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Positive Spillover: Impacts of the U.S. Energy Renaissance - Helen Currie

USAEE - Houston Chapter

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (CDT)

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The Houston Chapter of the United States Association for Energy Economics (USAEE) cordially invites you to join us for our meeting on Tuesday October 15th.

TOPIC: Positive Spillover: Economic Impacts of the US Energy Production Renaissance

SPEAKER BIO: Helen Currie is Senior Economist with ConocoPhillips Corporation where she currently oversees the company’s long range plan development in addition to advising on investment analyses, political risk, scenario planning and other strategic initiatives.  Her previous roles at ConocoPhillips include Director of Upstream Business Analysis, Commercial Risk Management for Crude, Refined Products, NGLs, Natural Gas and Power Marketing, as well as leading a Commercial Risk Systems project and designing a front-to-back office training program in the Commercial organization.   From 2007-2010, Dr. Currie was with BG Group, leading the Americas Market Fundamentals research team which supported strategic planning, business development and trading.   Prior to joining Conoco in 2001, Dr. Currie was on faculty at Elon University and LaGrange College for M.B.A. and undergraduate finance and economics programs.  Her academic research focused on mortgage backed securities valuation and financial institutions management.  She previously worked with the State of Washington’s Department of Ecology conducting Economic Impact Studies and Small Business Economic Analyses for air, water and hazardous waste regulations. 

A financial economist by training, she holds a Ph.D. in finance from Mississippi State University, a M.A. in economics from the University of Washington, and a B.A. in economics from Millsaps College.  


REGISTRATION: Be sure to provide the name of each person in your party, as well as how you would like it to appear on his/her name tag (please e-mail all additional attendee names to Houston.iaee@gmail .com).The Chapter has a 48-hour cancellation policy. Registration closes 24 hours prior to the meeting.All walk-ups will be assessed a $10 surcharge and are subject to space availability.

LOCATION: The meeting will take place at the Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas, Houston Branch. Doors open at 11:30am for networking. Lunch will be served at 12:00pm. If you have any dietary requirements please be sure to list them when registering. The presentation will be followed by a brief Q&A session.

MEMBERSHIP: To join the Houston chapter, please visit http://houstonusaee.eventbrite.com Annual dues are $25 and entitle you to the members’ discounted registration rate, the right to vote on Chapter business, elect officers and the satisfaction of joining Houston’s premier professional and educational forum for energy economics. **Please note: Membership in the Houston Chapter does not provide membership in the National Chapter**

Please visit our Chapter web site at http://www.usaee.org/chapters/houston.aspx for information on current and upcoming presentations, as well as presentations from previous event speakers.

Have questions about Positive Spillover: Impacts of the U.S. Energy Renaissance - Helen Currie? Contact USAEE - Houston Chapter

When & Where

Federal Reserve Branch Building
1801 Allen Parkway
Houston, TX 77019

Tuesday, October 15, 2013 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM (CDT)

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