News & Events
News & Events
BETA will be participating in LOGA's Industry Seminar and CLE this September 15th-16th at the J. W. Marriott in New Orleans, LA. The Seminar and CLE will be a legal and practical workshop for the oil and gas industry at large. Attorneys, as well as those involved in operations and land activities throughout Louisiana are encouraged to attend this educational event. The seminar will include two luncheons with special guest speakers.
The American Oil & Gas Reporter magazine recently released an article featuring BETA Land Services' Bryan Hanks. The article, "LOGA Ready To Meet New Challenges" is about the new legal setting reassuring oil and gas companies that Louisiana is a good place to do business. Please click here to read the full article.
BETA Land Services has opened a new corporate office in Houston. Located in downtown Houston, the new office will help BETA better service clients across the country. The offices are co-managed by Cato L. Clark, RPL, and James R. “Dee” Alexander, III, RPL. The new offices are located at Three Allen Center, 333 Clay Street, Suite 4890, Houston, TX 77002. Phone: 281-501-9882.
A new web-based process to help landmen be considered for projects nationwide has been unveiled by BETA Land Services. This new process will allow landmen to submit their resumes to a database that BETA can use to locate landmen quickly and easily based on their location and skillset. This new online database allows landmen seeking opportunities to avoid potential errors or delays that can come with email submission of resumes.
A significant and comprehensive overhaul of the BETA Land Services brand will culminate at the Winter NAPE Expo in Houston with the unveiling of the new BETA brand. The initiative to overhaul the brand and reposition BETA Land Services includes a new logo, new corporate colors, a new website (www.betalandservices.com) and a new 20’ x 20’ event booth, which makes its debut at Winter Nape.
A very big thank you goes out to BETA Land Services for their participation as a Grand Sponsor in the recent Cambridge Main Street BrewBQ. Presenting a banner used at the event are BrewBQ Committee Members Cookie Connell, Lori Warne-Jones, Linda Miller and Christie Drubel along with BETA employee’s Rennan Victoriano, Kyle Hardy, Taylor Wortham and Ryan James. Thank You BETA for your support and Welcome to Cambridge!
Plains Exploration & Production Co. said Friday that it has completed its $5.36 billion acquisition of some BP deep-water assets in the Gulf of Mexico, as the British oil giant seeks to cover its costs related to the massive oil spill there in 2010.
The second phase of a comprehensive new study co-sponsored by the U.S. Chamber’s Institute for 21st Century Energy was released today, highlighting the benefits that shale energy will have on America’s economy over the coming years. IHS, a leading global energy research firm, is conducting the three part study to examine the economic impact of shale energy exploration and production across the country. Part one of the report, which focused on the national benefits, was released last month.
BETA Land Services is rapidly moving forward technologically and geographically with the expansion of our brand. We have recently incorporated an in-house Communications Director, Ms. Mimi Rodier, to assist in developing, contributing to and supporting BETA’s mission, vision, values, and strategic goals and objectives as BETA continues to grow and expand. Mimi has several years experience in workforce development, marketing, communications, and public relations.