April 28, 2010


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Featured Speakers

Speaker: Dr. Kenneth Medlock, III
Speaker Dr. Kenneth Medlock, III
Dr. Medlock is currently a Fellow in Energy Studies at the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy. He is the leader of the Energy Forum's natural gas program, and a principal in the development of the Rice World Natural Gas Trade Model, which is aimed at assessing the ...

Dr. Medlock is currently a Fellow in Energy Studies at the James A. Baker III Institute for Public Policy. He is the leader of the Energy Forum's natural gas program, and a principal in the development of the Rice World Natural Gas Trade Model, which is aimed at assessing the future of LNG trade. He won the International Association of Energy Economics Award for Best Paper of the Year in the Energy Journal in 2001 (joint with Ron Soligo). Medlock has also spoken at multiple academic and professional conferences on energy issues. For the Department of Economics, Medlock teaches courses in Macroeconomic Theory and Energy Economics.

Medlock received a PhD in economics from Rice University in May 2000. His areas of specialization are in the fields of energy economics and policy, with interests in environmental economics, applied econometrics and applied microeconomics. Before returning to Rice, he held the position of Corporate Consultant at El Paso Energy Corporation, where he was responsible for fundamental analysis of North American natural gas, petroleum, and power markets.

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Organizer

Matt Hale


Date and Time

Wed, April 28, 2010

6:30 p.m. - 8 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Farnsworth Pavilion, Rice University

6100 Main St.
Houston, TX 77005