Lectures at the Petroleum Museum

Brown Bag Lunch and Lecture Series – sponsored by the Hahl Proctor Charitable Trust

The Petroleum Museum’s Brown Bag Lunch and Lectures give our community the chance to visit with authors, scientists, artists, and historians who recount the petroleum industry’s beginning, present and future, along with topics of local and historical interest.  These lectures are sponsored by the Hahl Proctor Charitable Trust. Admission is always free. Dessert and drinks provided.

Check our News and Events for the upcoming schedule.

November Speaker: Charles Fator
Hanby PetroAnalysis has created a quick and easy way to identify the unique aromatic components of an oil sample using Chemical Reaction Spectrophotometry, giving each oil well a “spectral fingerprint”. This technology could eliminate oil theft by providing tracking and regulation of assets and allow wells controlled by extremist groups to be identified, eliminating the sale of oil to fund terrorist groups. Join us to learn more about this fascinating technology.

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