Energy Workforce’s Permian Basin Chapter hosted more than 125 participants from Member Companies for a morning of clay shooting and networking at Jake’s Clays in Midland on September 29.
Teams of four competed, with the winning team from LL Industrial Transmission: Rob Johnson, Cindy Johnson, Billy Luxton and Tammy Luxton.
The tournament was emceed by tournament chair Chisolm Lindsey, GR Energy Services, and Molly Determan, Energy Workforce.
The event included a 1 in 8 gun giveaway, two-gun board raffles and prizes donated by Kimray and GR Energy Services that gave every participant a chance to walk away a winner.
The Permian Basin Chapter would like to thank platinum event sponsor ProPetro Services, event sponsors L&W Diesel Service, Howard Supply Company, GR Energy Services, Kimray, LL Industrial Transmission, Quality Rental Tools, Schlumberger and Wellmatics, as well as strategic partners Chevron and Schlumberger.
The next Permian Basin event will be held November 9 at Bush Convention Center in Midland. Following a market outlook from Tracee Bentley, Permian Strategic Partnership, Republican Candidate for Mayor Lori Blong will address the future of the energy sector in the Permian. Registration is open.
To get involved in the Permian Basin Chapter, contact Director of Operations Roni Ashley.
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