Border Energy Forum XXII: creating synergies between both nations.

Position:LEADERS Monitor - Conference notes - Brief article

Over 200 top corporate executives, government officials and potential investors gathered in San Diego, California, to participate in the Border Energy Forum--edition XXII, October 14-16.

During the two-clay event, panelists, industry leaders and keynote speakers targeted pressing energy issues that affect the development of the economy and energy infrastructure of the US-Mexico border.

Texas Land Commissioner, George P. Bush, was the keynote speaker during the event that for the past 20 years has set the stage to increase regional development of clean energy projects. The forum's mission is to promote cross-border energy trade, and present advance technologies and innovative solutions for sustainable resource management.

A unique trait is that the forum offers its attendees the opportunity to interact with top energy industry leaders from both countries in a professional and friendly...

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