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Sneak Peek | 2019 Natural Gas Connect Keynote

Don’t miss Mark Mathis, President of Clear Energy Alliance, at SGA’s 2019 Natural Gas ConnectMathis will kick off the conference with his special keynote, Energy’s False Moral Panic.

Mark Mathis is on a mission to cure “energy blindness” by providing practical energy truths and is president of Clear Energy Alliance (CEA). CEA strives to raise the EIQ (Energy Intelligence Quotient) of our society. Much of what the media and activist groups tell us about energy is misleading or entirely false, which can lead to dangerous and expensive outcomes. CEA challenges false claims and premises in a fun, interesting and shareable format.
The goal is to have us arrive at our conclusions using logic, reliable data, human experience, history and rational analysis.

Mark has written, produced and directed two documentary films on energy. In Fractured, Mark explained how language is used to dangerously deceive us about the most essential component to the function of the modern world—energy. In spOILed, he examined the public’s ignorance of the central role oil plays in our lives. spOILed was shown theatrically in dozens of cities across the United States. Mark conducted Q&A sessions with audiences at the conclusion of more than 180 shows.

Before becoming a documentary filmmaker, Mark was a TV news anchor/reporter, media consultant/trainer and talk radio host. Mark founded the energy education non-profit Citizens Alliance for Responsible Energy and testified before Congress on the dangers of anti-energy extremist groups that same year. Over the past 20 years, Mark has been a keynote speaker for many dozens of organizations from the National Football League to the Independent Petroleum Association of America to the Saudi Research and Marketing’s International Speakers Program.

 

WATCH A SNEAK PEEK OF WHAT MARK WILL BE SHARING IN THE TEASER BELOW!

Join us in San Antonio, Texas, on July 15-17 for SGA’s 2019 Natural Gas Connect, and register today.

 

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