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2022 Annual Conference
The IOGCC Annual Conference will be held on the harbor in Baltmore, Maryland on October 16-18, 2022. The annual conferences have proven to be invaluable opportunities for the exchange of information and ideas.
This meeting will bring together a wide range of participants, including governors, state and federal regulatory officials, oil and gas industry representatives, and non-governmental organizations, to advance IOGCC’s mission. IOGCC is a multi-state government agency that champions the conservation and efficient recovery and storage of domestic oil and gas resources while protecting human health and safety and the environment. A lineup of distinguished speakers will provide timely and relevant information on subjects important to our membership.
We look forward to seeing everyone and working together to have a successful event in October!
IOGCC Annual Conference
Royal Sonesta Harbor Court
Sunday, October 16 - Tuesday, October 18, 2022
Sunday, October 16th
Council of Regulatory Officials—Whitehall
Council of Oil and Gas Attorneys—Whitehall
|5:00pm-6:00pm||Opening Reception at Royal Sonesta Harbor Court—Hamptons|
Monday, October 17th
Kenneth E. Wagner, Executive Director, Hamm Institute for American Energy, Oklahoma State University, IOGCC Vice-Chair
The Honorable Mark Gordon, Governor of Wyoming, IOGCC Chair-Elect
2022 Chair's Stewardship Awards
The Honorable Joe Manchin, United States Senator for West Virginia (Video Message)
Lee O. Fuller, Officer—Environment and General Strategy, Independent Petroleum Association of America
Raisa Orleans, Director, Government Relations, Environmental Defense Fund
Steve Feldgus, Deputy Assistant Secretary for Land and Minerals Management, United States Department of the Interior
|11:30am-1:00pm||Lunch (On Your Own)|
Environment and Safety Committee—Whitehall
Updated IOGCC TENORM Guidance Document—Panel Discussion
Susanne Biteman, District Supervisor, Michigan Department of Environment, Great Lakes, and Energy, Oil, Gas, and Minerals Division (Panelist)
EPA's Mapping System to Address Environmental Justice
Status Update: Federal Perspective on Produced Water
Legal and Regulatory Affairs Committee—Whitehall
North Dakota's Regulatory Efforts In Achieving Class VI Primacy
State Legal and Regulatory Updates on Pore Space Policy-Panel Discussion
Tom Kropatsch, Oil and Gas Supervisor, Wyoming Oil and Gas
Dylan Fuge, General Counsel, New Mexico Energy, Minerals and
Lynn Helms, Director, Department of Mineral Resources, North
Energy Resources, Research and Technology Committe—Whitehall
CO2 Pipeline Safety
Satartia Pipeline Analysis
Industry Perspective on CO2 Pipelines
State Regulator's Perspective on CO2 Pipelines
|5:30pm-7:00pm||Reception—Maryland Science Museum|
Tuesday, October 18th
|8:00am-9:15am||Orphan Well Task Force—Whitehall|
Joint Session: Public, Coastal, and Tribal Lands and Public Outreach Committee—Whitehall
Indigenous-Led Restoration in British Columbia: A Holistic Approach
Winter Storm Uri, Outreach and Response to New Weatherization Requirements
Click the link below to register for the Annual Conference in Baltimore:
If you are not able to join us in Baltimore, select sessions will be available via Zoom. You will need to register for each of the Zoom sessions individually by clicking the links below. These sessions are free of charge.
October 16, 2022 12:30pm-2:30pm ET
October 18, 2022 11:00am-12:30pm ET
For questions regarding registration, contact Dianne Jones at [email protected]
Reserve your rooms now at the Royal Sonesta Harbor Court Baltimore.
For a room at the government rate of $137 plus taxes, click here.
For a room at the standard group rate of $189 plus taxes, click here.
For questions regarding reservations, contact Bea Ann Phillips at [email protected]