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Border Energy Forum XIII

The thirteenth annual U.S.-Mexico Border Energy Forum is an effort that started more than a dozen years ago by the Texas General Land Office, to engage in a regular dialogue about regional energy concerns that attracts people from all 10 U.S. and Mexican border states, Mexico City and Washington, D.C.

The Forum's central purpose is to emphasize the best use of energy in this fast-growing region, for economic development with the least possible environmental impact. The forum has taken major strides in increasing the priority that state and local agencies and private businesses in the region give to energy issues.

Location:   Tampico, Tamaulipas, Mexico
Dates:   October 19-20, 2006
Contact Information:   Soll Sussman

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Keywords:   Energy infrastructure, Sustainable energy

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