Energy Rodeo 2015 for future energy traders

Anyone attending the 2015 Energy Rodeo?

Thoughts or opinions from previous ones?

Thinking about skipping 2015, but doing 2016 and pursuing a job as a Natty Gas trader. By then I'd have:

1) 2.5 years of NG Scheduling experience(f500 company)
2) 1.5 years of finance experience(PE firm SA gig + Major O&G company internship)
3) 25 years old/4yrs> removed from graduating from top 30 B school(undergrad)
4) 1/4th done in top Masters(finance) program

And hopefully between to 2-3 networking events in 2015, so this wouldn't be my first go-around. Primarily, I'd like to gain more technical knowledge before I flirt with the idea and I hope 2015 I can understand the economics of Physical Natural Gas trading better. I have about 3-4 really good headhunters and HR contacts at other big O&G firms to talk to, but that's just what it is.

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