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Ohio Oil and Gas?Association Introduces Oilfield Expo

Wed November 09, 2011 - Midwest Edition
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GeoShack’s Dan O’Reilly (L) and Greg Koly were on hand to discuss laser and GPS technologies in gas well and pipeline development.
GeoShack’s Dan O’Reilly (L) and Greg Koly were on hand to discuss laser and GPS technologies in gas well and pipeline development.
GeoShack’s Dan O’Reilly (L) and Greg Koly were on hand to discuss laser and GPS technologies in gas well and pipeline development. Carl Chorian (L) and Chris Culbertson of Ohio CAT Power Systems welcome attendees to their exhibit. Beaver Excavating Company’s Randy Martin (L) and Brian Rawling enjoy speaking with attendees about the many services their company provides. Ditch Witch of Ohio, W.PA & W.NY’s Tim Keane (L) and Dan Durkin (R) flank Jon Rickard of Lee Supply while trying to stay dry at Ditch Witch’s outdoor equipment display. Reco Equipment’s Dave Totterdale (L) and Mark Duvall keep busy visiting with attendees. (L-R): Mike Little, Gene Salyer, Dave Zimmerman and Mark Hash of Murphy Tractor & Equipment stop by the event and catch up with friends.

The Ohio Oil and Gas Association held its inaugural Oilfield Expo Oct. 19 at the Canton Civic Center. The event, sponsored by Chesapeake Energy and Ergon Oil Purchasing Inc., featured equipment, product and service exhibits as well as an address by Ohio Gov. John Kasich. Exhibitor space for the event was sold out and the show was well attended.

Established in 1947, the Ohio Oil and Gas Association represents the interests of its membership of more than 1,450 in the areas of exploration, development and production of crude oil and natural gas in Ohio. The association is headquartered in ?Granville, Ohio.




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