Rocky Mountain Energy Economics Banquet held in downtown Denver

The banquet was held at the Denver Athletic Club on OCtober 27.
The banquet was held at the Denver Athletic Club on OCtober 27. | shutterstock
The Colorado School of Mines recently announced that the Rocky Mountain Energy Economics Banquet was held in downtown Denver at the Denver Athletic Club on Oct. 27.

Ph.D. and M.S. students from the economics and business division of the mineral and energy economics program at Mines organized the event.

Federal Reserve Bank of Dallas Senior Vice President and Director of Research Mine Yucel served as the event’s keynote speaker. Yucel spoke about the effect that changes of oil prices in the U.S. have had on the economy.

This chapter of the U.S. Association for Energy Economics was formed by the desire to help bring academia and industry together to benefit the local energy community. The event, which is held on an annual basis, provides opportunities for networking and idea exchange within the local industry.

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