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The East Texas Salt Water Company

February 6, 2020

7pm

East Texas Oil Museum

1301 S Henderson Blvd

Kilgore TX

 

Pat Nault will discuss the history of the East Texas Salt Water Company and how it is so vital to economic health of this region.  He will also touch on some of the field’s water chemistry and how we chemically treat it. 

 

Pat is currently the President/CEO of the East Texas Saltwater Disposal Company.  He has over 40 years of experience in the oil and gas business with over 27 years in the East Texas Field.  Mr. Nault has served on the Boards of many local civic organizations including Laird Memorial Hospital, East Texas Treatment Center, Piney Woods American Red Cross, Kilgore United Way, Kilgore Lions Club, East Texas Engineering Association, East Texas American Petroleum Institute, Kilgore Chamber of Commerce, Kilgore Economic Development Corporation, Kilgore National Bank, Kilgore College Foundation Board and several youth Baseball, Basketball and Football Associations.  Pat was awarded the Community Builder Award from the Danville Masonic Grand Lodge #101 for 2002 and the 2010 Kilgore Citizen of the Year by the Chamber of Commerce. Mr. Nault has a Bachelor of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering from Oklahoma State University.

Next Section Meeting

Date:               Thursday, October 3

Time:               7:30 pm (light refreshments will be available)

Location:         Freeman P. and Carrie E. Hodge Center

                        (facing University Ave across from Thomas W. Cole Library)

                        Wiley College

                        Marshall, TX

 

The Impact of Mentoring

Dr. Jennifer Jamison

LeTourneau University

 

Dr. Jamison will discuss the impact mentoring has had on her pursuing undergraduate and graduate education, as well as surviving and thriving in her career.  In addition, she will discuss what students and early career professionals can do to cultivate strong and positively impactful mentoring relationships as a part of reaching their career aspirations.

The East Texas Section meeting tonight, September 19 at Stephen F Austin is CANCELLED due to Imelda.

         Next Section Meeting

Date:               Thursday, September 19

Time:               7:00 pm (light refreshments will be available)

Location:         Ed and Gwen Cole STEM Building Room 402/403

                        Stephen F Austin University

Nacogdoches, TX

 

                               

Chemistry by the Gulf

Dr. Melanie Moser

Texas A&M University at Galveston

 

Texas A&M University’s Galveston campus is ideally located for research and education associated with the oceans and coastal environments. Our non-traditional high impact hands-on approach to chemistry includes a boat trip for all freshman chemistry lab students where they learn about water chemistry and field sampling. Chemistry is an integral part of understanding the ocean, from its processes to tracking the impact of human and natural events.

 

Dr. Melanie Moser received her BS in Chemistry from Lamar University and her PhD in Organic Chemistry from the University of Houston. She has been at Texas A&M University at Galveston since 1983 where she is an Instructional Professor and Department Chair of the Department of Marine Sciences. Dr. Moser is an ACS Fellow and has been active in the Industrial and Engineering Chemistry Division, has served on several ACS National Committees. Her research interests are in chemistry education and organic compounds for novel application. She has numerous publications and presentations, which include “Is there any connection between the da Vinci Code and the tetrahedral bond angle? A simple geometrical construction of the latter”, “Designing Tactile and Collaborative In-Class Exercises, with Examples”, and "Synthesis and Spectral Data of Some New N-Nitroso-N-Phenylhydroxylamine (Cupferron) Derivatives".

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Date: Tuesday, October 2

Place: Room FAC 1009 in the Cowan Center

3900 University Blvd

The University of Texas at Tyler

Tyler, TX

Dinner: On your own (refreshments will be provided)

Time: 7:00 P.M.

 

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Kiepersol Estates

The presentation will involve a review on winemaking and how science is integrated as well as touch on some of the basic analytics in a wine laboratory.

 

Speaker Bio

Michael McClendon is a winemaker at Kiepersol Enterprises. Michael worked at Kiepersol in their laboratory as an intern in 2008 while attending UT Tyler. After completing his BS degree in biology in 2009 he became a full time employee at Kiepersol—working as an Enologist and later to lead the production team.

Michael has become more involved in the East Texas wine community as a board member for the Piney Woods Wine Trail. He has also started a custom crush facility to better serve the burgeoning Texas wine industry. One of his honors is being recently named “a Young Turk of Texas Wine” by wine writer and author of Wine Slinger Chronicles Dr. Russ Kane.