November 04 - November 05 2014, Hyatt Regency Houston, Houston, Texas, USA
Bet on Yourself and the Future of Energy at WGLC
Gulf Publishing Company’s 11th Women’s Global Leadership Conference in Energy (WGLC) takes place November 4-5 in Houston, Texas. This year's conference program will explore Betting on the Future: Energy with sessions focused on the world energy outlook, LNG, natural gas, women and innovative team thinking, managing risks, resilience strategies, the imposter syndrome, the gender gap and challenges specific to the professional and leadership development of women.
As one of the largest women’s events in the industry, and the only one that focuses on discussing key environmental, economic and professional development issues in oil and gas, this is the perfect forum to network with your peers and exchange valuable ideas and experiences. Targeted specifically to matters of female leadership, WGLC strives to provide meaningful discussion on all aspects of responsible stewardship ranging from energy security and geopolitics to personal career development.
It’s an exciting time to be a woman in the oil and gas industry as new discoveries and technological innovations create global opportunities. We hope you'll join us at WGLC 2014 and discover how you can take advantage of these new options to further develop your career in the oil and gas industry.
Invited participants in this year's conference include:
and more. Stay tuned for agenda announcements.
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As low oil prices make naphtha cracking margins in Europe and Asia more competitive, are investments in new, ethane-based petrochemicals capacity in the US and Middle East becoming less attractive?
Yes, ethane cracking is less economical
No, ethane cracking is still the future
Too early to tell