Louisiana Oil and Gas Association

LOGA Staff
June 4, 2015 – 07:59 am
Don G. Briggs, President
Don is a native of Miami, Florida and a 1964 graduate of the University of Southwestern Louisiana (now University of Louisiana at Lafayette). Don began his career in the oil industry with Owen Drilling Company, while attending USL. Email CeCe Richter, Assistant to the President
CeCe started her career in the oil and gas industry in 1975 with Texaco in New Orleans; progressing through the administrative ranks to end her 20 year career at Texaco in 1995 as Assistant to the Vice President. Email Read full bio
Gifford Briggs, Vice-President
Gifford Briggs serves primarily as a lobbyist for LOGA and oversees the Political Action Committee of the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association (LOGPAC). In addition Briggs oversees the website design, social media outreach and the marketing identity of the Association. Email Read full bio Ben Broussard Benjamin Fournet Broussard, Director Ben Broussard serves as head of membership & marketing for LOGA. Ben is responsible for meeting, engaging & bringing new member companies into LOGA’s membership. Email Read full bio
Source: loga.la
You might also like
Colorado Oil And Gas Association Faces Resistance From
Colorado Oil And Gas Association Faces Resistance From ...
Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia
Independent Oil and Gas Association of West Virginia
Louisiana Sinkhole: Cavern Failure, Oil And Natural Gas
Louisiana Sinkhole: Cavern Failure, Oil And Natural Gas ...
"I am Louisiana Oil and Gas" - 30-second commercial
"I am Louisiana Oil and Gas" - 30-second commercial
Economics of offshore Louisiana: Presentation on behalf of Louisiana-Arkansas Division, Mid-Continent Oil and Gas Association to Public Land Law Review Commission, New Orleans, Louisiana, May 26, 1967
Book (s.n)
Drafting indemnity provisions in oil and gas contracts: Analysis and application of Texas and Louisiana statutes and case law (Monograph series / ... Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law)
Book (Section of Natural Resources, Energy, and Environmental Law, American Bar Association)
Popular Q&A
avatar
What is the legacy law in Louisiana when referring to oil and gas | ChaCha

A bill supported by the oil and gas industry that would change the way legacy lawsuits are handled is being "held hostage," according to one of its staunchest supporters. "(A) similar bill was already assigned to Judiciary A, so rightly it should go there," said Don Briggs, President of the Louisiana Oil and Gas Association. "However, they have been saying that it was going to go to the Senate Natural Resources Committee and die very quickly."

Related Posts