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Outgoing Anadarko Petroleum Corp. Executive Chairman Jim Hackett plans to begin attending Harvard Divinity School in the fall. Hackett, 59, who served as CEO of The Woodlands, TX-based operator until last May, long has been interested in learning to write, speak and teach about faith and leadership, which were key reasons he retired from the company, according to a spokesman. The Harvard University program offers four degree programs: master of theological studies, master of divinity, master of theology and doctor of theology. Hackett’s retirement is to take effect after Anadarko’s annual meeting in May. He previously worked at Devon Energy Corp., as well as NGC Corp., Burlington Resources (acquired by Anadarko in 2006), and Amoco Oil Co. Hackett is a board member and adjunct professor at Rice University.

March 18, 2013

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Outgoing Anadarko Petroleum Corp. Executive Chairman Jim Hackett plans to begin attending Harvard Divinity School in the fall. Hackett, 59, who served as CEO of The Woodlands, TX-based operator until last May, long has been interested in learning to write, speak and teach about faith and leadership, which were key reasons he retired from the company, according to a spokesman. The Harvard University program offers four degree programs: master of theological studies, master of divinity, master of theology and doctor of theology. Hackett’s retirement is to take effect after Anadarko’s annual meeting in May (see Daily GPI, Feb. 20). He previously worked at Devon Energy Corp., as well as NGC Corp., Burlington Resources (acquired by Anadarko in 2006), and Amoco Oil Co. Hackett is a board member and adjunct professor at Rice University.

March 12, 2013

Natgas Chiefs, Industry Gather as Protesters Fume

Energy industry leaders, while directly challenging the opposition, called on the more than 1,600 people attending the Shale Gas Insight 2011 conference in Philadelphia Wednesday to help promote a national energy policy that significantly expands the role of natural gas.

September 8, 2011

Industry Execs Attack Natural Gas Opposition

Energy industry leaders, while directly challenging the opposition, called on the more than 1,600 people attending the Shale Gas Insight 2011 conference in Philadelphia Wednesday to help promote a national energy policy that significantly expands the role of natural gas.

September 8, 2011

GasMart Brings Natural Gas Market Network Center to Chicago

Natural gas buyers, from metals companies to food and paper processing conglomerates, and some of the largest chain stores, will be attending the GasMart 2007 conference hosted by Intelligence Press Inc. (IPI) in the Hyatt Regency McCormick Place Hotel in downtown Chicago, May 9-11. This 21st annual event features an all-new focus on its exclusive Market Network Center where buyers and sellers meet.

February 13, 2007

Survey Says Gas Prices Will Surpass $3 Before 2000

A sample of energy industry experts attending the Dain RauscherWessels Energy Conference in Houston expect prices to strengthentoward the end of this year, only to give way to general priceweakness in 2000. Many of the 146 people polled at the conferencesaid they expected gas prices at the Henry Hub to surge towards$3.10 before the end of this year, then fall to the $2.50 levelearly next year. Overall, 800 energy industry experts, companyrepresentatives, institutional investors and securities analystsattended the four-day conference, which ended last week.

September 20, 1999

Experts: Gas Prices Will Reach $3.00 Before 2000

A sample of energy industry experts attending the Dain RauscherWessels Energy Conference expects prices to strengthen toward theend of this year, only to give way to general price weakness in2000. Many of the 146 people polled at the conference said theyexpected gas prices to surge towards $3.10 before the end of thisyear, then fall to the $2.50 level in early next year. Overall, 800energy industry experts, company representatives, institutionalinvestors and securities analysts attended the four-day conference,which ended yesterday.

September 17, 1999