Leadership Dialogue: American Infrastructure and the New Energy Economy
Massive, bipartisan, and inclusive. The largest infusion of federal investment in the nation’s infrastructure in a generation has the potential to reshape the American energy landscape and advance industry pathways to net zero. In this CERAWeek Conversation, leading voices on U.S. energy discuss the interplay between enhanced infrastructure and American energy. How can the Infrastructure Investment and Jobs Act strengthen America’s energy position? What are the key provisions that support the interests of the oil, gas, power, and renewable energy industries? How are these sectors working together towards a reliable, resilient, and affordable U.S. energy future? Speakers Mike Sommers, President and CEO, API Heather Zichal, CEO, ACP Chair Daniel Yergin, Vice Chairman, IHS Markit
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