The State of Houston’s Global Economy 

On Monday 5/22/2017, the Greater Houston Partnership hosted an event called ‘The State of Houston’s Global Economy’ so it’s members could get the latest global economic outlook. The event featured a morning panel discussion among three executives who lead global institutions in Houston, Renu Khator, Chancellor and President, University of Houston, Jean-Francois Poupeau, Executive Vice President, Corporate Development, Lees meer
 
May 25, 2017

The City of Waco 

Waco Waco is a lesser known city in the heartland of Texas. The City of Waco is located in the heart of the Texas manufacturing and technology corridor on Interstate Highway 35, just 90 miles south of Dallas and 100 miles north of Austin. The city was founded in 1849 by the Huaco Indians that lived on the land in the present-day downtown area. Waco is the county seat of McLennan County. The US Census 2016 population estimate for the Lees meer
 
Posted by Saskia Pardaans May 12, 2017

Geothermal energy 

Geothermal energy Next to hydropower and biomass, geothermal energy is the largest renewable energy resource in the U.S. Harvesting geothermal energy distinguishes between energy gained from two or three km deep under the ground and from energy gained from approximately 100 m under the ground. The deeper the exploration the higher the temperature required. The United States have the most geothermal power of the world. Texas has the Lees meer
 
Posted by Saskia Pardaans May 12, 2017

OTC 2017 

OTC 2017 From May 1- May 4, the yearly Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) was hosted at the NRG stadium in Houston. Despite the current price of oil at $40[/bbl], a lot of Offshore Technology Companies were still present at this event. Organized by the IRO (The association of Dutch suppliers in the oil and gas industry and offshore renewable industry), the Dutch presence was remarkable again this year with 46 Dutch companies, an Lees meer
 
Posted by Saskia Pardaans May 12, 2017

King's Day 2017 was a huge succes! 

King's Day in Houston: 200 guests, 500 bitterballen, 100 kroketten, 450 sate's, 300 stroopwafels and lots of orange. It was a huge success. A new tradition has arisen Thank you all for joining us in celebrating King’s Day on April 27th. We hope you had a fantastic evening. For those who were not able to join us, we hope to see you next year! For sure, a new tradition has arisen. Special thanks to our valued sponsors: Jackson Walker, Lees meer
 
Posted by Saskia Pardaans May 05, 2017