Welcome! The annual UT Energy Forum is the largest energy event at the University of Texas at Austin. Registration has grown annually since the inaugural event, to 475 registrants in 2013. Attendees return year after year for our high-caliber speakers; objective dialogue; and for the unique angles from which we explore energy issues in our panel discussions. Our conference is planned entirely by the Longhorn Energy Club, the university-wide group composed of graduate students in business, engineering, policy, law, architecture and geoscience. Similar to our campus energy community, the Forum is interdisciplinary and embraces both traditional and emerging technologies and fuels. We seek to promote communication and collaboration among industry leaders, entrepreneurs, policymakers and academia on the most pressing energy challenges facing the U.S.
The UT Energy Forum is an entirely student-run event organized by the following student groups: