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The San Antonio Pipeliners Association (SAPA) teamed up with the Women's Energy Network (WEN) South Texas Chapter to co-host a women in leadership luncheon. The event was held on April 16th at the Valero Energy Headquarters. The luncheon featured a panel of talented local leadership including Nora Teixeira of...
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The Women's Energy Network (WEN) held its national conference on March 27-29 in Denver, Colorado. WEN members from around the country converged at the Gaylord Rockies Resort & Convention Center to hear from speakers and panels in four tracks: legal/regulatory, technical, financial and leadership. Keynote addresses included Dr. Christine...
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The San Antonio Pipeliners Association (SAPA) hosted the Midstream Open Golf Tournament which provided a fun day of golf and networking on March 22 at the Hyatt Hill Country Golf Club. Guests were treated to a golf tournament, after-play buffet, cash bar and door prizes.
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The South Texas Energy & Economic Roundtable (STEER) and the Texas Oil & Gas Association (TXOGA) joined forces to share a positive energy diversity message with San Antonians at the 2019 King William Fair, a staple in the annual Fiesta activities. The organizations gave out the essentials: paper fans,...
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The World Affairs Council of Greater Houston hosted their 21st Annual Jesse H. Jones Award Luncheon on April 17 at the Post Oak Hotel at Uptown Houston. The Council recognized Jeff Shellebarger, President, Chevron North America Exploration and Production Co., as the 2019 International Citizen of the Year. Also...
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The essence of your problem is not in Washington, D.C. or in the various state capitals: It is in the local communities in and around which you operate. The local communities are also where the potential solutions to your problem must originate. That is the lesson America’s oil and gas...
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There are few things — if any — that are more important to our lives than water. Without water, human life ceases to exist. Texas is all too familiar with frequent periods of drought and increasing demand on our water supply; when we think about challenges with water it’s usually...
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On April 16, Colorado Governor Jared Polis signed SB 19-181 into law, initiating a sweeping overhaul of the state’s regulation of the oil and gas industry in the latest move of political activism aimed at oil and gas activities in the state. The new law creates a dangerous precedent...
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To enter the quaint town of Castroville is to feel like you’ve stepped back in time. With a nod to its French and German ancestry, the town with a population of less than 3,000 is filled with historic sites and homes, Alsatian restaurants, and beautiful pecan and cypress trees....
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As the fourth largest city in the country, it was no question Houston would be the next destination for Cambria Hotels. We’re a relatively new but dynamic brand that tailors the hotel experience to the guests themselves—simple yet sophisticated, flexible and tech savvy. In August, we will open the doors...