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Join us for our Bi-Monthly Membership meeting at the Denver Athletic Club's Petroleum Rooms. Come listen to John Harpole of Mercator Energy speak about "Where Are We Going?" There will be opportunities to network with some of the movers and shakers of our industry and contribute to the Rocky Mountain Pipeliners Scholarship Fund as our proceeds go to help support our industry's greatest commodity, our workers.
This is also our annual scholarship luncheon and we will be awarding our first scholarships! What an exciting event this will be.
We look forward to seeing you there!
Register Today! Members receive a $10 discount!
About John Harpole
John Harpole is Founder and President of Mercator Energy LLC, a natural gas services, brokerage and energy market analysis company. Mercator assists both producers and end users in 12 western and Midwestern states in selling and sourcing natural gas supplies. Mercator also conducts specific research projects for client groups exploring the impact of industry trends on various regional markets. Mercator’s analysis on “Poverty and Fracking” was recently featured in a Wall Street Journal editorial and on Fox News.
During his career, Harpole has provided strategic advice and counseling to independent oil and gas producers, power producers, major electric and gas utilities, hedge funds and energy traders, retail and wholesale energy marketers, equipment vendors and large energy users typically at the CEO level. He has also played a key role in developing innovative new business structures and in helping to transform energy and environmental policy at the state and federal levels.
Harpole is a board member of the Western Energy Alliance (formerly IPAMS), the Colorado Oil and Gas Association, the Leadership Program of the Rockies, University of Colorado’s Global Energy Management Program (GEM) and Energy Outreach Colorado.
Harpole has travelled to China twice in the last three years to instruct employees of PetroChina on the regulatory and marketing history of natural gas in the United States.