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February 23, 2017
CEE Rolls out our Electric Power Research Forum (EPRF) - Contact us for more details
 

Snapshot: U.S. Nuclear Power Reactors: At a Crossroads
January, 2017

Snapshot: North American FracSand Consumption Will Grow with Drastic Shift in End Users





Upstream Matters! 2015 Update

March 2016

2015 Update to CEE's Research on National Oil Companies (NOCs)
October 2015

Battery Materials Value Chains
April 2016

Industrial Gas Demand - An Update
June 2015

Retail Electricity Prices on the Rise
March 2016

LNG Supply Outlook 2016 to 2030 by Andy Flower
November 2016

 
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UPCOMING EVENTS
Ongoing Please contact us for details on invitation-only events like our Annual & Mid-Year meethings and Think Day seminars.
June 1, 2017 CEE is planning to host our Mid-Year meeting on June 1, 2017 at the Houston Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank.
May, 2017 CEE has tentative plans to host a roundtable on Asia gas/LNG markets and hubs in Tokyo. Contact CEE for more information
June 1, 2017 CEE is planning to host our Mid-Year meeting on June 1, 2017 at the Houston Branch of the Federal Reserve Bank.
RECENT NEWS
February 2-3 - CEE delivered a fifth short course under the auspices of our US Department of State-Energy Bureau technical assistance grant in Mexico, focused on joint operating and unitization agreements, in Mexico. The short course was hosted by Mexico’s CNH in cooperation with SENER. Other participating institutions were ASEA and Pemex.
January 31 - Dr. Michot Foss addressed U.S. natural gas markets and Mexico exports as part of a global gas panel for Energy 2017 conference and exhibition
December 7 & 8 - The CEE Annual Meeting was held at the Houston branch of the Federal Reserve Bank. See the agenda for our two-day-long event at our Think Corner.
 
MORE NEWS & EVENTS...     
  CONTACT US:
Dr. Michelle Michot Foss, Chief Energy Economist and Program Manager
Center for Energy Economics, Bureau of Economic Geology, The University of Texas at Austin
Tel 713-654-5400 Fax 713-654-5405
energyecon@beg.utexas.edu