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Chairman's Corner November 2007

I want your story. Read on and I will tell you why. Many of you may have recently watched all or partof Ken Burns’ new 15-hour documentary on PBS about World War II (The War). The format of this excellent program was similar to his previous projects including The Civil War, Baseball, and Lewis & Clark. What make these programs so compelling are the personal stories and first-person accounts of both the famous and the front-line individuals who played large or small parts in the subject covered. It is the stories of the ordinary men and women that have the most effect in making the events real to the viewer. In my day job, I am fortunate to meet many small E&P company owners and engineers as we review projects. Most of these folks have been in our business for …