Energy Conference - RESCHEDULED

New Date:
September 13, 2017
Hilton Americas
1600 Lamar St. Houston, TX 77010
8 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.

Houston is the energy capital of the country, and the business behind the industry is driven by many of the CPAs who attend this conference every year. With speakers from all Big 4 CPA firms and company leaders and topics impacting Houston’s largest industry, you can’t miss this conference if you work in energy. 



Energy Outlook 

Linda Castaneda, EY US Oil & Gas Advisory Lead


E&P Panel
 

Moderator: Brian Baumler, PKF of Texas Director 

 Tim Duncan, Talos Energy CEO


Accounting and SEC Update 

Camaron Thorson, KPMG Audit Partner 

Suzanne Johnson, KPMG Partner


Lease Accounting 

Chad Soares, PWC 

Socrates Hadjisavvas, Noble Energy 

Howard Guild, Schlumberger CAO


Luncheon Keynote

Douglas Stephens, Franks International CEO 

John England, Deloitte Global Energy Partner 


Cyber Security 

Peter Purcell, Trenegy Managing Director 


Tax Update 

Tim Buford, PWC Tax Partner 


M&A Update 

Paul Horak, Deloitte Audit Partner 


Capital Markets Panel
 

James Jackson, Citi Bank Director in the Global Energy Group 

Jesse Krynak, First Reserve Vice President 


IMPORTANT INFO: 

If you cannot attend this new date, you have a few options:

  1. Transferring your registration fee to another conference. We have several upcoming conferences including our CFO/Controller Conference, Personal Financial Planning/Medicare Workshop, Healthcare Symposium, and the Young Professionals Conference. 

  2. We can process a full refund with no cancellation fee. 

    If you plan to take advantage of either a refund or transfer, please email Genique Gilmore at ggilmore@houstoncpa.org. Due to an increase in office communications, we are asking all refund and transfer requests to be done via email.

  3.  Due to the rescheduling of the conference and the aftermath of Harvey, we will waive the late fee on registrations received after 8/24/17.


Member $275
Nonmember CPA $325

For sponsorship inquiries, contact Frances Boeckers at the Society office (fboeckers@houstoncpa.org; 713.622.7733 x240)