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Please put 7:30 AM - 9:00 AM, Tuesday December, 10th 2019, on your calendar for the next Energy Finance Discussion Group breakfast.


Aaron Harber, host of “The Aaron Harber Show: will present:


“How The Energy Industry Won The Battle But Lost The War…
… And The As Yet Unrecognized Path To Future Success for American Energy.”


Aaron hosts “The Energy Roundtable TM” (HarberTV.com/Energy & HarberTV.com/Frac) focused on issues related to Energy and the Environment.  With his singular background as a former consultant to the U.S. Department of Energy, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission, and the U.S. Energy Information Administration, Public Service Company of Colorado (Xcel Energy), and the Colorado Department of Natural Resources, as well as being an energy royalty owner and having done academic work in the energy arena, Aaron is uniquely qualified to address energy-related issues at a level not normally seen in journalistic fields.


Aaron graduated from Princeton University with an A.B., and received a special certificate from The Woodrow Wilson School of Public & International Affairs, where he concentrated in Economics.  He also achieved a Master's Degree in Public Administration (MPA) from Harvard University's John F. Kennedy School of Government, where he concentrated in ethics in business, government, and politics. At Harvard, he also wrote a thesis on campaign finance laws and election practices in all 50 states.”


“The Energy Roundtable” series has featured over 327 shows and more than 438 guests.  No other broadcast television series has featured more energy-related programs in the history of the United States than “The Energy Roundtable.”  Aaron also was an elected member of the Board of Trustees of Princeton University where he served as a member of Princeton’s Department of Civil & Geological Engineering’s Advisory Committee.  For more information, go to HarberTV.com/Info + HarberTV.com + HarberTV.com/Award 


Aaron has a long record of watching the energy industry through the lens of a journalist.  This gives him a unique perspective and I am looking forward to his planned Q & A session.  I do hope you will be able to join in and participate!


EFDG will meet at the Denver Athletic Club (DAC) in the Grand Ballroom.  DAC is located at 1325 Glenarm Place.  As the DAC will require a final head count by the Friday morning preceding our Tuesday event anyone interested in attending will need to register by the close of business on Thursday afternoon (December 5th).  There will be a very significant increase in the cost of registering after Thursday, so please do sign up before this deadline.


Sincerely Andy Logan

Coordinator:  Energy Finance Discussion Group

(303)-278-3378

 

Energy Finance Discussion Group