(Fargo, ND) -- The Fargo-Moorhead-West Fargo Chamber will be hosting the Midwest Energy Summit this Wednesday in Fargo.
The Chamber, along with 31 other co-hosting chambers and associations across the Upper Midwest, will be held in person at the Delta by Marriott in Fargo, along with being livestreamed.
According to the Chamber, representatives and executives from organizations like Delta Air Lines, BNSF Railway, Summit Carbon Soultions and the Office of Clean Energy Demostrations will provide in-depth presentations and conversations with attendees to further their understanding of the energy sector's "major impact and affected industries."
Christopher Guith, Senior Vice President of the US Chamber Global Energy Institute, and Charles Gorecki, CEO of UND's Energy and Environmental Research Center, will provide in-person keynote addresses, while Douglas Schultz, CEO of the Office of Clean Energy Demonstration, will provide a virtual keynote address.
Two expert panels will also take place, with one being moderated by North Dakota Lieutenant Governor Tammy Miller.
“The Upper Midwest plays a crucial and multifaceted role when it comes to national and global energy supply, usage, transportation, technology and approaches,” said FMWF Chamber President & CEO Shannon Full. “The impact of the energy sector is far-reaching and powers every aspect of our lives, jobs and businesses. We are proud to bring leaders from across the nation into our region to discuss perspectives, approaches, challenges and evolutions related to energy politics, production, storage, innovation, transportation and more. We look forward to the continued growth of this series and engagement from our regional communities as we elevate these discussions to a grander scale each year.”