2021 Annual Meeting Keynote Speakers
Ms. Hollub became President and Chief Executive Officer of Occidental Petroleum Corporation in April 2016. She has been a member of Occidental’s Board of Directors since 2015. During her 35-year career with Occidental, Ms. Hollub has held a variety of management and technical positions with responsibilities on three continents, including roles in the United States, Russia, Venezuela and Ecuador. Most recently, she served as Occidental’s President and Chief Operating Officer, overseeing the company’s oil and gas, chemical and midstream operations.
A graduate of the University of Alabama, Ms. Hollub holds a Bachelor of Science in Mineral Engineering. She was inducted into the University of Alabama College of Engineering 2016 class of Distinguished Engineering Fellows.
Robert G. Phillips currently serves as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Crestwood Equity Partners LP (NYSE: CEQP), which he founded in October 2010.
Mr. Phillips has more than 43 years of experience in the energy industry. He previously served as the President and Chief Executive Officer of Enterprise Products Partners L.P. (NYSE: EPD). Prior to Enterprise, Mr. Phillips served as Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of GulfTerra Energy Partners, L.P. (NYSE: GTM), and as Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Eastex Energy, Inc. (NASDAQ: ETEX).
Mr. Phillips holds a B.B.A from the University of Texas at Austin and a Juris Doctorate from South Texas College of Law.
Mr. Mills is a senior fellow at the Manhattan Institute and a faculty fellow at Northwestern University’s McCormick School of Engineering and Applied Science, where he co-directs an Institute on Manufacturing Science and Innovation. He is also a strategic partner with Cottonwood Venture Partners. Mills is a regular contributor to Forbes.com and is author of Digital Cathedrals (2020) and Work in the Age of Robots (2018). He is coauthor of The Bottomless Well: The Twilight of Fuel, the Virtue of Waste, and Why We Will Never Run Out of Energy (2005).
He served in the White House Science Office under President Reagan and subsequently provided science and technology policy counsel to the Department of Energy, and U.S. research laboratories. He holds a degree in physics from Queen’s University in Ontario, Canada.
When: August 25-27, 2021
Where: Little America Hotel and Resort
- Engaging keynote speakers like VIcki Hollub (Occidental), Robert Phillips (Crestwood) and Mark Mills (Manhattan Institute)
- Extended training opportunities on Wyoming’s tax structure and NEPA compliance. In partnership with the Wyoming County Commissioners Association, these are add-on training modules that begin Wednesday morning, August 25
- Multiple breakout sessions to engage on critical and timely issues facing Wyoming’s Oil and Gas industry
- Opening reception at the Cheyenne Country Club
- PAWPAC Golf Tournament
- Virtual Attendee Option for those not able to join in person (General Sessions and Three Breakout Sessions Only)
Exhibitor Space Extremely Limited, reserve your booth today.
Exhibitor Opportunities Include:
- Trade show booth for August 25th & 26th
- All-inclusive registration for receptions, keynote speakers and meals
- Virtual Trade show presence for online attendees
- Opportunities to connect with representatives of exploration and production companies, midstream operators, service companies and more
Registration includes cart, green fees and refreshments.
Million-Dollar Hole-In-One Competition
Individual Hole Competitions. Mulligans. Free Putt String. Par 5 from the Par 3. And More!
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