USAEE Austin

The past few years have brought a series of disruptions that have thrown economic models for the energy business out the window and prompted widespread reevaluations of what matters most for one of the world’s largest business sectors.

Each year the US Association for Energy Economics gathers top analysts from across the sector for a conference that highlights the latest research that drives decision making and future planning for billions upon billions of dollars in investment. This year’s USAEE/IAEE North American Conference is the 31st such event, and is happening during the climax of a high-stakes election season that has brought both the job-making potential of energy investment to the fore and highlighted the problems that can result when forecasts go awry. Keep reading →