Monday, February 20, 2012

2/21 - TEF Hosts Navigant Consulting Reminder

REMINDER: Join us this Tuesday as we host Bob Gibb and Todd Lester of Navigant Consulting. See below for more details about the event.

TUES, FEBRUARY 21ST, 6:30-7:30pm, GSB 3.106

Join us as we host Bob Gibb and Todd Lester, Associate and Managing Directors of Navigant Consulting in a discussion on the Keystone XL Pipeline and Navigant's Energy Consulting Practice. On Tuesday, February 21st, from 6:30-7:30PM in GSB 3.106, Mr. Gibb and Mr. Lester will talk about the impacts and effects of the Keystone XL Pipeline proposal, as well as their energy consulting experiences at Navigant. As a featured speaker at the 2012 University of Texas Energy Forum and the "Natural Gas Use in Texas and Unconventional Production" Conference in 2011, Mr. Gibb has shared his insights on a variety of topics to faculty and students across campus. The presentation on Feb. 21st will be open to all UT students free of charge. Free pizza and drinks will also be provided, but seating will be limited so please arrive early. For more information on the event, visit the Texas Energy Forum website at

Navigant’s Energy Practice is comprised of more than 280 full-time consultants plus dozens of independent advisers providing existing and prospective owners of energy supply and delivery assets the ability to evaluate, plan, develop, and enhance the operating value of their investments within evolving market and regulatory structures. Navigant's energy consultants offer deep industry knowledge and functional expertise in a range of services to public power and investor owned utilities, independent power producers, financial entities, law firms, government energy organizations, and energy equipment providers. Visit for more information.

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