HAPL March Luncheon

*NO WALK-UPS**

 
1 RPL/CPL credit will be available.
 
If you make a reservation, pay for it, and later decide to cancel it before the reservation deadline, you can apply for a refund through the HAPL Office.   We must receive your request to cancel your registration in writing by email at hapl@hapl.org or fax at  713-622-3723.  You will receive the total amount charged minus a $5.00 credit card processing fee.  The deadline for this event is Tuesday, March 17th @ 5:00 p.m.

When you request a refund, include the credit-card number that you used to pay for the reservation and the confirmation e-mail you received when you paid. If you have lost that e-mail, send as much information as you can about the name and date of the event, the date that you paid, and how much you paid.  Refunds cannot be made for reservations that were paid for, but not cancelled before the reservations deadline. When that happens, you are considered a no-show.
 
 
All pre-registered members/guests for this event that have not prepaid and do not attend will be billed as a no-show.
 
 
 
Speaker: Ryan Sitton, Texas Railroad Commissioner
Speaker Ryan Sitton, Texas Railroad Commissioner
Ryan Sitton is a native Texan who grew up in the Irving area. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University where he earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering, and met his wife, Jennifer. Following college, Ryan went to work as an engineer in the energy industry. In 2006 Ryan ...

Ryan Sitton is a native Texan who grew up in the Irving area. He is a graduate of Texas A&M University where he earned a degree in Mechanical Engineering, and met his wife, Jennifer. Following college, Ryan went to work as an engineer in the energy industry.


In 2006 Ryan and Jennifer founded PinnacleAIS, an engineering and technology company focused on reliability and integrity programs for the oil, gas, and petrochemical industries. PinnacleAIS is focused on helping its customers ensure their equipment operates safely and reliably. Since 2006 PinnacleAIS has grown substantially, today employing more than 350 people. In 2012 and 2013, Inc. Magazine recognized PinnacleAIS as one of the top 1,500 fastest growing, privately held companies in the world. For four consecutive years, PinnacleAIS was one of the coveted Aggie 100 recipients, which celebrates and recognizes the fastest growing Aggie-owned businesses.


With over 15 years of experience in the oil, gas, and petrochemical industry, Ryan is considered a leading expert in his field. He’s been an active member of several industry groups including: The Texas Alliance of Energy Producers (TAEP), American Society of Mechanical Engineers (ASME), and the American Petroleum Institute (API). Ryan has also served as an energy engineer expert in both regulatory and civil court cases.


Active in higher education, Ryan is a leader on Texas A&M’s Mechanical Engineering Advisory Council, regularly working with leaders in Texas higher education to support the principles that will keep our state’s institutions among the best in America.


Elected to the Railroad Commission on November 4, 2014 to a six-year term, Ryan won the general election with over 58% of the vote.


Ryan is a passionate conservative committed to putting his energy expertise to work for the people of Texas. As Railroad Commissioner, Ryan is working to make the commission more efficient and effective so Texas can lead America to energy independence. Ryan understands that the Railroad Commission exists to serve the people of Texas by keeping them safe while encouraging the responsible production of our natural resources. He also understands Texas, not the EPA or other federal agencies, should be responsible for overseeing the production of our natural resources and he is committed to fighting burdensome federal interference.


Ryan and his wife Jennifer have three children and are active members of St. Andrews Episcopal Church. A lifelong entrepreneur, Ryan enjoys developing different inventions, especially with his kids, and building all sorts of creations with the family’s collection of over 100,000 Legos. He is deeply honored to serve as your Railroad Commissioner.

Full Description
Organizer Lindsey Griffith & Diane Snyder

When?

Thu, March 19, 2015
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

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Where?

Petroleum Club
1201 Lousiana
Houston, Texas 77062
United States

**NEW LOCATION**


Top Floor of the Total Building