Energy Bar Association's Book Club Selection for Selection for Spring/Summer 2017
EBA Book Club Presents: The Domino Effect: How the Shale Revolution is Transforming Energy Markets, Industries and Economics
On Sunday, April 2, 2017, the Energy Bar Association Book Club will meet to discuss The Domino Effect: How the Shale Revolution is Transforming Energy Markets, Industries and Economics by E. Russell Braziel. A brief networking event will precede the discussion to allow for both in-town Members and those traveling to town for the 2017 EBA Annual Meeting & Conference to mix and mingle in a relaxed venue!
Date: Sunday, April 2, 2017
Time: 6:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Where: Presidents Sports Bar & Grille Renaissance Downtown Hotel (just off the main lobby) 999 Ninth Street N.W., Washington, DC 20001
Cost: FREE! (Snacks and beverages will be available for purchase at the bar.)
What: Networking event and Book Club discussion.
Join EBA Book Club: Every EBA Member is invited join for any or all quarterly sessions of the EBA Book Club. Let this be your inspiration to read industry-related literature at your own pace and discuss, ask questions, share perspectives and debate the book’s themes and conclusions with other EBA Members.
The EBA Book Club has both virtual and physical platforms to interact with other members. Virtually, the EBA Book Club will meet under “Energy Bar Association Book Club” . Please join the online EBA Book Club forum at www.goodreads.com (free registration required). Once you create an account, search for and join the Group “Energy Bar Association Book Club.”
Please direct any questions to the EBA Book Club Moderator at EBABCModerator@gmail.com
Registration: Please submit your FREE registration by no later than March 28th by clicking the Register Now button below.
All are welcome – even if you have not read the Spring 2017 Book – The Domino Effect: How the Shale Revolution is Transforming Energy Markets, Industries and Economics. If you would like to read the book, there is still time! In addition, you can read a recent Book Review of the book published in the current version of the Energy Law Journal, available for download here: http://www.felj.org/energy-law-journal/current-issue.