Congratulations Harold Courson! Living Legend 2016.
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FROM THE DESK OF JUDY STARK
MAY 2016 PIPELINE CORRECTIONS
I have been in development, marketing, management and public relations for many national companies. I have dealt with media sources and have been misquoted on almost every occasion whether it is an interview that is “cut off in the middle of a statement” an embellishment by the writer to “prove their point” or simply incorrect information gathered by some other source. Rarely are retractions ever printed and if they are they are rarely seen.
Front page story: Texas, New Mexico oil producers push for import limits
Susan Montoya Bryan – Albuquerque, NM (AP)
4th Paragraph Under the plan unveiled by Panhandle Producers & Royalty Owners Association
PPROA did not start or unveil this initiative. It was started by 60 independent oil and gas producers who have managed their own fundraising. We have attended their meetings and our members individually decide if they agree and want to participate.
Page 13: How Presidential Candidates Stack Up On Energy Issues
Ed Hirs – University of Houston
This is no doubt a great story and would have been much better had I not, inadvertently, cut off page 2 of the article! My apologies to the author. You may read the full article by clicking the link below.
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