CEO Chris Faulkner to speak at World Affairs Council in Houston on OPEC, Oil Prices and the Global Impact
What: World Affairs Council of Houston Luncheon Program
Who: Chris Faulkner, CEO & Founder, Breitling Energy Corporation
Pradeep Anand is President, Seeta Resources
David Livingston, Associate in Carnegie’s Energy &Climate program
Moderator: James B. Adams retired from ExxonMobil in 2014 (35 years in the oil bus.)
When: WEDNESDAY, April 01, 2015, Registration: 11:30 a.m.
Luncheon Program: Noon – 1:30 p.m.
Where: The Hyatt Regency Houston, Imperial East Ballroom, 1200 Louisiana Street
Houston, Texas 77002 — Event URL: http://goo.gl/LgXxQx
CEO and Founder, Chis Faulkner plans to speak to the World Affairs Council of Houston, Noon, Wednesday, April 1, 2015. Faulkner will be presenting his economic observations on OPEC, Oil Prices and the Global Impact. “Oil prices have already reached a two-week high after Saudi Arabia launched airstrikes into Yemen raising concerns of war on the Arabian Peninsula. Brent crude shot up more than 4pc early Thursday to $58 per barrel, after Saudi air strikes and the 10-country coalition against Houthi militia forces,” noted Faulkner. “America needs to step up fracking, oil and gas exploration and job creation to move USA to less dependence upon OPEC,” he said.
Chris Faulkner is the Chief Executive Officer, President and Chairman of Breitling Energy Corporation, an oil and natural gas company based in Dallas, Texas. He is the author of The Fracking Truth – America’s Energy Revolution: The Inside, Untold Story, and producer of the fracking documentary Breaking Free. In 2013, Mr. Faulkner was named Industry Leader of the Year by the Oil & Gas Awards for the Southwest Region and Oil Executive of the Year by the American Energy Research Group.
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