Global Energy Sector and Business Management

Dates: January 15-17, 2024 · Duration: 3 Days

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About the program

This course examines:

  • The drivers of price fluctuation in the global energy market through an historical overview of changes in that market, with an emphasis on the interaction of economic and political factors and the impact on industry;
  • The particular political economic characteristics of major oil exporting states, with an eye to critically assessing the “resource curse” argument and the impact on business decision-making;
  • Current regulatory challenges for energy exporters and importers (both countries and industrial entities); and
  • The future of energy supply and demand and implications for energy exporters.

Program Partners

Meet the Faculty

Professor Gregory Gause

Professor of International Affairs and John H. Lindsey ’44 Chair
Bush School of Government
Texas A&M University

Dr. Eric Lewis

Assistant professor of Economics
Bush School of Government
Texas A&M University

Who should attend?

  • Professionals working on the management of global energy markets supply and demand.
  • Proficiency of written and spoken English.

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