Events

S&P Global Power Markets Conference

Las Vegas

Baker Botts is proud to sponsor the S&P Global Power Markets Conference. The premier global power event of the year returns to Las Vegas and will be held at The Wynn. This Event gathers senior-level market participants to discuss the most critical issues and trends shaping the future of energy. Network with leaders from utilities, investors, developers, analysts, traders, government officials, and more while gaining valuable insight into today's power markets and the challenges and opportunities ahead.

Topics will Include:

  • Impact of the IRA on electric power markets
  • Challenges for projects, including supply chain delays and costs
  • M&A activity and new trends
  • Election 2024 outlook and the regulatory landscape
  • Industry-disrupting technologies and trends
  • Fluctuating electric demand and EV growth

During the Conference:

  • Tuesday, April 16 at 11:50a - Mona Dajani - Partner and Global Co-Chair of Energy Infrastructure & Hydrogen, and Co-Chair of the Energy Sector, will moderate the panel discussion titled "Leadership Dialogue- Paving the Way to Net-Zero: Finance, Regulation, and Execution"
  • At the Baker Botts booth - look for us in the exhibit area for informative industry handouts and fun swag
  • We will have a team of Baker Botts partners eager to connect with you, including: Dino Barajas, Mona Dajani, Eli Hinckley, John Papaspanos, Frank Schoen, and Elaine Walsh

Click here for additional details and to register for this Event.

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