Stockton Energy Forum
Learn why energy is the key to good jobs, affordable gas and prosperity for all Californians!
Co-sponsored by the Conservative Republicans of San Joaquin County
High gas prices, high unemployment, a crippling water shortage and dependence on foreign fuel imports – that’s the California we live in now. But developing the energy resources we have right under our feet could change all of that.
- Eric Eisenhammer, Coalition of Energy Users
Why gas prices are going up and how to stop them from going up more
- David Marks, Former CSU Stanislaus Lecturer
Understanding the science that makes affordable energy possible
- John McDonald, Silego Technology
Hydraulic fracturing: Abundant affordable power for the high tech jobs of tomorrow
- Betty Plowman, CA Construction Trucking Association
New lawsuit that could finally rein in California Air Resources Board bureaucrats
- Pastor Bruce Rivers, Mount Moriah First Baptist Church
Uniting communities for economic development and how you can make yourself heard
When: Monday, May 18th
Time: 6:00 pm to 7:00 pm pre-event dinner and mixer; 7:00 to 8:30 panel discussion
Where: Lyon’s Restaurant
Attendance is free, but seating is limited.
Sponsorship opportunities and vendor booths are available.
Priority will be given to reservations by partners and friends of the Coalition of Energy Users Foundation and/or Conservative Republicans of Californians.
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