On March 3, the Energy Workforce & Technology Council hosted its 23rd Annual Explorers of Houston Golf Tournament — a day of Members networking with peers and customers, and cultivating relationships at the Golf Club of Houston. The event’s strong turnout demonstrates the industry’s dedication to STEM education, as tournament proceeds support Energy Workforce’s education initiatives, including contributions to the IPAA/Energy Workforce Education Center programs.
Energy Workforce Board Member Scott Livingston, President Intervention & Stimulation Equipment, NOV Completion & Production Solutions, served as host, welcoming attendees and thanking the teams that entered the tournament.
“Thank you for supporting the Council’s strong commitment to STEM and excellence in energy education. Your support today is vital to developing the next generation of industry leaders and advancement of our industry.”Board Member Scott Livingston, NOV Completion & Production Solutions
Competing in a shamble, the Mustang Cat team placed first with a score of 119. The Axis Energy Services team followed in second place with a score of 126. The B&L Pipeco team tied with a score of 126.
Individual winners were:
- Straightest Drive: Curt Kaelber, Encino Energy
- Closest to the Pin: Eric Swanson, Halliburton
- Closest to the Pin in 2: Jacob Bullock, ConocoPhillips
- Longest Drive: Brandon Smith, SPM Oil & Gas, A Caterpillar Company
Energy Workforce thanks Explorers of Houston tournament sponsors Schlumberger, GD Energy Products and World Oil for sponsoring this event. The Council is also grateful to all tournament participants for their support of the Energy Workforce & Technology Council’s efforts to educate future leaders of the energy industry.
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