Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Local Division Mid-Continent Association Sets Tulsa Meeting

Newspaper article THE JOURNAL RECORD

Local Division Mid-Continent Association Sets Tulsa Meeting

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The Oklahoma-Kansas Division of Mid-Continent Oil & Gas Association will hold its annual meeting Sept. 24 and 25 in Tulsa's Excelsior Hotel.

Nicholas J. Bush, president of the Natural Gas Supply Association, of Washington, D.C., will speak to the general session and State Senator Bill Dawson, D-Seminole, will address theSept. 25 luncheon.

A panel discussion on environmental affairs will include Commissioner Hamp Baker of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission and William R. Bryson, director of the conservation division of the Kansas Corporation Commission.

State Senator Ray Giles, D-Pocasset, who is leading a senate investigation of the Oklahoma Corporation Commission, will speak to the Regulatory Practices Committee. . .

- Gail Bloomer has been named chief geologist of Kerr-McGee Corp.'s exploration and production division. He will be responsible for all geological administration functions of the division.

He has 23 years experience in the industry, including 13 with Gulf Oil Corp.

L.R. (Luke) Corbett recently became vice president, geophysics, of Kerr-McGee's exploration and production division.

He is responsible for administration and integration of geophysical activities into the company's worldwide exploration program.

Corbett has 15 years of experience in onshore and offshore petroleum exploration, most recently as vice president of Aminoil Inc. . .

- The Tulsa-based "Energy Advocates" have been invited to meet with British Parliament energy leaders in London, Nov. 11-13.

The group will also sit in on a briefing of Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher, said Coordinator Wayne E. Swearingen, following conferences with Department of Energy leaders and various House of Commons energy committees.

The invitation was extended by Tony Speller, ranking House of Commons energy committeeman who has visited with area oil leaders in Oklahoma.

The Energy Advocates is an informal group of 28 successful independent oil and gas producers and service-supply leaders, now into their 12th year of speaking on energy issues throughout the U.S. . .

- Production increased to 100 million cubic feet of natural gas and 2,800 barrels of condensate per day from Apache Corp. , of Minneapolis, Minn., Merritt prospect in the Anadarko Basin, when the company connected its 22nd well recently.

The prospect is Apache's largest company-operated producing property. The company, its 1980-I drilling program and the Apache Petroleum Co. partnership share interests in the wells ranging from 8 percent to 39. …

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