Louisiana Energy Conference plans virtual event this week


A virtual version of the 2020 Louisiana Energy Conference takes place this week, with sessions addressing key domestic and international oil and natural gas industry developments and topics.

Sessions will take place Wednesday, May 27 and Thursday, May 28. There is no fee to participate this year but participants must register at LouisianaEnergyConference.com to join any of the sessions. After initial registration, to access each session, participants will only be asked to provide their email address. It is strongly suggested that participants register prior to May 27 to avoid any potential delays when registering during the days of the conference.

“We are pleased to welcome back many of our popular speakers from past years who will provide their views on the current state of the energy industry,” says Al Petrie, senior partner of Al Petrie Advisors. “We have added several new discussions we believe are particularly relevant in the current environment.”

The conference kicks off at 8 a.m. Wednesday with Scott Schnipper, head of Foreign Exchange, Commodities and Rates at JPMorgan Private Bank, and a session entitled “The Unprecedented Shock to Global Oil Markets and the World Economy.” Other sessions are planned on E&P, OFS and midstream sectors; the ongoing impact of COVID-19 from a regulatory, SEC and M&A persective; perspectives on the investment grade bond market, bankruptcies and acquisitions in the energy industry; low-cost operations and workforce operations; and more.

Get more details, see the full schedule and register.