Energy Workforce and Technology Council’s Permian Basin Chapter hosted its sold-out golf tournament on April 28 at the Odessa Country Club. Proceeds from the tournament will benefit scholarships for dependents of Energy Workforce Members.
Since its inception, the program has awarded more than $4 million to help dependents of association members attend institutions of higher learning, earn undergraduate and advanced degrees, and launch successful professional careers.
Top Finishing Teams
First-Place: Rig Works
Mark Brake, Colten Smith, Josh Hogan, Kyle Gertner
Tanner Foster, Cole Wardell, Brydon Wilson, Chris Turner
Chris Steadman, Chase Rimer, Scott Stack, Erik Gregersent
There were four on-course prizes awarded also; Longest Drive to Erik Gregersen; Longest Putt to Thomas Blackstone; Straightest Drive went to Jesse Benavides and the Closest to the Pin winner was Erik Coleman.
The Permian Basin Chapter would like to thank the sponsors, including Alamo Pressure Pumping/NexTier, Axis Energy Services, GR Energy Services, Key Energy Services, RSI, Valance Chemicals, Higginbotham, Barnhart Bolt & Special Fasteners, LL Industrial Transmission, Lone Star State Bank of West Texas, ProPetro, Rig Works, Market Street Recycling/Recycle Midland, Monahans Iron & Metal, and Midland College PPDC.
Roni Ashley, Director Operations, writes about the Council’s membership and regional chapters. Click here to subscribe to the Energy Workforce newsletter, which highlights sector-specific issues, best practices, activities and more.