Sponsor NOW

Sponsor NOW

Partner with Energy Risk USA 2023

The exciting return of our in-person Energy Risk USA conference is here, helping you to re-connect and forge new relationships with 200+ leaders of the energy risk community allocating risk management and trading strategy budgets at top energy firms and investment banks. ​

You can showcase your brand, network, build relationships and make an impact on potential customers by sponsoring Energy Risk USA.

The interactive agenda has been steered by the Risk.net editorial team and Energy Risk global advisory board and takes in April, 2023. Energy Risk USA covers the most pressing issues facing energy risk professionals, from financing the energy transition to price volatility in the energy sector to cyber risk.



In person

Hear from, connect with and meet respected industry leaders. Through interactive discussions and facilitated peer-to-peer sessions, this event gives you the exclusive insights and contacts you need to get ahead.


Our online event ensures that no-one misses out, gathering the wider energy risk community virtually and providing exclusive, convenient content at the click of a button. 

Sponsorship opportunities:

  • Re-connect in-person through breakfast briefings, meetings, networking drinks and more at our exclusive venue, the Westin Galleria Houston

  • Generate leads from 200 senior decision makers and influencers within energy risk management and commodity trading online and in person

  • Raise your organization's profile and showcase latest innovations at the industry’s most credible event​

  • ​Influence potential customers through a speaking slot or panel participation online and in person

  • Reach a large, senior audience through a presence on our event websites, social media channels and marketing campaigns

EnergyRisk USA industry breakdown

Why Sponsor Energy Risk USA 2023

  • 45+ industry professional speakers

  • 200+ delegates to network with throughout the 2 days

  • Over 60% c-suite and senior audience

  • Over 60% energy, oil, gas or trading companies