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  • January 28, 2019 6:35 PM | Stephanie Vernon (Administrator)

    You are cordially invited to attend

    the

    Oklahoma City Q1

    Data Management Luncheon

    on

    February 12, 2019

    Hosted by

                                                            

     

    Carla Schaeperkoetter

    Education Director for OERB

    will present a talk entitled

    The OERB: Advancing our State.  Empowering our Nation”

     

    Created by the Oklahoma Legislature in 1993, the OERB is funded voluntarily by oil and natural gas producers and royalty owners through a one-tenth of 1 percent assessment on the sale of oil and natural gas. The OERB’s purpose is to conduct environmental restoration of orphaned and abandoned well sites and to educate Oklahomans about energy. At the heart of our mission is the OERB's ongoing commitment to clean up Oklahoma's orphaned and abandoned well sites -- sites left to ruin by those who have long since passed or disappeared. Our positive impact is seen not only in restored pastures, hillsides and ponds, but also on the faces of landowners, students and teachers across the state. We've shared our exciting energy curricula and safety messages with more than three million Oklahoma students. These numbers, along with the economic impact the petroleum industry brings to our state economy, continue to add up for Oklahoma.

    Event Registration:

    To register, please visit our website, www.ppdm.org, and click on the OKC Q1 Data Management Luncheon. To start, please sign into your account.  At the bottom of the event page, please select “Register Myself” and follow the prompts to add this event to your cart and complete your registration process. For assistance with your account, please contact helpdesk@ppdm.org.  .

    PPDM members will continue to enjoy free registration to these luncheons; but the decision has been made to charge non-members $25 to attend.  This cost is not for the meals or venue, but will help defray the administrative costs necessary to plan and conduct these events.  Please note that an Individual Membership is currently only $100 for a year, and if you decide to join PPDM within 10 business days following attending a luncheon, we will apply the cost of the luncheon to your membership.

    Please note that you will not receive a calendar invitation until you officially register. It’s important that you officially register in order for the organizers to ensure the correct capacity for meeting space, food, and parking.

    Location and Parking:

    Devon Energy is hosting our Q1 2019 luncheon and they are located at 333 West Sheridan, Oklahoma City.  Visitor parking is available at the northeast entrance of the parking garage on the first floor, located just north of the building at 101 North Harvey.  A parking garage attendant will greet you and ask for your name before granting access. 

    Check-In:

    After parking, please check in at the reception desk and they will direct you to the meeting room

    Registration:

    Registration will take place from 11:15 to 11:30 outside the meeting room

    Lunch:

    Lunch will be served at 11:30. If you have any food allergies, please indicate them when you register so catering can be advised.

    Cancellations:

    If you are registered for this event and find you will not be able to attend, please let me know no later than Friday, February 8th, so catering can be adjusted.



  • January 28, 2019 6:33 PM | Stephanie Vernon (Administrator)

    The Meinders Energy Association Invites Oklahoma City University Community, Students, Alumni, Faculty, and Staff to our 2019 Brownbag Lunch Speaker Series featuring
     
    James Webster, Retired Phillips66 Executive
    Value Chain Integration—Natural Gas Liquids

    Tuesday, February 5, 2019
    Classroom 120 | Noon
    Meinders School of Business | 26th and McKinley
    Engagement | Innovation | Impact
    *Please RSVP for this free event to Meredith Wegener:  mwegener@okcu.edu

     

    Value Chain Integration is a critical, but often overlooked discipline in the Upstream business by both Major and Independent E&P players.  Look no further than the Permian Basin now with hydrocarbon ready to move but limited access to pipeline or alternative transportation, storage, and export facilities.  This was a major area Mr. Webster managed by assessing and addressing with Phillips66 NGL Midstream growth program.  Major volumes of NGL were coming out of gas plants and crude production, but capital expenditures on value chain infrastructure had been flat for years.  Not only transportation and storage, but fractionation, ethylene cracker capacity, derivative capacity, export facilities, and import facilities in international countries that product would have to go to were all imbalanced.  Access to capital and external commercial relationships are a key to success.
       


  • January 24, 2019 1:25 PM | Stephanie Vernon (Administrator)

    Tuesday, February 26th

    11:30 am to 1:00 pm
    Presentation at noon

    at
    Will Rogers Theatre
    4322 N Western Ave
    Oklahoma City, OK 73118


    $30 Members
    $35 Non-members

     

    Speaker: Steven C. Agee, Ph.D. - Dean & Professor of Economics, Meinders School of Business, Oklahoma City University

    Topic:  “Monetary & Fiscal Policy Impacts of the Trump Administration and the Implications for the Energy Industry”
     CDOA credit pending

    Menu

    Baby Spring Mixes

    Herb Roasted Chicken Breast topped with Rosemary and Thyme Sauce

    Sautéed Green Beans

    Garlic Mashed Potatoes

    Dessert
    For Gluten Free options, please email Kodi at 
    Kodi.foreman@chk.com


     

    Payments


    CAPDOA is now accepting debit and credit card payments via PayPal. Select the pay with PayPal option when registering.
     

    Click Below to Register


    February Meeting  - 02/26/19

    Registration Deadline: Thursday, February 21st
    Cancelation Deadline: Thursday, February 21st
    Payment Deadline: Tuesday, February 25th

     
    Registration Note:
    CAPDOA pays for the meals based on the headcount submitted the week before each event. If you are unable to attend, please cancel your registration by the cancelation deadline.

    To cancel a registration email capdoa@capdoa.org by the registration deadline.


  • July 30, 2018 3:30 PM | Rukiya Williams (Administrator)

    Congratulations to the 2018 NALTA Conference winners!

    Emily Nowlin & Debra Jameson 

  • January 09, 2018 3:10 PM | Rukiya Williams (Administrator)

    Congratulations to our 2017 Service Award Winners:

    Member of the Year – Liz Bicoy

    Outstanding Services - Kelley Newkirk-Konarik

    Special Recognition – Kizzy Crowell

    Corporate Award – Devon Energy Corporation

  • October 10, 2017 12:49 PM | Sonia Rivas

    The NALTA Member of the Year award is given every year to an individual member to be determined by the NALTA Board of Directors. Nominees, which have contributed heavily to their local chapter, NALTA certification program, and place of employment, as well as being of high professionalism and character, are considered for this award.

    This year our very own Liz Bicoy was awarded with Member of the Year at the 2017 NALTA Conference in Galveston, Texas. We are so very happy to have you Liz, you are an outstanding member to our organization and your hard work and dedication is greatly appreciated!!

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