“Collaborations like this are important on so many levels,” said Leodoro Martinez, Chairman of the Eagle Ford Consortium, “Through our education and workforce committees we are constantly working to meet the needs of the community. By providing high-quality programming to our constituents in South Texas, we are able to keep our communities informed and competitive in harnessing the benefits of the South Texas energy boom.”
The Eagle Ford Consortium offers workshops and training quarterly throughout the year, addressing pressing issues in the South Texas community like infrastructure development, workforce needs and sustainable planning. Community feedback from these sessions serves as the foundation in creating program development for Consortium’s annual conference.
The TCU Energy Institute, in conjunction with the Eagle Ford Shale Consortium and the Alamo University Center, is also offering education programs in San Antonio for land management professionals and royalty owners beginning in February 2013.
For more information or to RSVP for the event, visit eaglefordconsortium.org, cerenergyinstitute.com or call (800)255-1261.