Formed in 1947, The Pipe Liners Club of Tulsa serves as the leading business association for members of the oil and gas pipeline industry. Our purpose is to advance pipeline engineering and operation practices for the mutual benefit of the members and the industry.
Our group is a non-profit association of over 600 members. All net profits from monthly meetings and special events benefit the scholarship fund. Scholarships are disbursed annually to recipients who complete a detailed application process, and obtain a club member sponsor.
The mission of the Pipeliners Association of Houston’s is to advance pipeline engineering and operation practices for the mutual benefit of the members and the industry.
The means employed for the attainment of this purpose include, but are not limited to, meeting for the presentation of appropriate papers and discussion of items of general intent, as well as discussion of books, publications and other material. The Association shall be both non-profit and non-political in character but may cooperate in civic enterprises.
The LOUISIANA PIPELINERS ASSOCIATION is a non-political and non-profit corporation formed in 1996 for the purpose of promoting all aspects of the pipeline industry in Louisiana.
As a means to provide a civic service, the Association has established a Scholarship Fund in order to award grants to eligible college students. Golf tournaments are used as a major source of raising funds for this purpose.
The primary purpose of the San Antonio Pipeliners Association is to provide an opportunity for “peer-to-peer” networking for men and women involved in the pipeline and midstream industries. Monthly meetings will be held at the Petroleum Club of San Antonio and will include a time of networking, a buffet, and a speaker. Topics will range from technical issues important to the industry, governmental affairs affecting the industry, and academia’s efforts to prepare and influence the next generation toward a career in the oil and gas industry.
Since 1964, we have served as the leading business association for members of the oil and gas pipeline industry. Our purpose is to advance pipeline engineering and operation practices for the mutual benefit of the members and the industry.
In addition to the great networking opportunity that this organization provides its members, the events such as the monthly luncheon meetings from August to April serve to present relevant news, research and practices that engages and educates our members. These events also function as a means of meeting continuing education requirements to maintain professional registries.
On your way to Denver? Working in the Rockies energy industry? Prospective student studying to work in the industry? Look up the Rocky Mountain Pipeliner’s Club! We support a network of energy professionals and students looking to advance our industry and stay in touch with regional issues and broader industry topics. Come golf with us, meet us for lunch and lets work together to responsibly develop and support our industry’s most valuable commodity, you.
The primary purpose of the Permian Basin Association of Pipliners (PBAP) is to provide an opportunity for “peer-to-peer” networking for men and women involved in the pipeline and related industries.
A secondary goal of the Permian Basin Association of Pipeliners is to provide scholarships to students who are pursuing a bachelor or graduate degree in science/technology/engineering and have completed at least 20 hours of coursework or to students who are are pursuing an applied technology associate degree or certificate in an industry-related field and have completed at least 6 hours of coursework.
The Petroleum Alliance is the newly formed oil and natural gas trade association created by the merger of the Oklahoma Independent Petroleum Association and the Oklahoma Oil & Gas Association.
We are the only trade association in Oklahoma that represents every segment of the oil and natural gas industry, allowing the industry to speak with one voice when advocating for the interests of our members, landowner partners, host communities and employees.
Our mission is to build a better Oklahoma and to be a destination for capital investment from the upstream, midstream and downstream segments of the energy industry.