Chairperson's Newsletter - April 2021

Philp Anthony

Happy April to everyone.

Let me start by saying thank you to everyone who came out to the SPE golf tournament. It was great to see everyone. A special thank you to Dustin Bozarth for putting together another successful event for SPE. Dustin perennially dedicates his time to SPE to helping raise funds for the Fort Worth SPE Scholarship, and it is greatly appreciated.

Exciting news was released at the first of the month regarding Pioneer Natural Resource’s acquisition of local DoublePoint Energy. Congratulations to that group for another successful divestiture.

We are nearing the end of our SPE season. At this point, the only remaining events are the April and May meetings and the Sporting Clays Tournament on June 25 th . The April presentation will be another virtual presentation with distinguished lecturer Kyle Haustveit presenting ‘Making Decisions Using Completions Diagnostic Tools in Unconventional Reservoirs’.

Based on the results from the survey we sent out, Briley Hicks is trying to find someone to do an in-person presentation for May. With the end of this SPE season fast approaching, please reach out to me if you are interested in playing
an active role in SPE as a Fort Worth SPE Board Member.


Philip Anthony



Volunteers Needed!

Have you ever thought about volunteering in the SPE?  There are many benefits, including:
  • Enhancing your leadership skills.
  • Influencing SPE programs and activities with your knowledge and experience.
  • Meeting and working with other members near you and around the globe.
  • Contributing in your area of interest.
The SPE Fort Worth Section is looking for volunteers to fill open board positions. If you would like to help support your local chapter and work with some great people, please contact the SPE Fort Worth Section Chair Philip Anthony at 817.917.9663 or email at PhilipAnthonyPE@gmail.com.
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