Past event

Invitation Only

US Energy Revolution: Implications for US and European Competitiveness

Chatham House, London

US and the Americas Programme, US Geoeconomic Trends and Challenges

Event documents

Meeting Note: The US Energy Revolution: Implications for US and European Competitiveness
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Participants

Trevor Houser, Visiting Fellow, Peterson Institute for International Economics; Partner, Rhodium Group; Co-author, Fueling Up: The Economic Implications of America's Oil and Gas Boom

Overview

Trevor Houser will discuss the implications of the US energy revolution on European and American competitiveness. He will share his insights into pertinent issues such as what the economic advantages are for the US, whether the revolution puts European competitiveness at a disadvantage, and what this revolution means, more broadly, for competitiveness.

The conversation will take place under the Chatham House Rule.  

This event is part of a series on US and European perspectives on common economic challenges sponsored by Bank of America Merrill Lynch. 

Attendance at this event is by invitation only.