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Forecasting Global Energy Geopolitics and Markets

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Conference title: Forecasting Global Energy Geopolitics and Markets

Introduction of the conference: Dr. Steven Meyer, Dean of Daniel Morgan Graduate School

Keynote Speaker: Paul Michael Wihbey – partner CAN-AM Strategic Advisory, Adjunct Professor, University of Port Harcourt –Nigeria. Mr. Wihbey's talk is entitled: The Global Geopolitical Energy Situation: The Brave New World Order of Oil and Gas Mr. Wihbey will discuss the profoundly changed global energy situation, attributable to the massive increase in North American productive capacity and the drop in the world price of oil and gas. A new set of energy driven circumstances and events has significantly altered geopolitical realities. This complex international landscape contains a range of national and regional jurisdictions in a variety of situations that run the gamut from near economic and political collapse to potential armed conflict with allies and friends of the US. Mr. Wihbey will set the context of these global issues followed by an exposition and assessment of the Trump Administration's Energy Policy as it relates to US National Security. As a backdrop to his presentation Paul Michael Wihbey will identify various hotspots around the world that weigh on national security calculations and strategy.

Second Keynote Speaker: Preston McLaughlin, Colonel, USMC (Retired); Professor of Military Strategy, Daniel Morgan Graduate School-The National and International Security Implications of the Global Energy Situation

Expert Panel: Gaming the Future: Energy, Economy, Technology and International Politics features the following four speakers, each presenting on a different topic:

The Honorable Dave Hancock, former Premier of Alberta Province, Canada - Canadian and North American Energy Issues.

Tom Cosentino – Brigadier General, US Army (Retired), former Commandant of the National War College, Chief Operating Officer Business Executives for National Security - Middle East Energy and Security Issues.


Wallace C. Gregson, Lieutenant General USMC (Retired), Senior Director for China and the Pacific at the Center for the National Interest – Asian Energy Issues: The South China Sea and One Belt, One Road.


Robert Fee, Chief of Staff and Acting Senior Vice President, External Affairs at Cheniere Energy – Cheniere Energy and the Global LNG Industry


Michael Sharnoff, PhD Kings College, London – Daniel Morgan Graduate School Associate Professor of Middle Eastern Studies and Director of Regional Studies will moderate the expert panel.


Q & A to follow the expert panel; Lunch Reception starts at 12:15 pm

Please direct inquiries to Frank Fletcher, Director of Lectures & Seminars at Daniel Morgan Graduate School, via email: events@dmgs.org

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