HBA Oil, Gas & Mineral Law Section Luncheon

Date:                     Wednesday, November 11, 2015

Topic/Speaker:      Bill Kroger and Jason Newman of Baker Botts, Greg Mathews of Chevron and Cory Pomeroy of TXOGA will present “Denton Fracing Ban Litigation and House Bill 40.”

Doors Open:          11:30 a.m., with lunch at 11:45 a.m. and presentation at noon.

Location:               Petroleum Club, 35th Floor, Total Plaza, 1201 Louisiana Street

Cost:                      $35 (OGML Section members) or $45 (non-OGML Section members), with advance reservation; $50 for walk-in registrants, space permitting; and $10 for students.

CLE:                     1.00 hour of State Bar of Texas Continuing Legal Education.

1.00 RL, RPL or CPL credit (CEU) for AAPL recertification.

                                   

REGISTRATION FOR THE LUNCHEON:

 

To register, HBA members may visit the Houston Bar Association website calendar at www.hba.org and click on the event.  Non-HBA members may register by creating a user name and password for the HBA website by completing the form for “New Users” at https://apps.hba.org/login/.

 

NO RSVPS WILL BE ACCEPTED WITHOUT A CREDIT CARD PAYMENT.  RSVPs are due by Wednesday, November 4, 2015.

 

WALK-IN ATTENDEES WILL BE ADMITTED TO THE LUNCHEON IF SPACE IS AVAILABLE, AND WILL ONLY HAVE THE OPTION TO PAY BY CASH OR CHECK AT THE DOOR.

 

PARKING:

 

Valet parking is available at the Milam Street entrance of Total Plaza (between Dallas and Polk Streets), and at the Polk Street entrance of Hyatt Regency Houston (between Louisiana and Smith Streets).

                                                                  Jenny Nguyen

                                                                  Burleson LLP

                                                                  Secretary, Oil, Gas & Mineral Law Section

When?

Wed, Nov. 11, 2015
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0500) US/Central

Where?

Petroleum Club
1201 Lousiana
Houston, Texas 77062
United States

**NEW LOCATION**


Top Floor of the Total Building