Events

The AABE National Conference provides an impactful forum for more than 650 energy professionals. As an attendee, you will have opportunities to forge partnerships, network, and connect with key decision-makers. The AABE National Conference provides your company with a cost-effective, value-added opportunity to create brand awareness and increase brand loyalty.


CONFERENCE DATE AND LOCATION

May 2 - 5, 2023

Marriott Marquis Houston

1777 Walker Street

Houston, TX 77010


AABE Member | Early Bird

Full conference registration for active AABE Members only, who are current on their dues. Full Conference registration includes all events, the Clarke A. Watson’s Chairman Reception, and the James E. Stewart Gala. *Exhibit tables are only available to registered attendees of the AABE 2023 National Conference.


Register By February 1, 2023




AABE Non-Member | Early Bird

Full conference Registration but does not include AABE Membership dues. Full conference registration includes all events, the Clarke A. Watson’s Chairman Reception, and the James E. Stewart Gala. *Exhibit tables are only available to registered attendees of the AABE 2023 National Conference.


Register By May 5, 2023


AABE Membership Drive

The American Association of Blacks in Energy (AABE) is a national association of energy professionals, founded and dedicated to ensure the inclusion of African Americans and other minorities into the discussions and developments of energy policies, regulations, R&D technologies, and environmental issues.

The purpose of AABE is:

  • To serve as a resource for policy discussion of the economic, social and political impact of environmental and energy policies on African Americans and other minorities.

  • To ensure involvement of African Americans in governmental energy policymaking by recommending capable sensitive and informed personnel to appropriate officials.

  • To encourage both the public and private sectors to be responsive to the problems, goals and aspirations of African Americans in energy-related fields.

  • To encourage African American students to pursue careers in energy-related fields and to provide scholarships and other financial aid for such students.

When you join AABE, the membership offers first hand connections with energy experts across the country. It can enhance your knowledge on energy policy and its impacts, gain access to AABE’s white papers, and receive updates on industry issues.


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