Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) April 8, 2006
Energy Advocates President spoke to Royalty Owners from all over the nation. OK-NARO convention attendees came from all across the America and received message of Oklahoma’s energy history and potential very well.
“Oklahoma is positioned to be center for energy leadership beyond just oil and gas. Oklahoma has the opportunity to take the lead in energy research and development, technology and other advancements.” Mark A. Stansberry, President of the Energy Advocates stated at the Oklahoma National Association of Royalty Owners (OK-NARO) convention that was held in Tulsa.
Large numbers of Royalty Owners will converged on the Tulsa Renaissance Hotel this April 6th and 7th to learn more on Legislation and the industry that effects them. OK-NARO has a strong tradition in dispelling misconceptions, defending the rights of royalty owners and the industry they depend on. This year’s convention featured speakers such as Lt. Gov. Mary Fallin, L.O. “Lew” Ward, and Jerry Simmons.
“Oklahoma will long be a leader in oil and gas exploration and has the foundation in place to be the nation’s center for energy excellence.” Stansberry commented.
For more information about the Energy Advocates, VISION 2010 initiative, or to request a Speaker from the Speakers Bureau, please call (918) 599-7767 or visit http://www.energyadvocates.org.
About The Energy Advocates: Since 1974, The Energy Advocates, a national organization, has provided energy education nationally. The Energy Advocates strongly support all forms of energy. Its’ Primary mission is to inform the general public about our vital energy industry and energy policy issues. To learn more about energy issues, and The Energy Advocates, visit http://www.energyadvocates.org.
About OK-NARO: OK-NARO has represented thousands of Oklahoma royalty interest owners for over 25 years. “The Mission of Oklahoma-NARO is to encourage and promote exploration and production of minerals in Oklahoma while preserving, protecting, advancing, and representing the interests and rights of Oklahoma mineral and royalty owners through education and assistance to our members, government bodies, and the public.” There is more information at http://www.ok-naro.org