Nov. 1, 2007


Description

As one of the largest petroleum engineering programs in the nation, Texas Tech University College of Engineering will share its vision to address the oil and gas industry’s manpower and workforce demands. While this is not a fundraising event, the need for private support will be addressed. Chancellor Hance or/and Dean Pam Eibeck will mention the TTU Petroleum Engineering fundraising plan and campaign goals.


Cocktails and Hors D'Oeuvres
Attire is Business Casual

Featured Speakers

Speaker Michael Williams
Chairman TX Railroad Commission Industry Keynote Speaker Chairman Michael Williams, TX Railroad Commission. Global and national overview of workforce issues surrounding the oil and gas industry. Manpower availability studies tying in the future demand for qualified petroleum engineers. (20 minute presentation) Chancellor Kent Hance, Texas Tech University System. Overview of Texas Tech University, the ...

Chairman
TX Railroad Commission


  • Industry Keynote Speaker Chairman Michael Williams, TX
    Railroad Commission.
     Global and national overview of workforce
    issues surrounding the oil and gas industry. Manpower availability studies tying in the future demand for qualified
    petroleum engineers. (20 minute
    presentation)

  • Chancellor
    Kent Hance, Texas
    Tech University
    System. 
    Overview of Texas Tech University, the College of Engineering
    and TTU’s partnership with the oil and gas industry. (10 minutes)

  • Dean
    Pamela Eibeck, Texas
    Tech UniversityCollege
    of Engineering. 
    Address the plan of
    action the College
    of Engineering,
    specifically the Petroleum Engineering Department, is taking to support the
    future of the petroleum industry. (5
    minutes)

  • John
    Walker, CEO EnerVest Management Partners, will provide introductory and
    closing remarks, and introduce all speakers.




Full Description



Organizer

Claudia Thornton


Date and Time

Thu, Nov. 1, 2007

6 p.m. - 7 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central


Location

Petroleum Club

800 Bell St, #4300
Houston, TX 77002
USA