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    Upcoming Louisiana Energy Conference to address industry developments

    The 2013 Louisiana Energy Conference will be held on June 19-20, 2013 at the Windsor Court Hotel in New Orleans and will feature a series of 17 panels that will address key US and international industry developments and issues. 

    Executives from over 35 public and private exploration and production and oil field services companies as well as representatives from energy-related industry trade groups, regulatory agencies, investment banks, institutional research groups, insurance and law firms are expected to participate in the panel discussions.

    Attendance at the conference is directed to investment professionals including buy side and sell side analysts and portfolio managers, as well as private equity and wealth management executives and trust officers. There is no cost for investment professionals to attend the Conference. Registration is now open.

    The Louisiana Energy Conference is an independent energy symposium that is sponsored by a diverse group of firms who are active in the energy industry including investment firms, banks, insurance brokers, law firms, accounting firms, and private equity firms, as well as public and private oil services companies and exploration and production companies. 

    More than 275 attendees participated in the two-day event in 2012.

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