NEWTOWN, PA and VANCOUVER, BC, June 9, 2021 — Jericho Energy Ventures (TSXV:JEV)(Frankfurt:JLM0)(OTC:JROOF) (“Jericho” or “JEV” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that Brian Williamson, CEO, will be a featured presenter at two exclusive events later this month.
On June 17, Mr. Williamson will be the guest speaker at the MIT Alumni Club of Princeton on “Advancing the Low-Carbon Energy Transition Through Hydrogen,” as part of the Club’s “Sustainable Planet 2021″ theme. The event is open to MIT Alumni Association members and their guests.
“I am honored to be invited to speak to the MIT alumni and believe our corporate direction fits well with their focus on climate change and renewable technology,” Mr. Williamson stated.
As well, on June 25, Mr. Williamson will be the opening presenter at the American Boiler Manufacturers Association’s (ABMA) 2021 Summer Meeting in Bonita Springs, Florida. ABMA is a leader in the constantly evolving boiler sector that advocates for the safe production and operation of boilers, facilitated advances in energy efficiency, and provided solutions for member companies.
“I am excited to present at the ABMA Conference about Hydrogen Technologies’ breakthrough, zero-emission DCC™ cleanH2steam boiler technology. The gathering will be a unique opportunity to collaborate with leading experts in the boiler industry and to increase awareness of our novel DCC™ system with key decision makers,” said Mr. Williamson.
About Jericho Energy Ventures
Jericho Energy Ventures (www.jerichoenergyventures.com) (JEV) is focused on advancing the low-carbon energy transition with investments in hydrogen technologies, energy storage, carbon capture and new energy systems. JEV’s wholly owned subsidiary, Hydrogen Technologies, delivers patented, zero-emission, boiler technology to the $30 Billion Commercial & Industrial heat and steam industry. JEV also owns and operates producing oil and gas assets in the US Mid-Continent, predominantly in Oklahoma.
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