Join us for the WV Energy Expo

Wednesday, October 2, 2019, 9am - 5pm

An industry Tradeshow and Hiring Event. The WV Energy Expo is a one-day business event tailored towards the growth and opportunity of the energy industry in West Virginia. The event provides information, resources and networking needed for growing our state's energy industry, and the businesses that support it.

175+ Exhibitors

Attendees of the WV Energy Expo will see over 175 Exhibitors on display featuring industry-leading products, services and technologies.

View our Exhibitors here.

Employment Opportunities

A number of our exhibitors will be on-hand for interviews and employment opportunities within multiple aspects of the industry.

The event is free to attend. Click here to register!

Support WV

With over 1,000 attendees, meet and network with various industry professionals as we work to support our local economy here in West Virginia.

Hosted by the WV Department of Commerce, WV Economic Development Council and The Stick Company, the WV Energy Expo is a one-day business event, anchored by the state's largest energy-focused tradeshow showcasing regional products, services and technologies.

This year, the Expo welcomes exhibitors looking to grow their workforce, as we promote and highlight these opportunities to our attendees, continuing to provide value to our exhibitors, attendees and sponsors. The Energy expo is a business-driven tradeshow featuring our local businesses and all the services we provide in our state across all energy platforms helping educate each other on the business opportunities within each sector.

WV Energy Quick Facts

  • West Virginia ranked 4th among states in total energy production in 2015, producing 4.7% of the nation's total.
  • In 2016, West Virginia was the largest coal producer east of the Mississippi River and the second-largest in the nation after Wyoming; the state accounted for 11% of the U.S. total coal production that year.
  • In 2015, almost half of the 96 million short tons of coal mined in West Virginia was shipped to other states, and one-fourth was exported to foreign countries.
  • In 2016, West Virginia was the ninth-largest natural gas producing state in the nation, with gross withdrawals of almost 1.4 trillion cubic feet of natural gas.

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