Summer Social Highlights

A Recap of the NDPC Summer Social in Medora

Every summer, NDPC hosts its members and their employees for a night of networking. This year, NDPC opted to move the social from Denver, CO to Medora, ND. Prior to the June 30th meeting, members took in views of the North Dakota Badlands while golfing the Bully Pulpit Golf Course and hiking in Theodore Roosevelt National Park.

After a morning of North Dakota fun, the NDPC Board of Directors met to discuss issues facing the industry, with presentations from Senator Kevin Cramer, Lt. Governor Brent Sanford, and Department of Mineral Resources Director Lynn Helms.

NDPC Chairman Kathleen Neset applauds Kari Cutting for 10 years of service as Vice President


The Summer Social was highlighted by a visit from President Teddy Roosevelt who, along with NDPC President Ron Ness and Board Chairman Kathleen Neset, recognized Kari Cutting for her retirement after 10 years of service as the North Dakota Petroleum Council’s Vice President. The program highlighted her work establishing the One Basin, One Way program, organizing several Williston Basin Petroleum Conferences, and representing the oil and gas industry on numerous boards and committees, as well as in Washington DC.

Other News

NDPC Welcomes Eric Delzer

NDPC Welcomes Eric Delzer

North Dakota Petroleum Council (NDPC) is excited to announce the new hire of Eric Delzer as the organization’s Regulatory Affairs Manager. In his new role, Eric will manage the regulatory portfolio with direction from the industry experts within the NDPC Regulatory...

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