Turnaround Energy Summit Planned for October 28-29

We are pleased to announce our participation in this year’s Turnaround Energy Summit being held in Pittsburgh October 28 and 29.

According to TMA Pittsburgh, “The Pittsburgh region has always been at the epicentre of the Nation’s energy production and policy making. But traditional and alternative energy industries are facing rapid change and difficult times in response to geopolitical headwinds, innovation, regulatory challenges, and the complex forces that continually shape the national and global energy landscapes.Join hundreds of energy industry stakeholders as we dig deep into ground-breaking developments, strategies to deal with plunging oil and gas prices, emerging opportunities in the distressed debt and turnaround markets and the critical issues shaping the region’s natural energy economy and vitality. Tap regional energy resources. Explore our growing influential role in leading energy industries. Unearth new business development opportunities. Mine our rich natural resource heritage.”

Our own Ronald W. Schuler, Member in Charge of the Pittsburgh Office, will be moderating the panel Meeting Our Energy Infrastructure Needs. His panel will include:

  • Mark Hager, Williams Companies
  • Mark DeSantis, kWantera, Inc.
  • David Hartheimer, Clearbid Capital LLC
  • David Bordo, Independent Consultant

Click here to learn more about the conference and to register now.

Women in Energy Leadership Awards Announced

The Pittsburgh Business Times recently announced the 33 executives honored for the 2015 Women In Energy Leadership Awards.

Congratulations to all of these deserving professionals!

Meet the award winners by clicking here.

U.S. News Ranks Pitt and CMU Among Best Global Universities

U.S. News & World Report recently announced their list of best global universities and two Pittsburgh-based colleges earned this exclusive ranking.

The University of Pittsburgh (47th) and Carnegie Mellon University (71st) were recognized among 750 top universities.

The ranking focuses on the school’s academic research and reputation. The United States had more colleges included than any other country – with 181 represented.

Who else made the list? Click here to read the Pittsburgh Business Times article.