While Congress races to impeach President Trump a second time, the American Petroleum Institute is focused on energy and the U.S. economy and will reveal its plans Wednesday.
The API will hold its annual State of American Energy virtual event on Jan. 13 at 10 a.m. Central Time where its leaders will discuss the natural gas and oil industry’s priorities in 2021.
They will also examine energy’s role in restoring the nation’s economy as well as strengthening its national security and working for continued environmental progress.
Those addressing the even will be API President and CEO Mike Sommers and Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer Amanda Eversole.
Others will take part including national and local energy advocates.
Barbara Burger, vice president of innovation, president of technology ventures, Chevron
Ashley Niman, 4th grade teacher, Sandoval County, New Mexico
Jim Snell, business manager, Steamfitters Local 420
Dr. Benjamin F. Chavis, Jr., president and CEO, National Newspaper Publishers Association
Young professionals from natural gas and oil companies, including Apache, EagleClaw Midstream, Phillips 66, Siemens and TC Energy
Following the event, Sommers will hold a national press call at 12:00 PM ET to further discuss API’s priorities in the year ahead.