May 17, 2007


Description

Crude oil and natural gas prices have steadily climbed in recent years…will they keep rising?  Can demand growth keep pace if prices continue to rise?  Is there a supply response to the current frenetic pace of drilling activity?  David Pursell will address these questions as he discusses crude oil and natural gas markets including near term and long term drivers to the current energy cycle.


Featured Speakers

Speaker: David Pursell
Speaker David Pursell
Research Principal Pickering Energy Partners, Inc. Dave Pursell – Pickering Energy Partners, Inc. Research Principal Responsible for macro energy analysis   Professional Background ·          Director – Upstream Research at Simmons & Company International ·          Manager at S.A. Holditch & Associates (now a division of Schlumberger) – Tight Gas, Coalbed Methane …

Research Principal
Pickering Energy Partners, Inc.

Dave Pursell – Pickering Energy Partners, Inc.


Research Principal


Responsible for macro energy analysis


 


Professional Background


·          Director – Upstream Research at Simmons & Company International


·          Manager at S.A. Holditch & Associates (now a division of Schlumberger) – Tight Gas, Coalbed Methane and Shale Gas focus


·          While at Holditch & Associates, was adjunct faculty in the Petroleum Engineering Department


·          Production and Reservoir Engineer at ARCO Alaska, Inc. based in Anchorage


·          Current Chairman of the IPAA Supply and Demand Committee


·          Member of Society of Petroleum Engineers


·          BS and MS Petroleum Engineering, Texas A&M University


 


Full Description



Organizer

David Flores


Date and Time

Thu, May 17, 2007

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

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Location

Greenspoint Club

16925 North Chase
Houston, Texas 77060
US