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Wildcatters Wednesday schedule released; prepaid packages available

August 05, 2013
Mark your calendars — the monthly Wildcatters Wednesday weekly luncheons will resume Sept. 4, allowing Wildcatters Club members a chance to hear from industry speakers, network, and support the OIPA’s efforts in Washington, D.C.

The 11:30 a.m. luncheons, which alternate monthly between Quail Creek Country Club in Oklahoma City and the Tulsa Country Club, are designed for OIPA Wildcatters Club members, but guests are welcome. 

All luncheons are sponsored by HOTCO Oil Well Fishing and Rental Tools, and these luncheons provide an excellent opportunity to meet with and hear from key energy leaders and decision makers across Oklahoma.

The dates and locations for the 2013-14 Wildcatters Wednesday luncheons are: 

Sept. 4 — Tulsa Country Club
Oct. 9 — Quail Creek Country Club, Oklahoma City
Nov. 6 — Tulsa Country Club
Dec. 4 — Quail Creek Country Club, Oklahoma City
Jan. 8 — Tulsa Country Club
Feb. 12 — Quail Creek Country Club, Oklahoma City
March 5 — Tulsa Country Club
April 2 — Quail Creek Country Club, Oklahoma City

The cost is $32 for association members and $40 for non-members, and walk-up registration is $40.

Several prepaid luncheon packages are available:
Package A ($118) Single registration for all Tulsa luncheons

Package B ($118) Single registration for all Oklahoma City luncheons

Package C ($236) Single registration for all Wildcatters Wednesday luncheons

Package D ($1,200) Table of 10 for all Tulsa luncheons

Package E ($975) Table of 8 for all Oklahoma City luncheons

Package F ($2,100) Table for all Wildcatter Wednesday luncheons

Members of the Wildcatters Club, which was introduced almost three decades ago, have been some of the strongest supporters of the OIPA’s political fund-raising efforts.

The Wildcatters Club serves as the primary fundraiser for OKIEpac, the association’s political action committee. OKIEpac has become the predominant energy industry political action committee and is a key reason the OIPA has been able to not only deflect negative legislation, but also to be proactive in pushing for laws that help independent producers. 

For information or to register for the luncheons, visit the OIPA’s calendar of events at

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