As energy prices rise, some in Washington, D.C., are looking to renewable energy to soften price increases.
On July 26, Smith Soc professional members from the Dallas-Ft. Worth area gathered for a salon dinner with MI Senior Fellow Robert Bryce.
On Wednesday July 19, Smith Soc's Houston Professional Chapter hosted its annual summer reception. The event featured Stephen Trauber, the Vice Chairman and Global Head of Energy Power Chemical at Citigroup. One of the nation's leading experts on the energy sector, Trauber has served as a financial advisor on over $300 billion of energy transactions, including many of the most significant M&A and financing transactions in the oilfield service, exploration, production, refining and marketing sectors.
On Tuesday evening, November 15, Smith Soc_Boston
The Adam Smith Society opened its Smith Soc Treks series over the Columbus Day holiday weekend in Los Cabos, Mexico. The Treks, a biannual series of weekend-long destination-based seminars, are designed to connect Smith Soc student and professional members with experts and leaders in a particular field of study or policy area.
On November 18th, the Houston Professional Chapter held a private salon dinner with MI Senior Fellow Mark Mills. The topic for discussion was Mark's recent report, Shale 2.0, on the future of shale oil industry.
The Cornell Johnson School of Management Smith Soc chapter partnered with the Cornell Energy Club to sponsor a panel discussion entitled, The Impact of Innovation on the Energy Industry.
Manhattan Institute Fellow Robert Bryce was a guest of the UT Austin McCombs Chapter on Tuesday evening, Feb. 11. He was part of a moderated discussion about the current state of the energy industry and energy policy. Bryce's latest book, Smaller Faster Lighter Denser Cheaper was published in 2014.