Oil and gas ‘new normal’ demands innovation

Ben Broussard, director of marketing and membership development for the Louisiana Oil & Gas Association, said that organization’s membership, which includes independent service providers, should be encouraged by what Payne said.

“The Chevron business model is changing, but at the end of the day, they are looking for solutions,” Broussard said. “Ingenuity and innovation is part of our framework in south Louisiana.”

Mark Zappi, dean of engineering at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette, said some of that required ingenuity and innovation will come from the campus. UL will prepare engineers and others intent on working in the energy industry for the next 40 years. He noted, too, that research at the campus is targeted for practical, not solely theoretical, results…

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