May 19, 2022


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THIS REGULAR GENERAL MEETING LUNCHEON EVENT WILL BE HELD IN PERSON AND ALSO VIA WEBINAR. TO REGISTER FOR THE WEBINAR, PLEASE RETURN TO THE EVENTS PAGE FOR THE WEBINAR LINK.

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What are greenhouse gas (GHG) statements? Why do I need to know?

This presentation will include information on the how, what, and why of GHG statements. 

Since 2010, investor demand for, and company disclosure of, information about, climate change risks, impacts, and opportunities has grown dramatically. Consequently, questions arise about whether climate change disclosures adequately inform investors about known material risks, uncertainties, impacts, and opportunities, and whether greater consistency could be achieved.  This includes oil and gas production companies.

In May, 2020, the SEC Investor Advisory Committee approved recommendations urging the Commission to begin an effort to update reporting requirements for issuers to include material, decision useful environmental, social, and governance, or ESG factors.  Therefore, procedures have beend developed to validate and verify the data included in these "Green House Gas" statements.

 

 

 

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Registration & Walk-ins 

All attendees are encouraged to register and pay online for this event.  This is a more efficient means of registering for the event and enables the registration process at the meeting to move much faster.  Walk-in space is available on a seat-limited basis at a fee more than the on-line registration fee.

 

NOTE: 

To secure the health and safety of all attendees, SPE-GCS will apply the following new Covid-19 safety protocol guidelines: 

  1. Check in process (mandatory):
    1. Temperature check will be conducted (cannot be higher than F)
    2. Masks and hand sanitizer will be available on site
    3. Attendees who are sick will not be permitted to enter the event. This is without exception.

Only 4 persons in an elevator - so allow time for elevator ride to club.


 

Parking for this event
 
The TOTAL Plaza building (1201 Louisiana Street across from the Houston Hyatt Regency Hotel) is connected to the downtown Houston tunnel system.  Using the tunnel system, those working downtown can walk to our meeting in air-conditioned comfort.
 
If you will drive to this meeting, the following summarizes available parking:
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The image above shows how to access the club parking area at the new location of the Petroleum Club. Enter from Milam Street and exit onto Louisiana Street.  Parking fee paid at central meter outside building entrance via credit card.  
 
Surface parking lots are available to the south of the TOTAL Plaza building (between this building and the former EXXON Building), including one surface lot adjacent to the TOTAL Plaza Building - pay at meter (cost ~ $9).  Other surface lots in the area cost $8 - $9 and they frequently are full by mid-morning.
 
Parking is also available in the Hyatt Regency Hotel parking garage across the street.  Prices vary depending on time in the garage.  Cost for 2 hours of parking is $12.  
 
 
 
 

Featured Speakers

Speaker Herman Acuna, Executive Vice-Present, Ryder-Scott Company

Herman is experienced in management planning and decision making processes amidst a climate of competition and risk. In addition to providing advice in the areas of economic analysis, strategic planning, negotiation strategies, contract evaluation and conflict resolution and coordinating large high stake projects in the Caspian and Middle East regions, he …

Herman is experienced in management planning and decision making processes amidst a climate of competition and risk. In addition to providing advice in the areas of economic analysis, strategic planning, negotiation strategies, contract evaluation and conflict resolution and coordinating large high stake projects in the Caspian and Middle East regions, he is an expert in the evaluation of reserves and future income under a variety of fiscal terms and model contracts. Herman has also been involved with implementing Corporate Reserves Management Systems for several companies in his career.


Prior to joining Ryder Scott, he spent 10 years with Exxon Mobil. Herman has Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees with honors in Petroleum Engineering from the University of Tulsa. He is a registered engineer with the state of Texas.

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Organizer

Barry Faulkner

Email: barryf1944@gmail.com 


Phone: (281) 627-8790


Date and Time

Thu, May 19, 2022

11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Location

Petroleum Club of Houston

TOTAL Plaza, 1201 Louisiana St, 35th Floor
Houston, Texas 77002



Group(s): General Meeting