Oil & Gas Journal Editor to Speak at Energy Conferenceadmin
Oil and Gas Journal Editor Bob Tippee will speak at the upcoming Energy Policy Conference that is being held in Dallas, TX on September 18th, 2006.
Bob Tippee is Editor of Oil & Gas Journal, a weekly trade magazine, and its web site, Oil & Gas Journal Online. Since joining the Journal in Tulsa in 1977, he has written on all aspects of the international petroleum industry, with special interest in economics, energy policy, geophysics, and the Middle East. His editorials for the magazine have won awards from the American Business Press, New York Society of Business Press Editors, Association of Petroleum Writers, and International Association of Energy Advocates. Tippee became the Journal’s chief editor in January 1999. He also was Editor-in-Chief of the 1997 through 2001 editions of the Journal’s annual affiliate, International Petroleum Encyclopedia.
Tippee is author of a book, Where’s the Shortage? A Nontechnical Guide to Petroleum Economics, and coauthor of The Natural Gas Industry: Evolution, Structure, and Economics, Second Edition. He also is coauthor and project editor of Gas and Power in the Developing World: A Systematic Look at Countries and Their Investment Needs.
A native of St. Louis, Missouri, he holds a degree in Journalism from the University of Tulsa and served as an officer in the U.S. Air Force for four years. Tippee and his wife and two daughters moved to Houston in 1990.
Tippee’s topic for his lecture will be ”Commitment, Charm and Energy Policy.”
For more information about the conference, visit the IEPC official website at www.energypolicyconference.com, or contact the Energy Advocates organization at (918) 599-7767 or by their website at www.energyadvocates.org.
About The Energy Advocates: Since 1974, The Energy Advocates, a national organization, has provided energy education nationally. The Energy Advocates strongly support all forms of energy. Its primary mission is to inform the general public about our vital energy industry and energy policy issues. To learn more about energy issues, and The Energy Advocates, visit www.energyadvocates.org.
About IEPC: founded in 1992, the first IEPC was held at the University of Oklahoma. The conference has been hosted by The Oklahoma Royalty Company, The Energy Advocates, The State Chamber, The U.S. Department of Energy, Sarkey’s Energy Center/University of Oklahoma, People to People International, The American Gas Association, and Oklahoma Marginal Well Commission. Mark A. Stansberry is the IEPC founder and President of the IEPC founding company, The Oklahoma Royalty Company.
Availability of reasonably priced energy is critical to economic and business development both in the United States and in other countries around the world. It also greatly impacts many other aspects of human development globally.
A unique format has been developed for this particular conference. The conference is a forum where participants can give input as well as receive valuable information from specialists in the energy industry.
Past conference locations have included Washington, D.C., Tulsa, OK, and Denver, CO.