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IT MATTERS TO INDUSTRY, IT MATTERS TO YOU.
BE INFORMED.

The Louisiana Oil & Gas Association (LOGA) is excited to announce the 2016 LOGA Fall Meeting & Seminar, coming to Lafayette, Louisiana on Tuesday, September 20th through Wednesday, September 21st. This two-day event will be your opportunity to network with state and national oil and gas industry representatives, while gaining valuable insight into the ever changing oil and gas market within Louisiana. At the Fall Meeting & Seminar, you will hear from top industry leaders covering issues that directly impact your business while learning from and interacting with top state regulators about doing business in Louisiana.


CLE currently approved:

Louisiana: 12.80 hrs
Texas: 8.75 hrs
Alabama: 12.4 hrs
AAPL: 14 hrs

Note: No refunds after September 9th

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SCHEDULE OF EVENTS

Tuesday, September 20, 2016

AGENDA UPDATE:

LOGA Fall Meeting & Seminar agenda updated 9/12 @ 8:00am

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7:30am

Registration open

8:30am

Welcome 
LOGA Chairman Bryan Hanks
President, BETA Land Services

Joel Robideaux, Lafayette Mayor-President

8:45am

What Does Recovery Look Like?
David H. Welch
Chairman of the Board, President & CEO
Stone Energy Corporation

9:30am

Ryan Rezaei
Assistant US Attorney, US Department of Justice

9:45am

Re-Fracturing: Next Step in Shale Development
Stephen Persac, Halliburton Energy Services

10:30am

Surviving $45/bbl Oil
David Beach, Lampert Capital Markets

11:00am

Jeff Landry, Louisiana Attorney General

11:30am

Lunch Keynote: “I can’t explain…” Energy in a US Election Year
Stephen JuryManaging Director and Global Head of Fixed Income, Currencies and Commodities Specialists (FICC)
J.P. Morgan Private Bank

1:15pm

Tax Implications of the 2016 Legislative Fiscal Session
Representative Neil Abramson
Senator Sharon Hewitt

2:00pm

2017 Tax Reform and Implications for the Oil & Gas Industry
Jim Richardson, LSU Department of Economics
Kim Robinson, Secretary, Department of Revenue
Jason Decuir, Director, Ryan Co.

3:00pm

Louisiana Tax Commission 2016 Rule Making
Daron Fredrickson, Merit Advisors, L.P.
Chris Dicharry, Kean Miller LLP

3:45pm

Current Severance Tax Litigation Issues
Randy Songy, Onebane Law Firm

4:30pm

Evening Networking Reception


Wednesday, September 21, 2016

7:30am

Registration open

8:00am

Welcome
LOGA Chairman Bryan Hanks
President, BETA Land Services

8:10am

Legal and Regulatory Update
Jim Devitt – Office of the Secretary, DNR
John Adams – Office of Conservation

8:40am

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

2A: Coastal Use Permitting and Mitigation Requirements
Christie Charrier, Office of Coastal Management
Kelley Temple, Office of Coastal Management

2B: Regulatory Compliance
Daryl Williams, Office of Conservation
Brent Campbell, Office of Conservation

10:10am

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

3A: Port Fourchon Update
Chett Chiasson, Executive Director, Port Fourchon

3B: Lease Form Discussion
Emile Fontenot, Office of Mineral Resources, DNR
David Boulet, Office of Mineral Resources, DNR
Tommy Smart, Onebane Law Firm

11:00am

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

4A:  Lifting the Oyster Moratorium and Moving Forward
Bob Baumann, Hood, Baumann & Associates
Cole Garrett, Department of Wildlife and Fisheries

4B: Royalty Compliance, Do’s & Do Not’s
Rachel Newman, Office of Mineral Resources, DNR

12:00pm

Luncheon Speakers:
Tom Harris, Secretary, Department of Natural Resources
Richard Ieyoub, Commissioner of Conservation

1:40pm

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

5A: OCS Leasing Updated
Brian Cameron, BOEM

5B: Oil & Gas Unitization and Injection Well Permitting
David Elfert, Office of Conservation
Jeff Miller, Office of Conservation

2:40pm

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

6A: Coastal Lawsuit Update
Loulan Pitre, Kelly, Hart & Pitre

6B: Maneuvering in SONRIS Part 1
Kevin Masden, Office of Technology Services, DOA

3:40pm

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

7A: Coastal Protection and Restoration Authority
Jason Lanclos, CPRA

7B: Maneuvering in SONRIS Part 2
Carrie Heffron, Office of Conservation, DNR

Live presentation including Data Access, Document Access, ROD, SONRIS, SONRIS GIS – bring your laptop and follow along! Please follow this link for guidance. Additional documents will be available soon.



SPONSORSHIP + EXHIBITS

Sponsorship opportunities are available and include exclusive events, levels and a limited number of exhibit booths. For a breakdown of various sponsorship levels, contact LOGA Marketing Director Ben Broussard by clicking here or calling (337) 278-6240.

GOLD SPONSOR: $1,750

Includes 4 full registrations – reserved table at lunch with company name on table, company listed on website, email blasts and signage at meeting.

SILVER SPONSOR: $1,000

Includes 2 full registrations – sit at Sponsor Reserved Table, company listed on website, email blasts and signage at meeting.

BRONZE SPONSOR: $500

Includes 1 full registration, listed on website, email blasts and signage at meeting.

EXHIBITOR: $1,800

Includes 2 registrations, and listed on website, email blasts and signage at the meeting. SOLD OUT

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Additional sponsorships available.  Please contact LOGA Director of Marketing Ben Broussard at (337) 278-6240 or ben@loga.la for more information.


Hotel Information:

Make your room reservations by calling 800-222-8733 by 9/5/2016 or until room block sells out. Group code LOG.

Rate: $109 Double & $119 King
Doubletree Hilton Lafayette
1521 W Pinhook Rd
Lafayette, LA 70503

CONTACT LOGA

Be a part of the LOGA Fall Meeting. Please reach out to us with any questions you may have.  We’re here to help.


800-443-1433

 



PO Box 4069 Baton Rouge, LA 70821

 

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