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KBH Senator Hutchison Symposium


A collaboration between McCombs Business and Texas Law schools, the Kay Bailey Hutchison Energy Center focuses on energy issues at the intersection of business, law, & policy.


— Inspire & support the next generation of energy leaders

— Connect the brightest minds from the University of Texas with titans of the energy industry

— Encourage transformative ideas & opinions to shape the future of energy

Upcoming Events


The 8th Annual Energy Symposium


The 8th Annual Energy Symposium

The Kay Bailey Hutchison Energy Center invites you to pre-register for the 8th annual Energy Symposium!

2022 Symposium Panel

A Message from Senator Hutchison

Senator Hutchison gained extensive international experience and developed a deep understanding of NATO as Ambassador and served as a Senate Armed Services committee member.

News and Updates

  • Horns of a Dilemma x KBH Center
    Horns of a Dilemma x KBH Center

    Senator Hutchison joined the latest episode of the Horns of a Dilemma podcast. Tune in now!

    Listen Here
  • KBH Symposium Mentioned in WSJ
    Macro Supply and Demand Report
    KBH Symposium Mentioned in WSJ

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KBH Center Council Spotlight
  • Meet Carolyn Hansard

    Carolyn Hansard is currently the Senior Director for the Energy, Natural Resources, and Infrastructure portfolio at the Teacher Retirement System of Texas. She has primary responsibility for the $16B portfolio of fund and principal investments in both equity and credit mandates in the natural resources and infrastructure sectors. Carolyn is a member of the KBH Energy Center Executive Council.

Our Goals

  • Symposium 4

    Ideas and Communication

    We're building a broad platform to study the interdisciplinary issues associated with the needs of the energy industry and consumers. We resolve to convene leaders in the industry, academics, and government for discussion, study, and analysis of these issues.
  • Energy Management students in hard hats


    We support and enhance the educational mission of the McCombs School and the Law School. We strengthen the business and legal education of future leaders in the energy industry and promote innovative courses focused on the intersection of business, law, and policy in the energy sector.
  • Women in Energy 2


    We've created and supported networks for collaboration among energy professionals, scholars, and government officials. We work to connect University of Texas students and alumni to such networks.

Want to Stay in Touch?

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