NEW ORLEANS, LA – The Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association (LMOGA) held its 2024 annual meeting highlighting “Louisiana’s Energy Future” on February 5-6, 2024, in New Orleans, La. In conjunction with the annual meeting, the LMOGA Board of Directors met and announced Leah Brown, Chevron as chair, and John Harrington, ConocoPhillips as vice-chair of the Association’s Board of Directors for 2024.
“For over a century, the Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association has worked to ensure the safe delivery of affordable energy, which in turn drives economic growth and improved quality of life,” said Leah Brown, LMOGA Chair. “In fact, the oil and natural gas industry plays an instrumental role in the production of countless items we depend on every day including clothing, electronics, and medicine. I’m humbled and honored to be a part of this business, to serve as chair, and support LMOGA’s on-going mission. It’s my hope our work will further support and strengthen Louisiana’s energy industry and continue to bring opportunity and prosperity for years to come.”
Leah Brown is the Manager of Corporate Affairs for Chevron’s Gulf of Mexico Business Unit overseeing
Chevron’s social investment, communications, and stakeholder outreach across the Gulf Coast. Leah is a long-time supporter and advocate of the industry with extensive experience in public and government affairs, academia, and local community engagement.
“I am excited to welcome Leah as the new Chairwoman of the LMOGA Board of Directors. Leah has been a leader in our industry for many years,” said LMOGA President Tommy Faucheux. “Her engagement to ensure business and community success for the oil and natural gas industry will be important as LMOGA with stakeholders at the federal, state, and local levels. We look forward to Leah’s leadership.”
LMOGA’s two-day annual meeting brought local, state, and national stakeholders together to discuss the future of Louisiana’s oil and natural gas industry, its vital impact on the state and the important role Louisiana plays in meeting US energy demands. Speaker highlights included Governor Jeff Landry, Attorney General Liz Murrill, new State Agency leadership from the Louisiana Department of Environmental Quality, Louisiana Department of Energy and Natural Resources, and the Louisiana Department of Economic Development, and Bruce Niemeyer, president for Chevron, Americas Exploration & Production.
LMOGA, founded in 1923, is a trade association exclusively representing all sectors of the oil and gas industry operating in Louisiana and the Gulf of Mexico. LMOGA serves exploration and production, refining, transportation, marketing, and mid-stream companies as well as other firms in the fields of law, engineering, environment, financing, and government relations.
Louisiana Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association, founded in 1923, is a trade association exclusively representing all sectors of the oil and gas industry operating in Louisiana and the Gulf of Mexico. LMOGA serves exploration and production, refining, transportation, marketing and midstream companies as well as other firms in the fields of law, engineering, environment, financing and government relations.
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