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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Jeff Herman
    Hall of Fame at the Petroleum Council s 26th Annual Meeting in Medora on September 20 2007 Jeff Herman has worked tirelessly and consistently for over 25 years in support of maintaining a strong oil and gas trade association in North Dakota and the Rocky Mountains Alan Anderson Chairman of the North Dakota Petroleum Council said Jeff has been a strong advocate of the industry s legislative agenda testifying regularly before various committees of the North Dakota Legislative Assembly on behalf of both the Landman s Association and the Petroleum Council He is certainly deserving of our association s highest honor Herman is a 1977 graduate of the University of North Dakota He began his employment with the Hunt family entities in 1980 beginning as a Landman for Hunt Energy Corporation In 1981 he was promoted to District Land Manager of Hunt Energy Corporation and has since held the same position with Placid Oil Company Prosper Energy Corporation and since January 1 1989 Petro Hunt LLC In 1992 he received special recognition from his employer for his role in discovering the availability of the Chevron interest in the Little Knife field which was acquired by Petro Hunt that same year During his 27 years in the industry Herman has contributed much to industry associations He is an active member and past president of the Landman s Association of North Dakota and an active member and past national director of the American Association of Petroleum Landmen AAPL In September 1990 he was recognized by AAPL at their annual meeting with an award from the Industry Affairs Committee for his writings and work on independent contractor agreements within the industry He also was appointed to the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission by Governor Hoeven Herman has been on the Executive Committee

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/?id=67&page=Jeff+Herman (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Jack Swenson
    significant part in North Dakota s oil and gas industry since 1963 when he was named the Executive Director of the North Dakota Petroleum Council Jack has had a stake in oil and gas at both the state and regional levels throughout his career and maintained the motto of Petroleum Council Hall of Famers by working tirelessly in support of maintaining a strong oil and industry in North Dakota and the Rocky Mountains Swenson served in the U S navy in WWII before spending 25 years in radio and television broadcasting as a reporter editor and talk show host in Bismarck and Fargo In the Fall of 1963 Swenson was named the Executive Director of the North Dakota Petroleum Council Swenson had spent nine years with the Petroleum Council when in 1972 he was promoted to Central Region Director for the American Petroleum Institute in Chicago In 1975 Swenson became the Executive Vice President of the Rocky Mountain Oil Gas Association in Denver a position he held until his retirement in May of 1987 During his 24 years in the industry Swenson has garnered many awards for his contributions In 1985 he became a member of the Rocky Mountain Petroleum

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/?id=68&page=Jack+Swenson (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Wayne Biberdorf
    Buyer s Guide Buyer s Guide Home About Us Hall of Fame Wayne Biberdorf Wayne Biberdorf was inducted as the seventh member of the North Dakota Petroleum Council Hall of Fame at the Petroleum Council s 28 th Annual Meeting in September 2009 in Medora ND John Morrison North Dakota Petroleum Council Hall of Fame member said Wayne has contributed significantly to the functions and activities of the associations representing the oil and gas industry in North Dakota and supported the promotion and development of the industry through hard work on behalf of the membership commitment to well being of the industry and participation in association activities He is certainly deserving of our association s highest honor Biberdorf received Bachelor of Science degrees in math and physics from Minot State University and an engineering degree from the University of North Dakota After teaching in the Minot Public School System he began employment with Hess Corporation in 1980 He has held various positions with Hess including Operations Manager District Engineer Business Unit Manager and Manager of Strategic Projects He is a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers and has been on the Board of Directors and Executive Committee of the

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Ernest R. Fleck
    the association s 29 th Annual Meeting held Sept 21 23 in Minot Ernie was a true pioneer in North Dakota s oil and gas industry He was a very active and successful member of the Petroleum Council said Wayne Biberdorf seventh Hall of Fame inductee Ernie worked hard and was a skilled negotiator representing mineral interests The law firm he was associated with still bears his name Crowley Fleck PLLP Fleck served as a captain in WWII and after active duty graduated with a law degree in 1948 He practiced law in Bismarck for 46 years working in numerous areas including oil and gas mining law and environmental law He authored a number of papers including North Dakota Oil Gas Law and Land Practices Severed Mineral Interests and Selected Leasing Problems Fleck was also very civic minded He served as a Bismarck City Commissioner a member of the Mary College Board of Trustees President and Trustee of the Rocky Mountain Mineral Law Foundation and President of the Leach Foundation He also served as director of the Rocky Mountain Oil Gas Association Ernie was an excellent lawyer and a strong leader for the oil and gas industry for its first

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/?id=205&page=Ernest+R.+Fleck (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Perry Pearce
    Buyer s Guide Buyer s Guide Home About Us Hall of Fame Perry Pearce Perry Pearce Perry Pearce manager of state government affairs for ConocoPhillips Rocky Mountain Region recently became the ninth inductee of the North Dakota Petroleum Council Hall of Fame at the association s 30th Annual Meeting Pearce began his career in Santa Fe NM where he was an attorney with the firms of Montgomery Andrews and Bigbee Stephenson Carpenter Crout and was also general counsel for the Oil Conservation Division and Energy and Minerals Department for the state In 1992 he left private practice and joined the government affairs department of Burlington Resources Oil Gas Company Pearce was a member of the Petroleum Council s board of directors and executive committee when it was a joint effort of Rocky Mountain Oil Gas Association and API He was also on the board of directors of RMOGA and was instrumental in the transition from a multi state association to independent state associations He has been an officer of several state associations including the Petroleum Association of Wyoming and the Montana Petroleum Association Pearce continues to serve on the Petroleum Council s board of directors and executive committee and currently

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/?id=235&page=Perry+Pearce (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Bob Mau
    past recipients for more than 35 years of service and commitment to promoting and developing the oil and gas industry in North Dakota Bob is a tremendous asset to the North Dakota Petroleum Council and has been a part of North Dakota s oil past as well as its future said NDPC Vice Chairman Perry Pearce Through previous boom and bust cycles to the current era of development that is revolutionizing the industry state and nation Bob has lent decades of insight and experience to the Petroleum Council and the oil and gas industry to help make North Dakota the energy leader it is today Mau grew up on a farm in southwest of Mohall N D and studied geology at Minot State University He started his career in the oil industry working on service rigs and pumping wells and moved to Kenmare where he spent a majority of the 1980s doing reclamation on well sites An entrepreneur Mau later moved on to found several businesses including the oil and gas exploration company Eagle Operating Inc in 1991 Wolverine Drilling Company in 1996 Eagle Well Service in the early 2000s and most recently MW Industries where he serves as president of the drilling rig manufacturing company located in Kenmare N D Mau has served on the Petroleum Council Board of Directors and Executive Committee since 1999 He served as Chairman of the Board for two years and has been one of the greatest supporters leaders and innovators of the Petroleum Council as it has transformed into the organization it is today It was Bob Mau s vision that decided NDPC should manage and operate the Williston Basin Petroleum Conference starting in 2006 That conference in 2012 had more than 4 000 attendees and was the largest conference ever held in

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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Rick Ross
    recipients for his service and commitment to promoting and developing the oil and gas industry in North Dakota Rick has been at the forefront of much of the Council s success over the past decade said Ron Ness NDPC president Rick is a leader in both the Council and the industry and his knowledge and experience has contributed greatly to the state reaching 1 million barrels of production per day and becoming the economic and energy powerhouse that it is today He has served as chairman of the NDPC and spent 12 years on the Board of Directors and the Executive Committee He has led the organization on many fronts including the Hydraulic Fracturing Technology Task Force that developed cutting edge recommendations to the ND Industrial Commission to reduce blowouts during the fracking and flow back process No incidents have occurred since the state adopted these technical policy changes Rick Ross has been the key mover in our North Dakota operations since our discovery well He is the best at what he does said Jim Volker chairman president and CEO of Whiting Petroleum In addition Rick and his team have been great contributors to our communities and industry organizations in North Dakota Ross a native of Rapid City S D joined Whiting Petroleum in March 1999 as a senior petroleum engineer and became operations manager in January 2000 vice president of operations in Denver in May 2007 and senior vice president operations in June of this year Ross has 32 years of oil and gas experience including staff and management positions in his 18 years with Amoco involving the Rocky Mountains Mid Continent and Gulf Coast areas He is a graduate of the South Dakota School of Mines graduated from the UVA Darden School of Business Executive Program and is

    Original URL path: http://www.ndoil.org/?id=357&page=Rick+Ross (2016-05-01)
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  • North Dakota Petroleum Council - Kathleen Neset
    east of Bismarck near Linton in Emmons County After a few years of field work for various companies Kathleen began what was to become a lifetime of work as an independent wellsite geologist She and her late husband Roy formed Neset Enterprises in 1980 the precursor to Neset Consulting Service Inc During the 1980 s Roy worked as a wellsite supervisor and Kathleen worked as wellsite geologist Some oil companies hired both Roy and Kathleen together making a wellsite team of company man and geologist Drilling slowed through the 1980 s and 1990 s and Roy and Kathleen spent much of these slower oilfield days farming Roy s family homestead and Kathleen taught science at Tioga High School worked as the school business manager and served ten years on the Tioga School Board In the early 2000 s oilfield work picked up and Kathleen grew the business as the Bakken took off At the peak of the Bakken Neset Consulting has wellsite geologists and mudloggers on 60 well sites in North Dakota Montana Kansas and Oklahoma Kathleen has served on the North Dakota Petroleum Council Board of Directors for 13 years and is on the Executive Committee She has become one of industry s greatest spokespersons by utilizing her teaching skills to explain how hydraulic fracturing really works and that it can be done safely to allow us to tap our country s great natural resources In February 2014 Kathleen was asked by Governor Dalrymple to speak about Bakken and energy in America at the National Governors Association Natural Resources Committee which he chaired In June of 2014 Kathleen was a participant at the U S Army War College National Security Seminar week She participated in discussion regarding military training for both U S and International military leaders and methods

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