Dec. 8, 2005


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JOINT SPE / API MEETING

There are huge energy cycles at work in the world: and we are probably in the third inning of this Great Game. The iron laws of economics have been working at a snail’s pace: and have become more and more influenced by global politics. This has caused an upheaval in the forward price curves for oil and gas out to 2010. The entire upstream business has been the big winner in the world stock markets. The greater Houston area is the largest smokestack economy in the world: not to mention its role as the capital of the oil & gas business, and the engineering business as well. Will the good times last? And how do we invest to ride all of these cycles in 2006?     
Registration closes at noon two days prior to the event.  After that time, walk-ins will be accepted on a first-come, first-served basis.

Featured Speakers

Speaker John E. Olson
Senior Vice President/Chief Investment Officer Sanders Morris Harris John joined Sanders Morris Harris in September 1998 as a senior vice president/Chief Investment Officer covering the natural gas industry. He is co-manager of 2003 Houston Energy Partners, A Houston-based Energy Hedge Fund. He brings over 30 years experience, covering all phases …

Senior Vice President/Chief Investment Officer
Sanders Morris Harris

John joined Sanders Morris Harris in September 1998 as a senior vice president/Chief Investment Officer covering the natural gas industry. He is co-manager of 2003 Houston Energy Partners, A Houston-based Energy Hedge Fund. He brings over 30 years experience, covering all phases of the oil, gas and electric industries. Previously, John managed the research and marketing of natural gas stocks for Merrill Lynch from September 1992 to 1998. During that time his gas team was ranked #1 in the Greenwich Institutional 1998 survey. Prior associations include Goldman Sachs, First Boston, Drexel Burnham, and Smith Barney. He has been on the Institutional Investor All Star Team for Natural Gas Pipelines, Producers and for Oil Service Companies. John is a Chartered Financial Analyst. He is a founding father of the National Association of Petroleum Investment Analyst (NAPIA). He is a Director of the Houston Producers Forum.  He chairs the Finance and Cost of Capital Subcommittee for the 2003 National Petroleum Council Study on Natural Gas.  He received a B.A. from University of Pennsylvania and a M.B.A. from Wharton Graduate School. He served in United States Army Aviation and The Air National Guard. 

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Organizer

Holly Camilli


Date and Time

Thu, Dec. 8, 2005

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Petroleum Club

800 Bell
Houston, Texas