Join us for our November 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 Kevin Bruce, Director of Government and Industry Affairs, Fieldwood Energy LLC. His topic is "2020 Energy Policy Outlook. We hope to see you there!
1 RPL/CPL credit will be available.
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Speaker Kevin Bruce, Director of Government & Industry Affairs, Fieldwood Energy LLC
Kevin Bruce is the Director of Government & Industry Affairs at Fieldwood Energy, where he leads efforts to advance Fieldwood’s interests among policy makers and within the industry. With over 17 years of legal, regulatory, and policy experience at the state and federal levels, Kevin has a track record of ...
Kevin Bruce is the Director of Government & Industry Affairs at Fieldwood Energy, where he leads efforts to advance Fieldwood’s interests among policy makers and within the industry. With over 17 years of legal, regulatory, and policy experience at the state and federal levels, Kevin has a track record of success in achieving victories within complex legislative and regulatory environments.
Prior to joining Fieldwood in 2016, Kevin was the Regional Director of State Affairs at America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA), where he led efforts on behalf of North America’s leading independent natural gas exploration and production companies to protect the supply of and promote increased demand for natural gas in power generation, exports, and transportation across an eleven-state region. He previously served as the Senior Government & Regulatory Affairs Advisor at Encana Corporation and was an attorney at Galloway, Johnson, Tompkins, Burr & Smith in New Orleans after starting his career as a legislative aide on Capitol Hill.
Kevin received a J.D. from Louisiana State University’s Paul M. Hebert Law Center and a B.A. from Southern Methodist University. He lives in Houston with his wife, Susan, and their four young children.