The fifth annual Shoot for the Stars Marksmanship Tournament kicked off on July 18, with the team from Energy Workforce Member Company Caterpillar, Inc. winning first place. The event brought together participants with a wide range of shooting experience for competition at Athena Gun Club.
Energy Workforce Board Vice Chair, Scott Livingston, President – Intervention & Stimulation Equipment, NOV Completion & Production Solutions, kicked off the tournament and highlighted that the event supports Energy Workforce’s advocacy efforts.
“Through the advocacy efforts of Energy Workforce & Technology Council, we are educating people across the country, as well as policymakers, on the benefits of U.S. energy. To increase innovation in the sector and build our workforce, we need our nation’s leaders to work with us, not against us,” Livingston said. “Your support today allows Energy Workforce to tell the story of the sector in Washington, DC and in all of the states where our sector operates.”
Competing in rotations through three bays, Caterpillar’s team placed first with a score of 1,130: Team members included Matt Morse, Derek Kamp, Phil Heisch, Connor Winn and Brantley Abrams. Matt Morse also had the highest individual score.
SLB’s team followed in second place with a score of 1,125: Team members included Advisory Board Member Bruce Miller, Mike Croissant, Sloan Diaz, Ben Rebstock and Nick Tran.
NOV’s team finished third with a score of 1,085: Team members included Scott Toler, Travis Bolt, Mike Burvill, Mark Dearing and Michael Capparelli.
Energy Workforce also presented an individual prize for winning the raffle — a round of golf for four at Mustang Cat’s Sandhill farm in Waller, donated by Advisory Board Member Mark Reed, General Sales Manager – Exploration, Mustang Cat.
Energy Workforce thanks sponsors Baker Hughes, DistributionNOW, HMH, Key Energy Services, Mustang Cat, and Oil States International, as well as strategic partners, Chevron, NexTier Oilfield Solutions and SLB, for making this event possible.
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Susan Dudley, Administrative Assistant, writes about the Energy Workforce’s workforce development and more. Click here to subscribe to the Energy Workforce newsletter, which highlights sector-specific issues, best practices, activities and more.