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April 21st 2015:When Down Means Up: Retooling the Oil Industry

Will new technologies save the US oil industry from a crash? The crude oil price has collapsed from $100 to below or around $50, driven by over supply and geopolitics. Many believe that the US oil boom is coming to the end. To the doomsayers’ surprise, the price squeeze is creating a new incentive for US oil companies to implement innovative technology to boost cost efficiency. This week, we will explore the dramatic advancement that’s taking place in the industry and helping US companies to develop new competitive advantages against Saudi Arabia. I will explore new techniques and emerging

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Robert Bryce

Robert Bryce is one of America’s most prominent journalists. A senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute, his articles on energy, politics, and other topics have appeared in a myriad of publications ranging from the Wall Street Journal and New York Times to National Review and the Guardian. Bryce has given over 200 invited and keynote lectures to groups, including the Marine Corps War College and the Sydney Institute. He has also appeared on dozens of television and radio programs ranging from Bloomberg TV and PBS to Fox News and Al Jazeera. He’s the author of 5 books on energy and innovation, in which he has covered everything from Enron’s bankruptcy and the corn ethanol scam to the
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Jay Kipper

Jay Kipper is Associate Director at the Bureau of Economic Geology at the University of Texas at Austin. At the bureau Jay serves a dual role of Chief Financial Officer (CFO) and Chief Operating Officer (COO). His technical involvement at the bureau includes helping create and manage the Advanced Energy Consortium (AEC) as well as playing a key role in the Bureau’s Carbon Management programs. Prior to joining the Bureau, he worked 22 years at Aspen technology. As a vice-president at Aspen he served in numerous roles, mostly serving the refining and petrochemical industries. He has consulted in over 40 countries and 6 continents. Jay got his chemical engineering degree from Trinity Un
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