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2110 SAN JACINTO BLVD , Austin, Texas 78712 #UTEnergyWeek
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The financial markets are currently facing an energy ecosystem in transition. This introduces uncertainties, risks and opportunities with regards to future investment opportunities. While fossil fuels are likely to comprise a dominant share of the energy supply for decades, we see significant changes in that arena. Coal’s declining future is clear as it is marginalized by natural gas, renewables are capturing a significant share of the growing demand for power locally displacing natural gas and burgeoning natural gas supply from shale oil and gas is being pushed overseas as LNG. Many car manufacturers and jurisdictions have committed to all electric light duty vehicle fleets. Shale resources have not entirely delivered on their financial promise with little to no free cash flow being generated by the industry as a whole. The backdrop is volatile oil prices and growing concern about rising CO2 emissions from combustion of fossil fuels.

Richard Chuchla, Director, Energy & Earth Resources Program at UT Austin (Moderator)
Arash Nazhad, Energy Investment Banking VP, Citigroup
Billy Prather, Director of Natural Resources, UTIMCO
George Vaughan, Principal Consultant, Corporate Investment Appraisal, ConocoPhillips

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