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ANNOUNCEMENTS

  • Distinguished Lecturer Evaluation

    If we all will evaluate each DL that we host, we can receive $1,500 from SPE. We only compete against other small chapters so this is something we can do! The evaluation only takes 2 minutes, so there is no reason not to participate!

  • Golf Fundraiser

    Thanks to all our supporters of the golf tournament raising funds for our North Texas Section's Bob McDaniel Memorial SPE Scholarship. We had 64 golfers participate and 50 hole sponsors! We really appreciate the continued support even as our industry is in a downturn. We will be able to continue giving scholarships as long as we keep up the great work! Save the date for Friday September 29th, 2017 for next year's golf date.

STUDENT SUPPORT

The North Texas Section is proudly the supporting Section for the MSU Student Chapter. Please visit the SPE website to find out more.  Our student members are always welcome to addend our Luncheons and we cover the cost of their meals.

There is an Advisory Board for the MSU Student Chapter that establishes an outline of topics and schedules speakers to give guest lectures to the students working on their petroleum engineering certificate at MSU.  The Advisory Board is in it's infancy now and if you would like to volunteer to participate, please contact Dwight Campbell with Midwestern Mud at 940-766-6296.  Additionally, Jim McCoy, James Tart (both of SPE), Mark Henderson and Tye Thacker are members of the board.

ENERGY NEWS

API NEWS

  • RICHMOND, Va., August 17, 2017 The Virginia Petroleum Council Executive Director Miles Morin released the following statement in response to Governor McAuliffes comments on the Interior Departments oil and gas leasing program.
  • WASHINGTON, August 17, 2017 Total petroleum deliveries in July moved up by 4.9 percent from July 2016 to average nearly 20.7 million barrels per day. These were the highest July deliveries in 10 years, since 2007. Compared with June, total domestic petroleum deliveries, a measure of U.S. petroleum demand, increased 1.6 percent. For year-to-date, total domestic petroleum deliveries moved up 1.3 percent compared to the same period last year.
  • WASHINGTON, August 17, 2017 API today urged the administration to expand the next five-year offshore oil and natural gas leasing program to include areas of the Outer Continental Shelf, including the Atlantic, Eastern Gulf of Mexico, and Arctic, with potential for new domestic energy resources, job creation, increased government revenue, and strengthened national security.
  • HARRISBURG, Pa., August 16, 2017 API Pennsylvania today released a new poll showing that the overwhelming majority of Pennsylvania voters would oppose legislation that would force consumers in the state to pay a special fee to bailout nuclear power companies. API Pennsylvania urged members of the Pennsylvania state legislature to reject any measure that could raise costs for consumers and hurt workers across the state.
  • WASHINGTON, August 15, 2017 API President and CEO Jack Gerard called President Trumps executive order to streamline energy infrastructure an important step in speeding up projects, creating jobs, and improving government efficiencies in delivering energy Americans demand.