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Appendix C: Biographies of the Workshop Moderators and Presenters
Pages 73-78

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... . He was the long-time secretary of the LIAISON Committee of Cooperating Oil and Gas Associations, and was previously a member of the governing Council of the State Bar of Texas Oil, Gas and Mineral Law Section.
From page 74...
... shale gas and oil plays, including the Barnett, Fayetteville, Haynesville, Marcellus, Eagle Ford, and Bakken plays, focusing on resource and production evaluation, with the goal to build the future production outlooks for each play. At present, she leads a project aiming to update the past shale gas development projections and a co-leads a multi-year resource assessment of the Permian Basin.
From page 75...
... Michelle McGregor is the Senior Oil and Gas Development Advisor for the Nature Conservancy, Appalachian region.  Michelle works directly with the Oil and Gas Industry, Governmental agencies, environmental NGOs, and other key partners to enhance ongoing collaboration and develop and deploy leading environmental and engineering strategies, practices, and tools to reduce habitat impacts.  Michelle is a former global environmental, health, and safety (EHS) executive with a broad base of experience that includes global EHS compliance, corporate leadership, EHS strategic risk, and project, program, and performance management.  She has worked in key business sectors including energy, manufacturing, petrochemical, government, and consulting in over 35 countries. Michelle attended Texas A&M University and The University of Pittsburgh School of Law.  Susan Packard LeGros has been president and executive director of the Center for Responsible Shale Development since 2014.
From page 76...
... She earned her law degree from Northwestern University School of Law, and her bachelor's degree from The Ohio State University. Michael Parker is currently Principal of Parker Environmental and Consulting, LLC, which provides environmental and regulatory policy development, technical, and advocacy support on a range of issues, focusing on nonconventional oil and gas development including hydraulic fracturing, produced water management, water resource management, onshore and offshore environmental management issues, and carbon capture and storage issues.
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... Marland Award by the Interstate Oil and Gas Compact Commission. Recently, Alabama Governor Robert Bentley appointed Tew as Chairman of the Alabama Water Agencies Working Group to continue to study water issues in the state and to undertake activities toward development of recommendations relative to water policy and management.

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