Gulf Matters: Three Game Changing Perspectives on the Future of the Oil and Gas Industry
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The tragic Gulf of Mexico spill and the events that followed will have a dramatic impact on the oil and gas industry for years to come. The plugging of the Deepwater Horizon well brings the Gulf of Mexico disaster one step closer to resolution. While clean-up efforts continue and the long-term environmental impact remains unknown, eyes are turning to the long-term impact the disaster will have on the future of the oil and gas industry.
On Tuesday, August 25th from 9:00 a.m. - 10:30 a.m., the Deloitte Center for Energy Solutions hosted a webinar entitled Gulf Matters: Three prominent perspectives on the game changing implications of the oil spill. Focused on the Gulf of Mexico disaster and the challenges the O&G/Energy industries are facing in the near future, as well as the national energy/security implications, the webinar, moderated by Branko Terzic, will feature three of our game changers providing their perspectives on the industry and its future, including:
- Peter J. Robertson, Independent Senior Advisor, Oil & Gas - Oil & Gas industry response and impacts
- Governor Tom Ridge, Senior Advisor, Government - Policy and political ramifications
- General Charles F. Wald USAF (Ret.), Director and Senior Advisor, Aerospace & Defense - Energy security ramifications
If you missed the chance to listen to this informative webcast, or just wish to watch again, it's now available below:
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