When it comes to energy policy, there’s a lot of strident rhetoric. But Bruce Williamson (MBA ’95), the chairman and CEO of Houston-based Dynegy, said all that talk isn’t likely to significantly reshape America’s power supply.
A talk on entrepreneurship is not what you would expect to hear from the chairman and CEO of a $10 billion publicly traded company. But at a recent Distinguished Leaders Series, presented by Sequent Energy Management, Floyd Wilson of Petrohawk Energy Corporation explained…
Executives from some of the nation’s leading oil and gas and utility companies will headline the Spring 2010 installment of the Distinguished Leaders Series (DLS) at the University of Houston Bauer College of Business.
Offering more fuel choice is the only way to reduce America’s dependence on foreign oil, said Gal Luft, a Bauer College Distinguished Leaders Series speaker who is executive director of the Institute for the Analysis of Global Security, a Washington-based think tank focused on energy
The Distinguished Leaders Series returned to Bauer College with a new energy focus as John W. Somerhalder, president and CEO of AGL Resources, took the stage to discuss the future of one of the country’s greatest domestic energy resources, natural gas.
The University of Houston C. T. Bauer College of Business will re-launch its Distinguished Leaders Series (DLS) in October with an energy focus.