The energy industry has evolved plenty since OPEC took the world stage in the 1970s, and no one knows that more than past presidents of the NCAC.
Several of these individuals will discuss how our business has changed during and after their leadership, and the skills that are needed to adapt.
If a career tuneup is one of your New Year's Resolutions, you won't want to miss this lunch.
This will be a great opportunity for new members and industry veterans to hear how Washington energy economists have dealt with issues like fuel standards, supply and demand fundamentals, and FERC and the deregulated gas and power industries, among many others.
It will also be a chance to reconnect with members and colleagues.
These past presidents have decades of experience in the public and private sectors, and all have been invited:
Ramses Omar Cabrales (moderator)
Please join us at Chinatown Gardens.
The cost of the event includes both dinner and drinks. A government-issued photo ID is required for entry. No walk-ups will be accommodated.