Chris McGill, Vice President-AGA, Speaks at Louisville Chapter’s February Meeting
Market Policy Analyst
Louisville Gas & Electric/Kentucky Utilities
On February 5, the Louisville Chapter of the U.S. Association for Energy Economics hosted a visit from Chris McGill, Vice President of Policy Analysis at the American Gas Association (AGA). McGill discussed the gas market environment today versus ten years ago, focusing on the transition from supply scarcity to abundance. He highlighted infrastructure, technological progress (specifically the development of shale gas and the technologies that support its extraction), regulatory evolution, changes in consumption, and market stability.
Dan Yergin Keynotes National Capital Area Chapter Annual Dinner
Specialist in Energy Policy
Congressional Research Service (Washington, DC)
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On February 13, 2013, approximately 150 energy professionals gathered at the University Club in Washington, DC to hear Daniel Yergin keynote the National Capital Area Chapter (NCAC) annual dinner, the largest attendance in the chapter’s history. Dr. Yergin’s speech centered on his most recent book, The Quest: Energy, Security, and the Remaking of the Modern World, and attendees were treated to a candid Q&A session as well as a book signing with the Pulitzer Prize-winning author.
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