Lectures at the Petroleum Museum

Brown Bag Lunch and Lecture Series – sponsored by Norma J. McGrew & Hahl Proctor Charitable Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee

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 Norma J. McGrew & Hahl Proctor Charitable Trust, Bank of America, N.A., Trustee. Admission is always free. Drinks and dessert are provided.

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October 8th Speakers: Mark Lancaster & Steven Goldstein

Permian Basin providers of hydraulic fracturing services are facing increasing challenges regarding site logistics, total horsepower, and reliability. Providers regularly replace or upgrade aging frac fleets and focus on growing their fleets to meet increasing demand. In this situation, electric fracturing offers a highly competitive future prone solution. Electric fracturing entails a switch from diesel driven pumps to electrical fracturing pumps, where the electricity is supplied by environmentally friendly gas driven systems. These same systems can also power all other equipment on the pad. Join us as Mark and Steven discuss how these turbines are powering change in the oil & gas market.

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