Energy Workforce & Technology Council’s Natchez Chapter held a recent chapter meeting on February 15. More than 30 people from Members, service companies, midstream and independent operators heard from Council leadership, as well as a market outlook.
Chapter Chair Jody Helbling, Energy Drilling Company, gave a chapter update, followed by Council COO Molly Determan offering an introduction to the Council, discussing opportunities and promoting the Council as a resource in the Mississippi and North Louisiana area.
SVP Government Affairs Tim Tarpley gave an update on legislative and regulatory affairs in Washington, DC that affect the sector and industry. Peyton Feltus, Randolph Risk Management, gave a market outlook.
The Council thanks sponsor Eastern Energy Services for its support.
The Chapter will hold its 15th annual scholarship golf tournament on May 5, with all proceeds funding local scholarships for those entering or continuing an undergraduate degree, graduate degree or vocational program. Click here for more information.
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