We are vested and invested in the oil/energy
industry and its related businesses and their impact on our individual
lives and the future of our country. Our program committee is providing
very interesting and informative speakers who provide us with information
we need to consider and decide what role each of us can and should play
in protecting and enhancing our industry and country for the future. We
learn, we participate or we let it happen. Let’s be active; encourage
each other, seek new members, attend all meetings and make suggestions
for improving POPS.
Upcoming Luncheon Presentations|
Registration at 11:00 — Lunch at 11:30 — Presentation at 12:15
Cost of the luncheon is:
15 – Dr. Rusty Riese,
Adjunct Professor, Rice University
– Climate Change: Facts and Fictions, from an independent scientist perspective
Work by Professor Riese has resulted in some important
conclusions that will surprise the “global warmers:”
All of the scary global warming scenarios are based on
None of the models work.
There is and has been no scientific consensus.
The data which come from our global experiment, the
observations we have made, indicate that the climate is evolving and always
has evolved continuously, and people have had nothing to do with that change.
We need to use this information to stop our regulators and legislators from
taking steps and passing laws which will have no effect on the climate we
enjoy and can only have disastrous impacts on our economy.
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Recent Luncheon Presentation|
Jun 16 – Robb Erickson, Vice President Heavy Marine Transport, Dockwise USA LLC
– Development and utilization of very heavy equipment in the movement and stabilization of platforms needed for deep water drilling
See all available presentations in the Presentation Archive
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