CSIS appoints energy advisory council

The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Energy and National Security Program announced the creation of a new senior energy advisory council comprised of former high government officials and industry representatives.

By OGJ editors
HOUSTON, Nov. 12 -- The Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS) Energy and National Security Program announced the creation of a new senior energy advisory council comprised of former high government officials and industry representatives.

James Schlesinger, former Secretary of Energy, Defense, and former director of the Central Intelligence Agency, will be the chairman. The council will guide the CSIS Energy and National Security Program’s research priorities and program planning.

Other council members include Samuel Bodman, former Secretary of Energy, Abdallah Jum’ah, former Saudi Aramco chief executive officer, Luis Giusti, former chairman and chief executive officer of Petroleos de Venezuela SA and current CSIS senior advisor; and Peter Robertson, former vice-chairman of Chevron Corp.

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