Organizers for the 2017 Eastern Energy Expo, taking place May 21-25 in Hershey, Pennsylvania, announced the keynote speaker will be Tom Kloza, co-founder and Global Head of Energy Analysis for the Oil Price Information Service.
Kloza is expected to look at the implications of the President's energy policies for the petroleum industry. He will address how supply could be affected by allowing more drilling on federal lands and allowing the Keystone and Dakota pipelines to be completed, and discuss how refined products will be impacted by potential changes to the Renewable Fuel Standard.
Kloza, who has covered the industry for 40 years, sits on the Board of Advisers for the Fuels’ Institute and is generally regarded as an expert on North American fuel supply and pricing.
The Eastern Energy Expo, co-sponsored by the Oil and Energy Service Professionals, the Atlantic Region Energy Expo, and the Pennsylvania Petroleum Association, is the industry’s signature annual event. Conference organizers are planning for more than 4,000 attendees and 250 exhibits. Exhibitors are now reserving their booths for the two-day trade show on May 23-24, showcasing all the latest products and services for the petroleum marketing and HVAC industry