Today’s energy markets are being rocked by new technologies, massive flow shifts to exports, and a myriad of new midstream infrastructure projects — to say nothing of the continuing onslaught of Mother Nature. It is more important than ever to understand how the markets for crude oil, natural gas and NGLs are tied together, and that is why it is time again for RBN’s School of Energy. But … this is not the best time for our Houston conference venue. So we’ve made the decision to GO VIRTUAL! We will webcast the entire School in real-time, with the same content, the same faculty and the same models. And since an understanding of the new realities of today’s energy markets is so essential, we have renewed, restructured and rebuilt our curriculum to CONNECT THE DOTS across our content, data and models. That’s the theme for our upcoming School of Energy 2017 – Virtual Edition, which we summarize in today’s advertorial blog.
In the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, the Houstonian Hotel — our venue for School of Energy — was closed. Although the hotel will reopen well before our scheduled conference dates of October 24-25, enough of our registrants have expressed concerns about the Fall School of Energy that we’ve made the decision to GO VIRTUAL! We will webcast the entire School in real-time, during the same two days as the originally scheduled dates. All the content and models will be the same as we were planning before Harvey, only you’ll participate from the comfort of your office or home, rather than at the Houstonian Conference Center. We’ll do everything we can to make the experience just like the in-person conference, including live Q&A, real-time access to presentation materials, and downloadable models.