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Houston - Nov 10, 2011

Home to more than 5,000 energy companies, Houston is a pulse of global energy activity. Continued focus on the global scarcity of oil and gas, combined with increased demand and international competition, have led many of these energy players to pursue growth in unconventional and renewable resources. As a result, merger and acquisition activity is high as exploration and production companies seek avenues for expansion. With these fundamental shifts in the industry, how are industry professionals and investment firms approaching their long-term and short-term strategies? With expected updates to US legislation and regulation of the industry, what updates to company operations do energy companies anticipate?

Join a discussion with Chicago Booth alumni and energy professionals in Houston who will share their perspective on the current conditions and their views on the future.


Opening Networking
6:30 - 7 p.m.

Panel and Q&A
7 - 8:30 p.m.

8:30 - 9 p.m.


Dan Pickering, '94
Co-President, Tudor, Pickering, Holt & Co. LLC

Tom Janssens, '02
Partner, McKinsey & Company

Peter Kinnear, '71
Chairman of the Board, FMC Technologies Inc.

Tammy Norman
Vice President - Mergers and Acquisitions, Shell Energy North America

Michael Walsh, '95
CFO, Laser Northeast Gathering Company, Partner, Delphi Midstream Partners


Petroleum Club of Houston
Petroleum Room
800 Bell St. 43rd Floor
Houston, TX 77002