WASHINGTON, D.C. – This week, U.S. Deputy Secretary of Energy Dan Brouillette will travel to Berlin, Germany where he will promote U.S. energy resources and bilateral cooperation in high-level discussions with industry leaders and government counterparts.

Deputy Secretary Brouillette is traveling to Berlin at the invitation of Ambassador Richard Grenell, who will be hosting a roundtable attended by key representatives of the German energy industry. A central topic of discussion will be how to jumpstart opportunities to bring U.S. LNG to German markets.

During the visit, Brouillette will also deliver a keynote speech on the U.S. energy outlook and the importance of trans-Atlantic energy security at an event organized by the German Institute for International and Security Affairs.

For more information on the Secretary’s trip please contact Kelly Love at kelly.love@hq.doe.gov and DOE News at doenews@hq.doe.gov.