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The challenges that face us are interconnected and synergistic, EngEx is the only 2010 conference event that brings multidisciplinary, synergistic entities, institutions and associations together to transform WHAT IF into NOW POSSIBLE!

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How to Lease BLM Lands for lands for Oil & Gas, Geothermal, & and Onsite Wind and Solar

EngEx 2010 Conference & Exhibition at the San Diego Convention Center from July 29th – 31st has 4 workshops led by Bureau of Land Management (BLM) that teach step-by-step process on how to get access government lands for Oil & Gas, Geothermal, & and Onsite Wind and Solar projects.

The U.S. Department of the Interior (DOI) has the resources to help America produce more energy at home. They are creating a new energy frontier; one that responsibly develops both renewable and non-renewable resources on our nation’s public lands. Developing these resources will help curb our dependence on foreign oil, reduce our use of fossil fuels and promote new industries right here in America.

One of the nine government agencies featured at EngEx 2010 fall under the umbrella of the DOI: The Bureau of Land Management (BLM).

The BLM has a unique mission within the DOI. Their mission is to sustain the health and productivity of the public lands for the use and enjoyment of present and future generations. They also manage Federal onshore oil, gas and coal operations that make significant contributions to the domestic energy supply as the Nation transitions to a clean energy future. The DOE and the BLM are also working towards building a clean energy future by providing sites for environmentally sound development of renewable energy on public lands. This includes wind, solar, geothermal, and biomass projects.

The BLM provides the opportunity to marshal the resources of our own public lands to lessen the dependence on foreign sources of oil, which in turn provides an opportunity to create new jobs to support local communities. They might best be described as a small agency with a big mission and a lot of ground to cover.

The following educational sessions will be held by BLM at EngEx 2010:

Plenary Session

BLM -- Mission, Discoveries, and Roadmap for 2010 and 2011

Knowledge Based Workshops

  • Onshore Wind & Solar - Leasing and Development on Federal Land
  • Oil & Gas - Leasing and Development on Federal Land
  • Geothermal - Leasing and Development on Federal Land

Preview Electric Vehicles

SEVEN (7) electric vehicles that will be displayed in the EngEx Alternative Fuel Vehicle Showroom -- including:
  • Tesla
  • EVI
  • Phoenix Motors
  • SABA Motors
  • Think EV
  • Zap!
  • Zero Motorcycles

About EngEx

The San Diego-based EngEx conference & exhibition creates opportunities by uniting 39 fields of engineering for collaboration, integration and to exhibit innovation.

EngEx's approach is horizontal covering a broad spectrum of technologies for Energy (renewable & non-renewable), Water, Infrastructure, and the Environment. This approach provides for exhibitors and attendees to be co-located for better collaboration, education, and integration that naturally results in enhanced innovation.

EngEx is creating business opportunities through exports, federal and state government contracts, international project procurement, venture capital funding and much more. EngEx 2010 will be the first event that offers this unique juncture for a comprehensive outreach; hence the slogan, “One Venue, Multiple Opportunities.” And given the current economic times, this dynamic approach is far more attractive to businesses of all sizes, in lieu of attending several vertical events that are not only very costly, but they also limit the outreach opportunity.

Advanced registration for the conference is now also available online and high demand is already being experienced for this ultimate conference.

The EngEx Conference is shaping up to be the most robust, broad greener engineering conference in our area! Consider these participants:

PARTNERED WITH ▪ WORLD TRADE CENTER San Diego ▪ Chamber of Commerce San Diego ▪ U.S. High Speed Rail Association PARTICIPATION FROM Government Agencies: ▪ Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) ▪ Department of Energy (DOE) ▪ Department of Commerce (DOC) ▪ Department of Transportation (DOT) ▪ U.S. Export & Import Bank (EXIM) ▪ Int’l Trade Administration ▪ Bureau of Land Management (BLM) ▪ Small Business Administration (SBA) ▪ Department of Minerals Management Services (MMS) Utilities: ▪ Sempra Energy ▪ Pacific Gas & Electric ▪ Southern California Edison Participating Universities: ▪ Babson College ▪ Boston University ▪ Cornell University ▪ Purdue University ▪ Stanford University ▪ Thunderbird School of Global Management ▪ Tufts Univ. Fletcher ▪ Columbia University ▪ Univ. of Norte Dame ▪ Univ. of Texas, Austin ▪ Univ. of Chicago, Booth ▪ Univ. of Michigan, Ross ▪ Univ. of California, San Cruz ▪ Univ. of California, Berkeley ▪ Univ. of Wisconsin, Madison ▪ Duke University ▪ Clarkson Univ. ▪ Yale Univ. ▪ Univ. of Central Florida ▪ GeorgiaTech Univ. ▪ Carnegie Mellon Univ ▪ Iowa State Univ. ▪ Cal State Univ, Fullerton ▪ Ohio State Univ. ▪ Univ. of Washington ▪ Georgia Tech Enviromental Engineers ▪ Georgia Tech Engineers Without Borders ▪ Carnegie Mellon ▪ MIT ▪ Univ. Southern California International Universities: ▪ Sabanci Univ., Turkey ▪ China Europe Intl. Bus. School ▪ Univ. of Alberta ▪ London School of Business ▪ TU Delt University, Netherlands ▪ Calgary ISEEESA

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