Governor Jindal And Karl Rove To Speak At Louisiana Oil & Gas Association

Governor Bobby Jindal will give the keynote address at the 2010 Annual Meeting of the Louisiana Oil & Gas Association (LOGA) on March 23.

“With the legislative session starting less than a week later, we think this will be a great opportunity for Gov. Jindal to discuss in detail the administration’s priorities and, hopefully, provide a more solid outlook on the state’s budget situation,” said Don Briggs, LOGA President. “This will be our biggest and best meeting yet.”

Karl Rove, former Deputy Chief of Staff and Senior Advisor to President George W. Bush will also address the group and sign copies of his new book, Courage and Consequence.

The three-day meeting, on March 22-24 at L’Auberge du Lac in Lake Charles, includes a golf tournament and a silent auction. LOGA is now offering a limited number of one-day passes for $200 for those who want to attend only the business sessions and speakers. “We want as many of our members, friends, business partners, employees, community and state leaders to be able to participate in the oil and gas meeting of the year for Louisiana,” Briggs said.

Other speakers include Bruce Vincent, IPAA Chairman & President, Secretary Director, Swift Energy Company; Regina Hopper, President & CEO of America’s Natural Gas Alliance (ANGA); Louisiana economist Dr. Loren Scott; Department of Natural Resources Sec. Scott Angelle; Department of Environmental Quality Sec. Peggy Hatch; Commissioner of Conservation Jim Welsh; and Department of Wildlife and Fisheries Sec. Robert Barham, among others.

Registration is limited to 300 guests. To register, and for more information on the three-day meeting, which includes a golf tournament and a silent auction, visit http://www.loga.la/logaannualmeeting.html.

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