Bismarck State College
Energy Generation Conference • January 27-29, 2015 • Bismarck Civic Center/Exhibit Hall • 315 South 5th Street, Bismarck, ND

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Welcome to EGC!
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Rod Wetsch On behalf of the EGC committee, I invite you to attend the 36th annual Energy Generation Conference on January 27-29, 2015, at the Bismarck Events Center. This is one of the premier energy industry conferences in North America. We focus on providing an energized environment where attendees can expand their skill sets, interface with equipment suppliers, network with fellow workers and be exposed to the latest technology. The conference expands every year offering a variety of subjects and is welcoming a wide range of industry professionals.

Join us to hear from General Russel L. Honoré, our keynote, followed by session track speakers who are experts in their fields and represent the latest in industry information and education. These technical experts and industry professionals from across the continent will present a variety of industry topics. You will learn information that is timely, rewarding and applicable to your workplace. Be sure to sign up for one of the preconference workshops on Tuesday, Jan. 26th for a in-depth development opportunity in one of many industry topics.

The vendor exhibits have been expanded to more than 300 booths, which will allow you to interact with vendors to discuss and see first hand the latest products, technology and services to meet your needs. I am sure you will benefit from visiting the booths in the Exhibit Hall, as well as networking with fellow energy professionals.

The EGC committee and vendors encourage you to take part in the conference social gatherings, including the Exhibitor Social on Tuesday evening and Casino Night on Wednesday.

We look forward to seeing you at the conference in January.

Rod Wetsch Sig
Rod Wetsch
Supervisor Control Systems at Dakota Gasification
Bismarck, North Dakota


The Energy Generation Conference is a cooperative effort among producers, suppliers and educators
to promote competitive, efficient and safe energy production.
 
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