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Professor Freudenthal's Presentations

Speaker, Public Workshop, High Plains Initiative, Wheatland, Wyoming (October 2010).

Keynote speaker, International Advanced Coal Technologies Conference, Laramie, Wyoming (June 2010).

Speaker: King of Coal, Prince of Wind?, The Commonwealth Club, San Francisco, California (January 2010).

Keynote speaker, Wyoming Press Association's 111th Annual Winter Convention (January 2010).

Plenary speaker, Western States Energy & Environment Symposium, Jackson Hole, Wyoming (October 2009).

Keynote speaker, 2009 Gasification Technologies Conference, Colorado Springs (October 2009).

Keynote address, Wyoming Wind Symposium, Laramie, Wyoming (August 2009).

Speaker, Wyoming Youth Leadership Forum, Cheyenne, Wyoming (June 2009).

Keynote speaker, Hydrogen Implementation Conference (Mountain States Hydrogen Business Council), Laramie, Wyoming (July 2008).

Keynote speaker, Responsible Energy Development Symposium, Jackson Hole, Wyoming (May 2008).

Keynote speaker, 2008 Governor's Safey Awards Conference, Casper, Wyoming (April 2008).

Keynote speaker, Ninth Cross-Border Energy Forum: Carbon Capture and Storage: Can We? Should We? Can the United States and Canada Move the Marker by Working Together? Woodrow Wilson Center, Washington, DC (March 2008).

Statement, Hearing before the Subcommittee on Public Lands and Forests of the Committee on Energy and Natural Resources (U.S. Senate), (Febrary 27, 2008).

Keynotes speaker, Finding the Balance: Energy & Climate, Jackson Hole, Wyoming (October 2007).

Witness, Hearing before the Select Committee on Energy Independence and Global Warming (U.S. House of Representatives), (September 6, 2007).

Keynote address, Western Governors' Association, Casper, Wyoming (May 2005).

Keynote speaker, University of Wyoming Consumer Issues Conference, Laramie, Wyoming (October 2004).




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