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By Robert Rapier on Dec 28, 2009 with no responses

Transcript from My EIA Panel Session

I only recently became aware that the 2009 Energy Conference put on by the Energy Information Administration has posted the audio and transcripts of all of the sessions. You can hear the audio or download the transcript from my session – Energy and the Media – here. I summarized the overall conference in two posts right after the conference: The 2009 EIA Energy Conference: Day 1 The 2009 EIA Energy Conference: Day 2 My fellow panelists were Steven Mufson from the Washington Post; Eric Pooley from Harvard, (and the former managing editor of Fortune); and Barbara Hagenbaugh from USA Today. The panel was moderated by John Anderson of Resources for the Future (and a long-time reporter and editorial writer for… Continue»

By Robert Rapier on Mar 5, 2009 with no responses

2009 EIA Energy Conference

Sorry for the long gap in posts, but I haven’t had much Internet access this week. Now I am freshly arrived back in the U.S., so I thought I would just quickly touch base. The 2009 EIA Energy Conference is scheduled for April 7th and 8th, and I have been invited to be on a panel session called Energy and the Media. Lots of familiar names will be speaking; at least familiar to me. I have mentioned Paul Sankey from Deutsche Bank here a couple of times. I have spoken with Steve Mufson from the Washington Post on energy issues, and he will be on the panel with me. Of course former TWIP author and friend of R-Squared Doug MacIntyre… Continue»

By Robert Rapier on Jun 12, 2008 with no responses

Doug MacIntyre on CNBC

Friend of R-Squared and frequent commenter, Doug MacIntyre from the Energy Information Administration was on CNBC today explaining that demand destruction in the U.S. will be compensated for by increased growth in China. He also said that if we drilled in ANWR, their study showed that it would take 10 years and would only lower oil prices by $2.00/bbl. Check out the interview: Precarious Petroleum It was good to finally put a face and voice with the name, even if he was delivering news that most of the U.S. won’t want to hear. Thanks to a reader for sending the link.