Join us for our February luncheon at the Houston Petroleum Club. Check-in starts at 11:30 and lunch will be served at 12:00 followed by a presentation by TBA. We hope to see you there!
1 RPL/CPL credit will be available.
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Speaker Todd Staples - President of TXOGA
Topic: “Energy Issues in the 85th Legislative Session" Todd Staples is the President of the Texas Oil & Gas Association, the state's oldest and largest trade association representing every facet of the oil and gas industry, including small independents, major producers, pipelines and refineries. Staples was twice elected statewide to ...
Topic: “Energy Issues in the 85th Legislative Session"
Todd Staples is the President of the Texas Oil & Gas Association, the state's oldest and largest trade association representing every facet of the oil and gas industry, including small independents, major producers, pipelines and refineries. Staples was twice elected statewide to serve as the Texas Agriculture Commissioner and is the author of Broken Borders, Broken Promises, a book that details our nation's border and immigration challenges and provides a bold path forward. He served with distinction as a member of the Texas Senate and House and began his elected service on the city council in his hometown of Palestine. As a successful businessman and rancher, he was deeply involved in volunteer service for his local church, community and state. Today, Staples continues his passion to help make the Lone Star State the best place to do business and raise a family.