Minority Business Association Connects With Shale Industry
Posted in the Natural Gas Forum
#1 Jun 11, 2013
Energy In Depth's Mike:
"This week in the heart of Ohios Utica Shale play some folks from the oil and gas industry held a joint event with the Minority Business Association in Stark County (aka the Utica Capital). The purpose was to discuss connecting the growing natural gas industry with the strong and diverse minority-owned businesses of Stark County. The idea for this meeting came from a meeting between API and the Stark County Oil and Gas Partnership. The idea being the oil and gas industry continuing to reach out and make connections in local communities all around Ohio. Connecting with the MBA is a great example of that effort.
Stark County Minority Business Association
The day began with welcoming remarks from Cantons own Ron Ponder, who is well-known in the community due to his long-standing popular radio show.
There is a lot of information but not just information but a lot of opportunity Ron Ponder (0:11)
After Mr. Ponders opening comments, Rhonda Reda, Executive Director of the Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program, took the stage to provide what she calls an Oil and Gas 101, covering topics like terminology, technology and the history of Ohios industry. Rhonda always grabs and holds everyones attention due to her wealth of knowledge and engaging personality. She also has the amazing ability to break down a complex, science-based topic to help the general public get a better understanding and working knowledge of the industry.
Following Rhonda, Energy In Depth stepped up to the microphone to explain the supply chain. The first step in finding a niche for your company in the supply chain is understanding how various elements work together. EID mapped out the supply chain from exploration companies like BP and Chesapeake to oilfield services companies like Halliburton and Weatherford all the way down to well pad servicing companies, which is where most local small businesses can find room in the supply chain. Services like excavating, water hauling, landscaping, safety clothing, fuel, tools and other hardware are all places where local businesses can and indeed do benefit."
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