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SEPTEMBER TECHNICAL LUNCHEON


September 26th, 2018 11:30 AM - 1:00 PM

TECHNICAL LUNCHEON

September 26, 2018

 

SPEAKER:  Scott Taylor   

 

What I Have Learned (Hopes, Dreams and

Yes, a Few Lies) thoughts for The Young ….and More Seasoned

 

OCGS DEVON GEOSCIENCE CENTER

10 NW 6th Street

OKLAHOMA CITY, OK  73102

 

WEDNESDAY September 26, 2018

LUNCH 11:30am – 1:00pm

MEMBER COST $25.00

VISITOR COST $30.00

 

RESERVATIONS MUST BE SUBMITTED Friday September 21, 2018 BY 12:00 NOON

 

Abstract:

ASK QUESTIONS, YOU MIGHT FIND A HELPFUL ANSWER

DEAL WITH THE PERCEPTION THAT IS PRESENTED

SOMETIMES IT’S YOUR CONTACTS THAT WILL FIND YOU OPPORTUNITIES

YOU AND ONLY YOU ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR YOUR SAFETY

LEARN TO AVOID OBSTACLES.  LOOK AT THE ROCKS

BAD NEWS WILL WAIT UNTIL MORNING

What YOU hear may not be what THEY said

DON’T BURN YOUR BRIDGES

DO WHAT IS RIGHT.  YOU KNOW WHAT THAT IS

TEACHING OTHERS WILL ALWAYS TEACH YOU SOMETHING IN RETURN

LEARN ALL YOU CAN

Be careful of what you do and say online

SOME VERY GOOD SOUNDING IDEAS ARE NOT GOOD IDEAS


Biography

Scott Taylor was born and raised in Amarillo, TX.  He is currently the owner of Oil and Gas Investment Evaluations.  This company has consulted on almost all aspects of the oil business.  The purpose of the company is to keep individuals and companies from making horrible errors in judgment related to the hydrocarbon business.  Clients include individuals that have inherited properties to mid to large corporations that are disposing of their hard copy libraries, cores and samples and need an evaluation of the value for tax purposes. 

 Scott started his career in 1976 working as a geo tech for his father, Ira D. Taylor.  After completing his thesis on the Lower Permian Brown Dolomite of the Panhandle Hugoton Field he graduated from West Texas State University in 1978 (now A&M, I will never be an Aggie).  He was an exploration geologist for Amarex in the Deep Anadarko Basin, worked for numerous independent companies and finally went to work for Taylor Energy Corporation in Amarillo.  After that company was sold he formed Oil and Gas Investment Evaluations.  The company generates prospects, buys and sells properties, acquires minerals and consults on oil and gas projects worldwide.  He is currently active in generating prospects.  The company is very active in appraising data sets unique to the oil and gas business that are being donated to various institutions. For the past 8 years he has scanned and renamed scout cards in his files (based upon hand written Sun Oil Cards) and data from the Panhandle Geological Log Library.  Copies of the data have been transmitted to the Mid-Continent Library, OPIC and various other libraries in the United States. 

 

Scott has been program chairman for the Panhandle Geological Society, program chair for the Mid Continent Meeting in Amarillo, a contributor and consultant for the Panhandle Plains Historical Museum and volunteer tour guide for Palo Duro Canyon tours.  He is a member of the Chickasaw Indian tribe.

Attendance without reservation will not be possible.  Reservations must be cancelled by September 21, 2018 at noon to avoid being charged.  Thank you for your consideration.

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