Alaska’s North Slope: present and future potential & its significance to the Cherry Point Refinery in supplying fuel to Oregon and Washington
Dave Hite, consulting geologist
Sept. 18, 2014, 11:45 a.m. at Multnomah Athletic Club
Northwest Energy Association “Exploring the Energy Future of the Pacific Northwest”
Dave started his career at OSU, then went on to the University of Wisconsin to earn his M.S. and Ph.D. in geology and is a Certified Professional Geologist. He started his career as a research geologist working for ARCO in Texas (1967 – 1974) and then in Alaska (1974 ‑ 1992), as a Senior Exploration Geologist, District Geologist, and finally as the Manager of the ANWR Re-evaluation Group. Dave worked as an Independent Consulting Geologist in Anchorage (1992 ‑ 2013) and is currently an Independent Consulting Geologist in Bend, Oregon.
His work focus has been Alaska, with special emphasis on the North Slope and Cook Inlet. He is the author/coauthor of publications for the USDOE, the National Academy of Sciences, and was co-editor of AAPG Memoir 104 on the Cook Inlet.
Meeting venue: Multnomah Athletic Club, 1849 SW Salmon Street, Portland, Oregon [parking is free at the overflow parking north of Salmon on the westside of 20th]
Thursday, September 18, 2014, 11:45 AM to 1:00 PM
Luncheon: from fixed menu – cost $25 [includes gratuity], pay by check or cash at the door.
Make all reservations by email to NWEnergyAssociation@gmail.com. Reservations must be received by noon Monday, September 15.
Cancellation Policy: We are billed for the number of reservations turned in by noon on the Monday before the luncheon: Therefore, we must have all reservations or cancellations in before noon on Monday, September 15. Any cancellations or no shows will be billed for the full $25 of the luncheon.
Next meeting: October 16, 2014
Speaker: Laird Thompson
Topic to be announced at the September meeting.