Energy Forum showcases technology, innovation, leadership

Lone Star Energy

THE WOODLANDS The Texas Oil & Gas Association’s Lone Star Energy Forum showcased innovation and the state, national and global leadership of the Texas oil and natural gas industry.

Modern oil and natural gas companies are actually technology companies and their innovations are changing the world. The industry’s commitment to innovation and investment remains critical to making Texas, our nation, and the entire world cleaner, stronger and better.


TXOGA President Todd Staples.

Energy demand

Firstly, EIA predicts by 2050 global energy demand will increase by about 40%. Secondly, energy security is a necessity, not a luxury.

Thirdly, limiting or rationing energy sources cripples economies, limits choices and thwarts growth.

The Forum began with the TXOGA Energy Elevated Technology Showcase. Here attendees heard from Jason Schenker, chairman of The Futurist Institute and president of Prestige Economics and Dale Winger, managing director of Halliburton Labs and learned about the latest innovations from AirDrive Oil and Gas, BioSqueeze, GHGSat, Power Infrastructure Partners, Stranded Solutions and WilliamsRDM.

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In addition, the showcase featured innovations related to drilling electrification, advances in remediation technology and emission detection and reduction technologies.

Lone Star

It was founded with one mission. It gives homeowners a power company with competitive rates and no nonsense.

Most electric providers are taken up with celebrity spokespeople and flashy gimmicks. Lone Star is for the folks who see through all that.

Finally, it is the company for the ones who are tired of talking to automated machines. People that want to do business with power professionals who work hard for them.

In short, Lone Star is Texas through and through, and if you believe in no-nonsense electricity, you’ll feel right at home.

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