Thursday, August 30, 2007MADISON COMMITTEE ON FOREIGN RELATIONS
Candid Discussions on Critical Foreign Affairs Issues
The Madison Committee on Foreign Relations invites you
to our regular September 11 meeting, for a discussion with:
Dr. Robert D. Langenkamp
Director, National Energy-Environmental Law Policy Institute
Mr. Langenkamp’s topic will be:
"Iraq's War without End: The Role of Oil"
Professor Langenkamp is director of the National Energy-Environment Law and Policy Institute at the University of Tulsa. After 15 years as a trial lawyer, he left private practice to serve in the U.S. Department of Energy as Deputy Assistant Secretary for Oil, Natural Gas & Shale Resources (1977-1981) and as Deputy Assistant Secretary, Naval Petroleum and Oil Shale Reserves and Divestment (1997-1998). He lectures and writes in the areas of oil and gas, privatization and energy policy.
He is the recipient of numerous awards including among many others, the Patriotism in Energy Award from the International Society of Energy Advocates, the Silver Medal for Outstanding Service to the U.S. Department of Energy and the Fenell Award for Public Policy. His career has taken him to Ghana for the African Financial Summit in 1999, Kazakhstan, Georgia, Turkey as a consultant for USAID, Romania, where he headed a U.S. Energy delegation to Bucharest, and Venezuela to negotiate nationalization of petroleum assets owned by certain U.S. interests. He was a consultant for Hagler- Bailly (USAID) in Kazakhstan, Georgia, prior to returning to the TU College of Law faculty. Professor Langenkamp received his undergraduate degree magna cum laude from Stanford University and the JD from Harvard Law School.
The discussion will be held:
Tuesday, September 11 at the Madison Club - 5 East Wilson Street
5:00 PM cash bar
5:30 Speaker presentation and discussion
6:30 Networking and H'ordurves
Cost: Sustaining members, no meeting fee
Attending members and spouses/partners of members - $20.00 at the door
One-time meeting guest - $20.00 at the door
One-time member prospect guests of members, complementary
RSVP planned attendance via E-mail to email@example.com by Friday, September 7.
The Madison Committee on Foreign Relations, Inc. is a non-partisan, non-profit organization dedicated to the open discussion of issues facing the United States and other nations. For more information, including membership information go to http://www.madison.com/communities/mcfr/.