Speaker: Trisha Curtis, Director of Research (Upstream and Midstream), Energy Policy Research Foundation.
Invited talk on 'The Challenges and Opportunities of the North America Petroleum Renaissance' to be led by Guest speaker Trisha Curtis, Director of Research (Upstream and Midstream) at the Energy Policy Research Foundation.
The event took place from 10:00 - 12:00 on Friday, 31st January at ESCP's London Campus.
2014 participants of the Master in Energy Management attended to explore the issue of the North America petroleum renaissance, looking at the challenges presented and the opportunities available therein.
Trisha Curtis, Director of Research (Upstream and Midstream), Energy Policy Research Foundation (EPRINC)
Trisha Curtis is a research analyst at EPRINC. She has recently finished her Master of Science (MSc) degree in International Political Economy at the London School of Economics and wrote her MSc Dissertation on Chinese National Oil Companies. Ms. Curtis has a long standing interest in energy which has been fueled by time spent working at oil and gas sites in Colorado and Wyoming. She did her undergraduate work at Regis University in Denver, Colorado where she double majored in Economics and Politics and graduated Summa Cum Laude.
The Energy Policy Research Foundation, Inc. (EPRINC) was founded in 1944 and is a not-for-profit organization that studies energy economics and policy issues with special emphasis on oil, natural gas, and petroleum product markets. It is known internationally for providing objective and technical analysis on a wide range of energy issues. EPRINC is funded by a variety of donors including foundations, the private sector, and the U.S. government. EPRINC publications on developments in U.S. and international petroleum are made available on their website: www.eprinc.org.
EPRINC's research is routinely presented at conferences and forums, including educational institutions. EPRINC has been a source of expertise for numerous government studies and its chairman and president have served on virtually every National Petroleum Council study of oil and gas issues. EPRINC routinely testifies before Congress and is now engaged on a long-term assessment of the economic and strategic implications of the North American petroleum renaissance.