West Coast Reader Meet-Up On Monday, Followed By Energy Investor Conference Speaking Engagement

Calling all San Francisco Infill Thinking members: we’d like to buy you a mid-morning coffee / bite, shake your hand and chat oilfield trends with you.

We are hosting our next reader meet-up event in the Bay Area this coming Monday.

This will be our 5th member appreciation event of 2018.

Meet-Up Details

Our events are informal, come-and-go style networking opportunities. These are non-commercial events with the sole purpose of gathering like-minded folks to compare notes and share knowledge.

  • When: Monday, June 11, 2018 from 10:00am to 12:00pm
  • Where: Mazarine Coffee located in San Francisco’s Financial District. Address: 720 Market St. San Francisco, CA  94102 (415) 398-7700 Note location is subject to change based on group size, so please let us know you are coming (see RSVP instructions below).
  • Who: All paying subscribers are invited to stop by, network, chat and have coffee and a bite on the Infill Thinking tab (the Beet Hummus & Avocado Toast here is killer) Infill Thinking founder and principal research analyst Joseph Triepke will be here for several hours chatting with members while working on our next update.
  • RSVP: Please let us know you are coming by emailing your name and phone number to [email protected]. We will contact you if anything about the event changes (this venue is on the smaller side, so depending on the number of RSVPs, we may need to relocate to a larger coffee shop nearby).

For our many readers in other cities around the globe, we will keep you posted when we visit your neck of the woods! Later this year, we are planning more events in other finance hubs and oilfields, so stay tuned. We hope to meet up with you one day soon.

Why We Are In Town

Infill Thinking founder Joseph Triepke has been invited to participate in an energy investor conference hosted by Wells Fargo on the West Coast next week. Joseph will be one of the speakers at the event, joining an esteemed panel to discuss US frac supply chain trends (see panel details below).

feature image courtesy: Mazarine Coffee