HAPL February Luncheon

 

Join us for our February Luncheon at the Petroleum Club of Houston on February 1, 2022. Check-in starts at 11:30 and lunch will be served at 12:00 followed by a presentation on "What’s to come in 2022 for the Railroad Commission" by Texas Railroad Commissioner, Christi Craddick. We hope to see you there! 
 
1 RPL/CPL credit will be available.
 
Please read below:
 
This registration is for the in-person luncheon. If you register for the in-person luncheon and decide to change to the live webinar, you MUST let the HAPL office know by Wednesday, January 26, 2022, to receive the live webinar rate. If you switch to the live webinar option after this date, you will still be charged the in-person rate.  However, we will send you the link to attend virtually.
 
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 at hapl@hapl.org.  You will receive the total amount charged minus a $5.00 credit card processing fee.  The deadline for this event is January 26, 2022.

Refunds cannot be made for reservations that were paid for, but not canceled before the reservations deadline. When that happens, you are considered a no-show.
 
All pre-registered members/guests/non-members for this event that have not prepaid and do not attend will be billed as a no-show.
 
Speaker: Texas Railroad Commissioner, Christi Craddick
Speaker Texas Railroad Commissioner, Christi Craddick
Christi Craddick is in the forefront of the newest wave of conservatives in leadership roles in Texas. Raised in a strong conservative household, retained as legal counsel by prominent Texas firms, and shaped by more than a decade as a trusted political adviser, Craddick has set a clear standard of ...

Christi Craddick is in the forefront of the newest wave of conservatives in leadership roles in Texas. Raised in a strong conservative household, retained as legal counsel by prominent Texas firms, and shaped by more than a decade as a trusted political adviser, Craddick has set a clear standard of integrity, self-reliance and innovation in her position at the Railroad Commission.


Since her tenure on the Commission began in November 2012, Craddick has pushed to maximize the effectiveness and efficiency of an energy industry that is driving the state’s unparalleled economic success. In the process, she has repeatedly proven that sensible regulations, careful listening and plain talk can foster innovation that has solidified Texas leadership in the energy sector.


Making it a top priority, Craddick has worked to educate the public about the oil and gas industry and its impact in Texas. She has fought against Washington’s one-size-fits-all environmental policies that would kill jobs and stifle energy production growth. Craddick has advocated for recycling in the oilfields, helping to drive the percentage of reclaimed water upwards, an essential achievement in a state enduring a multi-year drought.


As part of her efforts to modernize the agency, Craddick has championed an Information Technology overhaul at the Commission, seeking improvements that would upgrade the Geographic Information System, increase public access to the agency’s data, and speed up inspections and permitting times.


A native of Midland, the heart of the Permian Basin, Craddick earned both her Bachelor’s Degree as a Plan II graduate and her Doctorate of Jurisprudence from The University of Texas at Austin. During her career as an attorney, she specialized in oil and gas, water, tax issues, electric deregulation and environmental policy.


Following the example of her father and mother, Craddick has been drawn to public service and politics. As president of a grassroots advocacy firm, she took the lead on work in coalition building in the public policy arena and development and implementation of issue strategies.


Craddick serves her community as an active member of organizations including the State Bar of Texas, University of Texas Liberal Arts Alumni Advisory Council, and Dell Children’s Medical Center Foundation. Christi resides in Austin with her daughter, Catherine, and is an active member of St. John Neumann Catholic Church.


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Organizer HAPL

Vernon Henry


Committee Chairman


vernon.henry@valverdeminerals.com

When?

Tue, Feb. 1, 2022
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
(GMT-0600) US/Central
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How Much?

  • HAPL Member Early Registration -  $35.00
    (ends 01/28/2022)
  • HAPL Non-Member Early Registration -  $40.00
    (ends 01/28/2022)
  • HAPL Member Late Registration -  $40.00
    (ends 01/31/2022)
  • HAPL Non-Member Late Registration -  $45.00
    (ends 01/31/2022)
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Where?

Houston Petroleum Club
1201 Louisiana
Houston, TX 77002

Top Floor of the Total Building