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Eastern Oil & Gas Conference, Trade Show Held in Pa.

Fri September 09, 2011 - Northeast Edition
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Rick Sutter (L) and Bill Bair of Cleveland Brothers welcome attendees to their booth.
Rick Sutter (L) and Bill Bair of Cleveland Brothers welcome attendees to their booth.
Rick Sutter (L) and Bill Bair of Cleveland Brothers welcome attendees to their booth. Bill Brenoel (L) and Charlie Zirkle discuss equipment transportation issues at the Rogers Brothers Corporation booth. Belt Line Equipment’s Jim Cheunes (L) and Tom Gibson talk about the equipment sales and rental fleet with attendees at the show. Mike Tyler (L) and Todd Courinos of Precision Laser & Instrument share information about new laser and GPS technologies. Doug (L) and Keith Goldstrohm of Wojanis Supply Company answer questions about fluid power products. (L-R): At the outdoor display area, Atlas Copco’s Clayton Jones, Blake Gearhart and Scott Hendricks show off their Hurricane B7-41/1000 booster. (L-R): Dennis Mathieson and Joe Kleiner of Curry Supply are joined by Adam Leber of Hunter Truck Sales at their outdoor exhibit.

The Pennsylvania Independent Oil & Gas Association (PIOGA) held its annual Eastern Oil & Gas Conference & Trade Show on Aug. 30 and 31. The event was held in the outskirts of Pittsburgh at the Monroeville Convention Center in Monroeville, Pa.

Conference events were scheduled to allow attendees time to visit with the nearly 350 exhibitors at the show. The event drew gas industry professionals from Pennsylvania, Ohio and West Virginia.

Conference speakers included Congressman Tim Murphy, chairman of the House Natural Gas Caucus; State Representative Brian Ellis; Michael Krancer, secretary, Pa. Department of Environmental Protection; and Patrick Henderson, Governor’s Energy Executive along with others involved with the development of the Marcellus Shale gas well play in Pennsylvania.

The event included an annual meeting of members.

As a nonprofit trade association representing Pennsylvania’s independent oil and natural gas producers, marketers, service companies and related businesses, the Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association of Pennsylvania helps communicate upcoming changes in proposed regulations to its membership and works with regulators to address problems and achieve workable solutions. The member driven organization encourages the sharing of ideas, concerns and solutions among all of those involved with the association.