy, Sierra Club, Rocky Mountain Institute, Department of Energy, Cameron, NOV, Emerson, FedEx, Bain Capital, NGP Energy Technology Partners, Riverstone, Natural Gas Partners, HG Capital, SCF Partners, Kleiner Perkins Caufield & Byers, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, Energy Ventures, RockPort Capital, Braemar Energy Ventures, CSL Capital Management, Imaginea Energy, FTS International, PIRA Energy, Enduring Resources, Massachusetts Clean Energy Center, Spinnaker, Universal Well Services, Elevance Renewable Sciences, Lanzatech, Planetary Power, First Green Partners, Boston Consulting Group, Bain & Company, Equitable Origins, E3, and many more!

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