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Explorers of Houston 20th Annual Golf Tournament Results

First Place Team: B&L Pipeco Services

First-place team, B&L Pipeco Services.

On March 7, PESA hosted its 20th Annual Explorers of Houston Golf Tournament. PESA Members and customers gathered at the Golf Club of Houston for a day of networking and cultivating relationships. The event’s strong turnout demonstrates PESA Members’ dedication to STEM education, as tournament proceeds support PESA’s education initiatives, including contributions to the IPAA/PESA Petroleum Academies.

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PESA thanks tournament title sponsor Schlumberger as well as Baker Hughes, a GE company, DistributionNOW, Energy Alloys, Exterran, Gardner Denver, TechnipFMC, Weir Oil & Gas and World Oil for sponsoring this key event. We also thank all tournament participants for their support of PESA Explorers of Houston efforts in positively influencing the future leaders of the energy industry.

PESA Past Chair Robert Workman, President & CEO, DistributionNOW, kicked off the tournament by welcoming attendees and thanking the teams entered in the tournament. Competing in a shamble, the B&L Pipeco Services team placed first with a score of 112:

  • Phil Everson, B&L Pipeco Services
  • Steve Tait, B&L Pipeco Services
  • Curt Kaelber, Encino Energy
  • Ray Frisby, Sable Permian Resources

For the second year in a row, the Energy Alloys team followed in second place with a score of 114:

  • Kenny Duke, Energy Alloys
  • Andy Warren, Energy Alloys
  • Miguel Gastellum, FTS International
  • Bob Gibbens, United Machine Works

The Encore Wellhead Systems team finished in third place with a score of 115:

  • Jeff Rainey, Noble Energy
  • Scott Dunlap, Sanchez Oil & Gas
  • Greg Wetter, Stellar Oilfield Holdings
  • Daniel Lauw, Stellar Oilfield Holdings

Individual winners were:

  • Straightest Drive: Pablo Roldos, ConocoPhillips
  • Closest to the Pin: Scott Cranston, Exterran
  • Closest to the Pin in 2: Steven Sullivan, NOV
  • Longest Drive: Drew Krupa, TechnipFMC

[gdlr_quote align=”center” ] “Thank you for supporting PESA’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.” – PESA Chairman Emeritus, Robert Workman, President & CEO, DistributionNOW[/gdlr_quote]


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