The National Capital Area Chapter of the United States Association for Energy Economics (NCAC-USAEE) is a non-profit organization of 400 energy professionals in the Washington metropolitan area. We are dedicated to providing a forum that fosters the exchange of ideas and the sharing of professional experiences. We also seek to promote an improved understanding of energy economics and energy related issues by all interested parties. 

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Lisa Viscidi, Ongoing challenges to Venezuela's Energy Sector, July 2020
Tom Russo, Hype or a Glide Path to Decarbonizing Natural Gas?, August 2020
Michael Cohen, BP's View of Peak Oil Demand, December 2020
Rob Niven, Innovation and Emerging Developments in Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage, September 2020
Apoorv Sinha, Innovation and Emerging Developments in Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage, September 2020
Katherine Hamilton, How will Biden's Election Impact US Energy Policy?, November 2020
Anna Stukas, Innovation and Emerging Developments in Canadian Carbon Capture & Storage, September 2020
David Givens, NCAC-USAEE President 2019-2020
Roger Kranenburg of Eversource, First Hand Insights on Decarbonizing a Utility, October 2020
Jason Stanek of Public Service Commission of Maryland, Competitive Power Markets: Challenges and Opportunities, June 2020
Craig Glazer of PJM, Competitive Power Markets: Challenges and Opportunities, June 2020
Senator Chris Hansen of Colorado on Colorado's Energy Transition and State Policy within the Evolving Western Grid, July 2020
Jonathan Chanis
Chris Bliley
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Karen Harbert of American Gas Association, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Karen Harbert of American Gas Association, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Karen Harbert of American Gas Association, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Karen Harbert of American Gas Association, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, David Givens, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Shirley Neff, Mark Lively Award Recipient, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Shirley Neff, Mark Lively Award Recipient, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, Shirley Neff receiving the Mark Lively Service Award, presented by David Givens, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
NCAC-USAEE Annual Dinner, February 2020
Joel Yudken, Smithsonian Museum of National History, February 2020
Participants at The Controversy Around Nord Stream 2, August 2021
Michael Weber, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany, The Controversy Around Nord Stream 2, August 2021
Michael Ratner, Congressional Research Service, The Controversy Around Nord Stream 2, August 2021
Ryan Leirvik, CEO of Grim, Cybersecurity Risk Questions to Ask - July 8, 2021
Danny Richter, Citizens Climate Lobby, Support for a Carbon Price from the Grassroots - July 22, 2021
Rick Smead of RBN Energy, Transportation of Carbon Dioxide and Hydrogen and its Potential Regulation—The Forgotten Issue - June 16, 2021
2020-2021 NCAC-USAEE Board event - the Madam Presidents - L to R - Elaine Levin, Rita Beale, Natalie Kempkey - July 22, 2021
Breaking free of covid - THE ONLY in-person NCAC-USAEE Board event of 2020-2021, July 22, 2021
2021 Conference, Uncharted Trajectories
Aqeel Adenwala, 2021 Conference, Uncharted Trajectories
Bret Strogen, Chair 2021 Conference, Uncharted Trajectories
2021 Conference, Uncharted Trajectories
2021 Conference, Uncharted Trajectories
Rita Beale, President NCAC-USAEE, Demystifying Environmental Credits, March 2021
Michael Walsh, Demystifying Environmental Credits, March 2021
2021 Annual Dinner - Aqeel Adenwala, NCAC-USAEE Treasurer, February
2021 Annual Dinner - David Givens presenting the Mark Lively Award to Peri Ulrey, February
Elaine Levin, Host of Demystifying Environmental Credits, March 2021
Adam Sieminski, The Role of the Circular Carbon Economy, February 2021
2021 Annual Dinner - Rita Beale, NCAC-USAEE President & Host of the Dinner, February
2021 Annual Dinner - Peri Ulrey, Recipient of the Mark Lively Service Award, February
2021 Annual Dinner - Mark Mills, The Manhattan Institute, "Global Demand for Critical Minerals - Key to the Energy Transition", February
Virtual Happy Hour, Meet the Board, January 2021
Pete Speer, Moody's - Uncertain Future Demand Heightens Business and Credit Risks for Oil & Gas Industry, January 2021
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