Hear about the U.S. ”energy renaissance” and its implications on policy in Nov. 15 talk

On Thursday, Nov. 15, the Case Western Reserve University Energy Alliance Speaker Series will continue with the lecture, “The Energy Renaissance and Implications for U.S. Energy Policy,” led by Oklahoma State University Professor Betty Simkins. In her talk, Simkins will discuss the United States’ “energy renaissance”—the dramatic increase in natural gas and crude oil supplies. She will address five energy realities that she believes are crucial for the government to address.

The event will begin at 2 p.m. in Nord Hall 310.

For more information and registration, visit energy.case.edu/speaker-series-Betty-Simkins.