The Texas Public Policy Foundation’s (TPPF) Distinguished Senior Fellow-in-Residence and Director of the Armstrong Center for Energy & the Environment Kathleen Hartnett White will deliver the keynote presentation, “The Great Energy Enrichment,” at the Energy Conference Network’s 2nd annual Internet of Things (IoT) conference this week. Ms. White will speak at 9:45 am on Wednesday, September 14 at the Whitehall Hotel in Houston, Texas. She is coauthor of the recently released Fueling Freedom: Exposing the Mad War on Energy (Regnery Publishing).  
“Climate policy geared towards eliminating fossil fuels threatens a shale revolution that has transformed the energy sector, and benefitted countless people and communities around the world,” White said. “Will mankind continue to enjoy the expanding goods and services derived from the concentrated, abundant, and affordable hydrocarbons — or will government force mankind’s first energy regression?”
“The 2nd Annual IoT in Oil and Gas event is the only IoT conference in the world designed exclusively for oil and gas executives, and has quickly become the must-attend conference for oil and gas leaders to network and discuss how IoT technology is revolutionizing operations to reduce costs and maximize efficiency,” said Energy Conference Network’s Research and Content Director Melissa Zerber.
The Energy Conference Network’s mission is to provide the world’s best conferences to the energy sector through a deep understanding of market issues and opportunities, exemplary onsite delivery and a focus on ROI for all stakeholders.

Kathleen Hartnett White is the Distinguished Senior Fellow-in-Residence and Director of the Armstrong Center for Energy and the Environment at the Texas Public Policy Foundation and a former Chairman of the Texas Commission on Environmental Quality, the second-largest environmental regulatory agency after the EPA. She has also served on five other state or federal Commissions governing natural resources. 
The Texas Public Policy Foundation is a non-profit, free-market research institute based in Austin, Texas.
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