NDPC Welcomes Eric Delzer
In his new role, Eric will manage the regulatory portfolio with direction from the industry experts within the NDPC Regulatory Committee. His focus will be on the ever-changing federal regulatory landscape, spearheading regulatory research, and crafting our industry’s responses to the regulatory issues affecting NDPC membership.
Eric was born and raised in rural western North Dakota on a small family farm. As a lifelong resident, he brings a deeply rooted understanding of our region’s unique challenges and opportunities. He holds a Bachelor of Science degree in business management from Minot State University and has dedicated over twelve years to serving the people of North Dakota as a division director for Agriculture Commissioner Doug Goehring. He possesses over a decade of experience in specialized regulatory affairs expertise and is passionate about protecting and advancing the state’s top industries of agriculture and energy.
“We are excited to have Eric join our team at NDPC,” said Ron Ness, President. “His regulatory experience and background in state government will allow him to jump right into the battle for consistent, effective, and fair regulation of the oil and gas sector.”
“We are excited to have Eric join our team at NDPC. His regulatory experience and background will allow him to jump right into the battle for fair regulation of the oil and gas sector.”
-Ron Ness, President
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