The ROSE ROCK ENERGY CONFERENCE provides an opportunity for energy professionals to discuss ideas and share concepts to increase sustainability and accelerate the energy transition/addition to minimize energy’s environmental footprint while still meeting society’s energy needs.

As a collaborative effort between The University of Tulsa and the following organizations AAPG, Adam-Tulsa, AAPL, TAPL, TGS and the Tulsa County Bar Association-Energy & Mineral Section, the ROSE ROCK ENERGY CONFERENCE will bring together the following to share insights into the issues and challenges faced by three different categories 1) CCS/CCUS, 2) HYDROGEN (Transportation, Storage, Production), and 3) GEOTHERMAL ENERGY. The conference speakers will provide updates on the recent business, regulatory, and scientific developments concerning these three areas.

Who Should Attend?
Energy Professionals tasked with all aspects of energy addition/transition sustainability will benefit from attending, including:

  • Geologists
  • Landmen
  • Engineers
  • Attorneys
  • Government Regulators
  • Accountants
  • Investors
  • Financial Personnel
  • Bankers
  • Developers
  • Contractors
  • Service Providers

Plan to attend the ROSE ROCK ENERGY CONFERENCE in Tulsa on November 15, 2023 to network with other energy professionals, form industry collaborations and gain insights into the resources needed for energy addition/transition sustainability.

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