ICIR Student Companies up for Indigenous Engagment Awards at GPS

May 6th, 2017 | Sandra Sutter

Seven Lakes Oilfield Services and Tarpon WestMo Services have been selected as finalists for the Indigenous Engagement Category at the Global Petroleum Show Awards! John Darr (Seven Lakes CEO) and Sandra Sutter (Tarpon Energy Manager of Aboriginal Partnership) are two of our Indigenous Community Engagement Students. The first cohort is convocating on June 9th! Way to go ICIR Students.
https://www.ualberta.ca/extension/continuing-education/programs/community-engagement/aboriginal-community-industry-relations

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GPS Awards Shortlist Announced
The Judging Panel for the Global Petroleum Show Awards is excited to announce the shortlist of nominees for the 2017 program. Over the last month, each member of the Judging Panel diligently reviewed each submission and provided a score based on the criteria for the category. All scores were collected and sent to the Official Independent Advisor, Ernst and Young, to provide the final tally and shortlist of nominees – which represents the top scored submissions in each category. The winner in each category will be announced at the GPS Awards Breakfast.
June 13|8:30 am – 10:00 am|Stampede Park
Come and support your industry colleagues!

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