Dialogue between the energy sector and Washington lawmakers has never been so critical, and meeting with lawmakers to discuss the energy services’ role in domestic production is urgently needed. For the past 12 years, Energy Workforce has provided an opportunity for senior executives from Member Companies to meet with Senators, Representatives and senior Executive Branch officials as a pillar of its advocacy strategy.
The 2023 DC Fly-In, held February 7-9, is an extensive two-day program with productive networking events and meetings with key Congressional members, high-level members of the Administration and Executive Branch agencies on policies, regulations and legislation affecting the industry. Attendees have a unique opportunity, through small group meetings with Congressional members and their staff, to directly address issues affecting their representative districts.
Activities will include:
- Small group meetings with key Senators and Congressmen to discuss impactful legislation
- Introductions to newly elected members of Congress
- Discussions with senior Executive Branch officials on energy policy and regulatory issues
- Networking events with influential policymakers
- Policy and political perspectives from Washington, DC energy experts
- Sen. Ted Cruz, TX
- Sen. John Cornyn, TX
- Deputy Secretary David Turk, Department of Energy
- Michael Reed, Department of Energy, Loan Programs Office
- Ambassador Jeffery Pyatt, Department of State, Bureau of Energy Resources
- Rep. Bruce Westerman, Chair House Natural Resources Committee, AR-04
- Rep. Steve Scalise, LA-01
- Rep. Garrett Graves, LA-06
- Rep. Dan Crenshaw, TX-02
- Rep. Kelly Armstrong, ND-AL
- Rep. Wesley Hunt, TX-38
- Rep. Morgan Luttrell, TX-09
- Rep. August Pfluger, TX-11
- Rep. Lizzie Fletcher, TX-07
- Rep. Henry Cuellar, TX-28
- Rep. Sylvia Garcia, TX-29
- And many more
Register now for this exclusive members-only event!
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