Four days of curated sessions
We'll bring the SEC stage to your company HQ!
A VIRTUAL setting may be the best way to have a conference! With no need to arrange travel, hotels, out of office messages and more, it's a hassle-free way to get the information and CLE credits you need.
The format of this conference is going to be unlike anything we've ever put on before. Our speakers will be both virtual and in person, (socially distanced, of course) at the high production Southern Energy Conference stage. You and all our other participants will join online from anywhere!
As the date gets closer, we will send more helpful details walking you through how it will work and teaching you how to get the most out of a digital conference.
Sponsorships bring your business to the forefront of the Southern Energy Conference all while helping to support the industry.
To secure yours today, contact Ashley Cain at (225) 387-3205 or email@example.com and CeCe Richter at 225-388-9525 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
• Top tier sponsorship options at the Southern Energy Conference
• Sponsor logo prominent during the opening of each session
• Company logo visible before sessions begin all four days of the event!
• Most prominent brand visibility
• Only 1 of 2 logos on each slide
$250 - 1,000
Allows you two minutes to introduce the Speaker of your choice and your company or product at the start of a session. Logo visible during the session as a watermark an on post-conference videos.
• $1000 Monday sessions
• $750 Tuesday sessions
• $250 Wednesday or Thursday sessions
LIMITED: First come, first served
Make your company's logo visible on slides shown throughout the conference
SWAG BOX SPONSOR
SWAG Boxes will be mailed to conference attendees ahead of kick-off, as a tangible takeaway with agendas, speaker bios, and your items as a lasting way for participants to connect with your brand. As conference participants adjust to the new online "normal," they still crave that in-person feel that tangible takeaways provide.
• You can can use promotional items already in your company's possession
• Don't have branded items yet? Let LOGA and LMOGA take all the hassle from you and coordinate the right promotional item for your brand.
• You provide the items and we will package and ship to each registrant
Deadline to receive items is October 1, 2020. Does not include the cost of items.
Receive company branding on website, email blasts, event page and social media
Receive company branding on printed agenda shipped in SEC SWAG Boxes
Go a long way in supporting the industry!
Want to support the Southern Energy Conference in another way? Share your ideas with CeCe by emailing email@example.com.
The Southern Energy Conference is going to be a packed event providing the information, connections, and credits you and your team need.
Connections that strengthen the industry
Network with experts and leaders from the Department of Energy, the Consumer Energy Alliance, the Louisiana Economic Development, Louisiana House of Representatives, Bradley Murchison, the Louisiana Oil & Gas Association, the Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association, the Cook Political Report, the Louisiana Office of the Attorney General, Kuchler Polk, XTO Fieldwood, Cheron, Shell, Cheniere Energy, Lafayette Parish Government, ExxonMobil, the Water Institute of the Gulf, the Army Corps of Engineers, Jones Waler, the Office of Conservation, the OFfice of Coastal Management, the Department of Natural Resources, the Association of Fuel and Petrochemical Manufacturers, Liskow and Lewis and more.
CLE Credits will be granted for the following presentations: Update on Louisiana Shale Plays, Cultural Diversity in the Oil & Gas Industry, 2019 Election Update and Overview, Energy Regulations and Changes on the Federal Level, Supreme Court Justice Candidate Forum, The Political Landscape for Election in Louisiana and the United States, Legal Up in Louisiana, the Gulf of Mexico Panel, LNG Expansion in Louisiana, and Sensible Energy Policies Nationwide.
Working with federal, state, and local political divisions including levee districts, the CPRA is working to establish a safe and sustainable coast that will protect our communities, the nation's critical energy infrastructure, and bountiful natural resources for generations to come.
Each session features a top-notch, relevant talk with speakers you need to hear from.
You can pick the sessions you want attend à la carte, or set up your conference room at your company HQ with the entire Southern Energy Conference running from start to finish. Each day features an attentively curated, highly focused line up of sessions and speakers.
A virtual setting may be the best way to have a conference! With no need to arrange travel, hotels, out-of-office messages and more, it's a risk-free and hassle-free way to get the information, engagement, and CLE credits you need.
Elections and Industry
A session discussing the November 3rd elections
American Petroleum Institute, President and CEO
What's next for Louisiana's natgas giant?
Federal Delegation Panel
Louisiana Members of the U.S. Senate and the House of Representatives will share on efforts at the Federal level
Senator Bill Cassidy, M.D.
Congressman Garret Graves
U.S. House of Representatives
Industry Market Outlook
Managing Director, JP Morgan Chase & Co.
Outlook on the Gulf of Mexico
Chief Operating Officer, Beacon Offshore Energy
Judicial Program Director and Director of Civil Justice Reform, Energy and Environmental Councils, Louisiana Association of Business and Industry
Director of Political Action Committees and Governmental Reform, Louisiana Association of Business and Industry
Environmental Social Governance (ESG)
Principal, Cornerstone Government Affairs
Vice President, Cornerstone Government Affairs
Coastal and Legacy Lawsuits
Kelly Brechtel Becker
Energy Litigator/Appellate Practitioner, Liskow & Lewis
1 hour Ethics CLE Presentation | Ms. Jarrott is a litigator who has more than 15 years of experience assisting clients in a variety of industries including energy, transportation, and other commercial businesses. Ms. Jarrott focuses her practice on helping businesses resolve disputes with particular experience in complex commercial litigation, transactional and regulatory matters. A large portion of Ms. Jarrott's practice focuses on commercial contracts, including review and input on provisions that protect her clients' businesses and operational concerns, as well as defending businesses should a dispute arise.
Colleen C. Jarrott
Of Counsel, Baker Donelson
1 hour Professionalism CLE Presentation.
Partner, Attorney at Kean Miller
COVID Liability and Your Business
Hunter A. Chauvin
Hunter Chauvin is a litigator in the oil and gas industry with a concentration on legacy lawsuits and coastal land loss issues.
Thomas J. "Tommy" McGoey, II
Shareholder, Head of Labor & Employment Practice Group, Liskow & Lewis
Climate Change Litigation and Why Every Business Should Be Concerned
Climate litigation in the United States has been a nearly 20-year effort to turn climate change into a tort liability issue, not a matter of national energy policy. A new wave of lawsuits began in 2017, and in just the past few months, lawsuits have been filed by Connecticut, Delaware, Minnesota and several local cities and counties. This presentation will discuss the history of and latest trends in this litigation, as well as why and how they are being pursued.
Special Counsel, Manufacturers’ Center for Legal Action
Center for Energy Studies Tax Plan
Dr. Greg Upton
Assistant Professor-Research, Center for Energy Studies, Louisiana State University
Latest Developments within the Underground Injection Control (UIC) Program
Injection and Mining Division, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
Corey Shircliff, P.G.
Geologist, Department of Injection and Mining, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
Engineering Manager, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
Maneuvering in SONRIS and Online Reporting
Join DNR's Carrie Wiebelt as she walks through using SONRIS for reporting, submitting queries, and finding the information you need.
Permits Section Manager, Office of Conservation, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
District Office Manager Perspectives
Audience has the chance to ask questions on regulatory topics.
Statewide Order 29-L Series – Unitization, Unit Termination
Director, Geological Oil and Gas Division, Office of Conservation at Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
CCUS 101 - OGCI
Oil and Gas Climate Initiative
Department of Energy
Congressman Garett Graves
U.S. House of Representatives
Carbon Mitigation Strategies
President and CEO, Water Institute of the Gulf
Restore the Earth Foundation
Louisiana State Agency Panel on Carbon Capture
Professor, Executive Director and Professor Center for Energy Studies, LSU
Deputy Secretary, LED
Jason Lanclos, P.E.
Director, State Energy Office, Louisiana Department of Natural Resources
Climate Initative Task Force