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23rd WPC Welcomes Alex Epstein and Robert Bryce

The 23rd World Petroleum Congress Organizing Committee is pleased to welcome acclaimed authors Alex Epstein and Robert Bryce to the already-robust Congress program. Mr. Epstein and Mr. Bryce will share their thoughts and knowledge in the session titled, Perception of the Energy Industry: Creating A Future Vision. This moderated discussion will focus on what must be done to address perception issues by analyzing the value the industry brings to the world and its formidable role in energy transition and building a sustainable energy future.

“Alex Epstein and Robert Bryce bring insight into the benefits of designing innovative solutions for fossil fuel use in our society as well as perspectives on the future of energy, both themes at the heart of the Congress. We are delighted to have two prominent thought leaders on the program in December,” said Jeff Shellebarger, Chairman of the 23rd World Petroleum Congress Organizing Committee.

 

Mr. Epstein is the President and Founder of the Center for Industrial Process, a think-tank seeking to bring about new industrial revolution and offers a positive, pro-human alternative to the Green movement. He is also the author of The New York Times bestseller, “The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels”, the highly regarded and widely praised book that analyzes the role energy plays in improving aspects of life, through economic and environmental benefits.

Covering energy, power, innovation, and politics for more than three decades, Mr. Bryce’s work has appeared in numerous respected publications. He is also the author of six books including his most recent one titled, “A Question of Power: Electricity and the Wealth of Nations” discussing the factors behind successful electrification. In addition, he is also the host of the, “Power Hungry Podcast” examining the energy industry, innovation, and more.

From December 5-9, the 23rd WPC will bring international ministers, CEOs, academia and other expert speakers to Houston, Texas to discuss the energy landscape as it relates to industry trends, innovative solutions and best practices shaping the future of energy. Drawing participation from key constituents influencing the global industry, the Congress provides leaders the platform to hold important, forward-looking discussions around solutions that will go beyond the conference.


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