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OCU Law to Host Energy Roundtable

Energy Roundtable

As Oklahoma gears up for an oil and gas renaissance, energy experts will discuss what to expect for 2017 and beyond during the Energy Roundtable, hosted by the Oklahoma City University School of Law from 11:45 a.m. to 1:15 p.m. March 9.

A keynote address will be presented by Steve Dixon, CEO of Tapstone Energy, followed by a roundtable discussion featuring Mike Teague, Oklahoma secretary of Energy & Environment; Michael Ming, general manager at GE Global Research Oil and Gas Technology Center; and Dana Murphy, Oklahoma Corporation Commission chairwoman. The panel will be moderated by Jim Roth, director at Phillips Murrah P.C. and former corporation commissioner.

“With Oklahoma companies expanding their drilling budgets in Oklahoma, re-employing people and getting back to work around exciting new formations such as the SCOOP and STACK – this is an opportunity to learn what it all means and why there is reason for optimism,” said Roth, OCU Law practitioner in residence and co-organizer of the roundtable. “Oklahoma posted its first GDP gain in four quarters, and just last week Oklahoma added more rigs than any other state in America.”

Roth’s extensive background in energy was motivation for this event, which will provide important and relevant information to students seeking a career in energy, those already working in the industry as well as the entire business community, which relies heavily on the economics of Oklahoma’s oil and gas industry. This will be the first open forum on energy hosted by OCU Law. Registration is $20, with lunch included. Registration is available online at https://oculawenergyroundtable.eventbrite.com.

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