Tuesday, November 10, 2015
Key Note Speaker - Eric Smith
Professor, Tulane University
Associate Director, Tulane Energy Institute
Roosevelt Hotel - Roosevelt Ballroom Salon
123 Baronne St. New Orleans, LA
11:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
$45 in advance | $50 at the door
Eric Smith currently is a Professor of Practice at the A.B. Freeman School of Business at Tulane University. He also serves as the Associate Director of the Tulane Energy Institute. He joined Tulane in 2003. In addition, he is the Energy committee co-chairman of the World Trade Center of New Orleans and acts as Tulane's media spokesman for energy issues. He recently authored a report that deals with the positive economic impact of the US shale initiative on the Louisiana economy.
Eric is a 1965 Chemical Engineering graduate of the Georgia Institute of Technology and earned an MBA, in 1967, from the A. B. Freeman School at Tulane University. In addition to twelve years of full time academic/advisory experience, he has nineteen years of experience in the international offshore drilling and construction sectors with positions including EVP at Torch, Inc., President and Chairman of Saipem, Inc. and, preceding Saipem, ten years at J. Ray McDermott. Prior to his roles in offshore drilling and construction, he was involved in downstream petrochemicals, first with Allied Chemical and subsequently with the Ethyl Corporation.
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Gold: $1,000 - Includes table of 8 with preferred seating; company logo
on Welcome Banner and listing in program.
Silver - $500 - Includes reserved table of 8, listing in program.
Bronze - $100 - One ticket and listing in program.
P.O. Box 50110
New Orleans, LA 70150