Tue, Mar 26, 2013 @ 06:30 PM - 08:30 PM
Viterbi School of Engineering Student Organizations
Conferences, Lectures, & Seminars
Speaker: John Mork, Don Paul, Amir Angha,
Talk Title: The Impact of Abundant Natural Gas on Evolving Energy Markets
An expert panel will discuss the effect of cheap natural gas on energy markets. Their range of perspectives will provide insight into recent advances in shale gas technology, and how the natural gas industry and related markets are evolving in response.
Date: Tuesday, March 26th
Location: The Vineyard Room, Davidson Conference Center (DCC)
There will also be FREE FOOD
RSVP to Dan Jennejohn (email@example.com)
John Mork - Founder, President & CEO of Energy Corporation of America (ECA)
ECA is a privately held energy company engaged in the exploration, development, production, gathering, aggreagation and sale of natural gas and oil; it owns and operates more than 5,000 oil wells in the US. Mork holds a BS and MS in petroleum engineering from USC and an MBA from Stanford.
Don Paul - Executive Director of the USC Energy Institute, William M. Keck Chair of Energy Resources; former VP and Chief Technology Officer at Chevron Corp.; Senior Advisor at the Center for Strategic and International Studies
At USC, Paul's initiatives include the Center for Smart Oil Field Technologies, the DOE Regional Smart Grid Demonstration Program, the Center for Energy Informatics, the recently formed programs on unconventional hydrocarbon resource development and cyber-physical security systems for energy infrastructures. Paul holds an BA in applied mathematics, an MS in geology and geophysics, and a PhD in geology from MIT.
Amir Angha - Manager of Gas Planning, Southern California Edison
At Southern California Edison, Amir oversees the evaluation of natural gas assets as well as the formulation of natural gas strategy. Previously, as senior project manager, Amir was directly involved in asset evaluation, strategy planning, energy planning, and transmission planning. Amir holds a MDE in management and MS electrical engineering from UCLA.
Host: USC Energy Club, and Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)
More Info: http://uscenergyclub.com/2013/03/natural-gas-panel/
More Information: Flyer. Nat Gas Panel. Final version.pptx
Audiences: Everyone Is Invited
Posted By: USC Energy Club