Category: Government Affairs

  • Rep. Fletcher Supports “All of the Above” Energy Policy During Council Roundtable

    The Council hosted a virtual policy roundtable on Monday with Rep. Lizzie Fletcher (D-TX-07) hosted by Advisory Board Member and Government Affairs Committee Chair, Todd Ennenga, Halliburton, and Tim Tarpley, SVP Government Affairs for the Council. Rep. Fletcher highlighted the importance of the energy industry’s perspective in the conversation about a cleaner and more reliable […]

  • Wyoming Gov. Gordon Discusses Challenges During Council Townhall

    During a recent policy townhall hosted by the Council’s SVP Government Affairs Tim Tarpley and Government Affairs Committee Chair Todd Ennenga, Halliburton, Wyoming Gov. Mark Gordon discussed challenges and opportunities his state is facing related to energy policy more than a year after the pandemic began. In his opening remarks, Gov. Gordon announced several new state projects and programs […]

  • Member Kimray Hosts Rep. Stephanie Bice for Tour, Townhall

    Rep. Stephanie Bice (R-OK-5) saw a firsthand example of the energy technology and service sector’s innovative manufacturing technology during a visit of Kimray headquarters in Oklahoma City organized by the Energy Workforce & Technology Council. During the event, Bice heard about issues affecting the men and women working in our sector.   Kimray CEO Thomas Hill […]

  • Wesley Hunt Shares Thoughts on Leadership, Energy

    On October 29, PESA’s Government Affairs Committee, led by Todd Ennenga, Halliburton, had a lively discussion with Wesley Hunt, Republican congressional candidate for TX-7.  The seventh congressional district is on the west side of Houston. It encompasses much of the energy corridor and is home to the headquarters of several PESA members.  Wesley Hunt narrowly lost to the […]

  • Oklahoma Regulators Table Mandated Production Cuts, Adopt Storage Measures

    On Monday, May 11, Oklahoma oil and gas regulators heard arguments on a petition to declare excess oil as “waste” and a plan to mandate production cuts but did not act on either proposal at the conclusion of the five-hour meeting. In April, LPD Energy Company submitted an application to the Oklahoma Corporation Commission for […]

  • 2020 PESA Washington, DC Fly-In Reception RSVP

    Tuesday, February 11, 2020 5:30 – 7:30 p.m. SR-385 Russell Senate Office Building 2 Constitution Ave. NE Washington, DC 20002 We hope you can join us. Please enter the following information to RSVP.

  • PESA Product Exclusion Granted By USTR

    PESA is pleased to announce that another PESA product exclusion has been granted by USTR. On September 20, USTR granted PESA request USTR-2018-0025-6598. This request was for sucker rods, pony rods and polished rods used exclusively with pumping systems that extract oil and gas from the earth (i.e. artificial lifts). The request also covers sucker-rod […]

  • Members Invited to Discover Global Markets

    PESA Members are invited to Discover Global Markets, a business development forum sponsored by the U.S. Department of Commerce, in Houston on September 30-October 2. U.S. diplomats from more than 19 Middle Eastern and African countries will be available for one-on-one meetings to discuss market trends and new oil and gas projects in Algeria, Egypt, […]

  • PESA Selected to Participate in U.S.-Mexico Energy Business Council

    PESA is proud to announce that Tim Tarpley, Vice President Government Affairs, was recently appointed to a two-year term on the U.S.-Mexico Energy Business Council. Tarpley will utilize this position to advocate for PESA Members with operations in Mexico, supporting OFES operations in country and increasing U.S. exports and operations in the market. PESA President Leslie Beyer […]

  • New Mexico EnergyPlex Conference Examines Current Energy Boom

    The annual New Mexico EnergyPlex Conference, hosted by the Economic Development Corporation of Lea County, was held June 26 at the Lea County Event Center in Hobbs, NM. The county, which is the second-highest oil and gas producing county in the United States, is home to many PESA members. Lea County is known as the […]

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