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"Oil in Troubled Waters" Public Forum to Examine the Cause, Consequences and Cost of Spill in the Gulf
The worsening deepwater oil spill off the Gulf of Mexico coast is the topic of a public briefing and discussion by several university experts in petroleum engineering, geology, law, business and environment Tuesday, May 18, sponsored by the Energy Institute at The University of Texas at Austin.
The 10 a.m. (CDT) program in the auditorium of the West Pickle Research Building near Loop 1 (MoPac) and West Braker Lane in Austin, is free and open to the public. It will address issues about the Deepwater Horizon disaster, including the cause, consequences and cost of the oil spill.Read more
McCombs School of Business Dean Tom Gilligan hosted a lively discussion on the current economic crisis threatening America's financial stability as well as the global economy on Oct. 3 just as Congress moved to pass a $700 billion taxpayer-funded rescue bill.Read more