Eastern Energy Expo moved to later date

March 20, 2020 By    

The Eastern Energy Expo was rescheduled from May to Aug. 2-5 at the Mohegan Sun in Uncasville, Connecticut.

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This decision was based on guidance from the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention regarding COVID-19 and a joint announcement by New Jersey Gov. Phil Murphy, Connecticut Gov. Ned Lamont and New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo limiting large events. The show’s sponsor partner associations – Oil & Energy Service Professionals, the Pennsylvania Petroleum Association and the Atlantic Region Energy Expo – unanimously supported the decision.

“Show staff will be coordinating the details and logistics for the expo and will provide updates regarding how it will affect your participation as an exhibitor, sponsor or attendee, i.e., hotel reservations, registration or refunds,” says Eastern Energy Expo spokesman Eric DeGesero. “We want to assure our sponsors, exhibitors and attendees that they will not bear the financial burden of this decision, and we will protect their investment in our show.”

Updates may not be available for a time, as Mohegan Sun shut down temporarily. The show will communicate details via its website, email and social media.

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