Event Details - Houston June 2014 Luncheon
"The Current Economics behind Natural Gas: Resource Development, Market Dynamics and Potential Demand" - Speaker: Gürcan Gülen, Ph.D., Sr. Energy Economist, Bureau of Economic Geology at UT-Austin
6/19/2014 11:30:00 AM
The Downtown Club at Houston Center
1100 Caroline Street - 11th Floor (Level C in garage elevator)
Houston, TX 77002
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Unconventional resource development has certainly helped the recovery from the 2008-09 recession via job creation and cheap energy. However, the understanding of shale gas resource potential and deliverability is still evolving. In the short-term, the problem is the low price of natural gas. The demand for natural gas is growing as investments are under way in industrial facilities, power plants, LNG and pipeline exports, and in the transportation sector. Yet, the timing and volume of demand and the ability of the producers to supply required amounts at desired prices remain uncertain. In this talk, Dr. Gülen will discuss US shale gas resource assessments, natural gas market dynamics and potential developments in major demand sectors.
Please note that registration closes at 12 noon Wednesday, June 18th. If registration is closed, walk-in registrants are welcome on a space-available basis at the event. There will be a $5 surcharge for walk-in registrants.
Parking available at 1111 San Jacinto Garage (garage is at street level with Downtown Club at 1100 Caroline located above the garage)
ENTER GARAGE FROM LAMAR – From Caroline Street, take a right on Lamar; garage entrance will be on your left
Take the Caroline Street bank of elevators to Level C (11th floor) to reach the Downtown Club at Houston Center
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