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It is the belief of NSWA that producers and operators of marginally producing wells have a unique set of needs and concerns regarding federal legislation and regulation. NSWA’s sole responsibility is advocacy on behalf of these small producers.
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NSWA 2017 Annual Meeting is March 23-24

NSWA 2017 Annual Meeting is March 23-24

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NSWA Annual Meeting & 11th Annual Energy Gala
March 23 & 24, 2017
Embassy Suites Bricktown
Oklahoma City, OK


NSWA Chairman responds to results of Presidential Election

November 10, 2016

Darlene Wallace, NSWA Chairman

The National Stripper Well Association (NSWA) looks forward to working with the new Administration and President-Elect Trump on a national agenda that better protects and promotes America’s smallest domestic energy producers, and once again places the United States in front as the global leader in oil and natural gas production, said NSWA Chairman Darlene Wallace.

“For eight years, America’s most economically-vulnerable oil and gas producers have faced wave after wave of regulations from an Administration committed to driving us out of business,” Wallace said. “But by working together, we can rebuild the relationships necessary to protect our interests and ensure that we will be able to continue producing the energy America needs.”