San Diego, CA, May 06, 2010 --(PR.com
)-- Drill, Baby Drill became the call of the Republican Party during the 2008 presidential election. Recently, the environmental disaster off the coast of Louisiana has brought the off-shore drilling issue back into the spotlight. At EngEx 2010, the U.S. Department of Interiors, Mineral Management Services (MMS) and Bureau of Land Management (BLM) will address this issue and layout their plans and agenda for 2010 and 2011 in two special sessions.
These will be an exciting and informational sessions, especially with President Obama’s recent call to lift the moratorium on off-shore drilling. Now with a pending the investigation of the accident in place, EngEx 2010 attendees will hear firsthand about the future of this controversial issue.
While the MMS controls the waters off the coast of the United States, the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) controls the federal lands within our great nation. The BLM will also host a session discussing their mission, discoveries and roadmap for 2010 and 2011. Additionally, they will be providing three sessions teaching attendees the detailed process of gaining access to federal lands. These sessions will educate attendees about the leasing and development process for oil, gas, geothermal, wind and solar projects.
“Access to federal lands and water are the cornerstone for energy security. They will be the keys to unlock future business growth for environmentally friendly energy development in our nation,” Shaikh said. “Anyone looking to unlock future opportunities of these energy sources should attend EngEx 2010 to learn the entire step-by-step process by the BLM.”
These informative “how-to” sessions will provide researchers, business owners, investors and governmental agencies with the knowledge they need to lease these lands and secure our energy needs.
“The BLM plays a key role in realizing President Obama’s and Secretary Salazar’s vision for energy security for the 21st century,” said Kausain Shaikh, Founder of EngEx 2010. “Under their leadership, the BLM has already begun the enormous work of implementing that vision by continuing to support safe development of conventional energy sources while also moving this nation toward a clean energy future.”
The future of business growth and development in the energy, environmental, water and transportation industries is what EngEx 2010 is all about. Bringing together more than 10,000 researchers, government officials, business owners and investors in the San Diego Convention Center from July 29 through 31, EngEx 2010 will be the premier place to meet, greet, learn, and discover business opportunities.
For more information on exhibiting, or to register for the conference, please check out their website at www.engexpo.com.