SAN ANTONIO – The South Texas Energy and Economic Roundtable (STEER), announced today that the Bee County Sheriff’s Department, Chesapeake Energy Corporation, ConocoPhillips, Transect Inc., the Port of Corpus Christi and DeepWell Energy Services are the recipients of the 2022 Eagle Ford Excellence Awards. The awards honor companies and organizations working in or with the oil and natural gas industry for their diligent efforts in protecting the environment, developing innovative technologies, making safety a top priority and giving back to the communities they serve. STEER also awarded its Eagle Ford Excellence Award to The Honorable James W. Huff, Live Oak County Judge.
This year’s awards, which recognize excellence in the areas of Community and Social Investment, Environmental Stewardship, Neighborhood Impression, and Innovation in Technology, were presented at a luncheon event in San Antonio.
“For the 10th year running, it is our honor to recognize the contributions of the oil and natural gas industry, our local partners and elected officials whose work and commitment strengthen South Texas communities every day. This year’s Eagle Ford Excellence Award winners include innovators, environmental stewards and community leaders who, year after year, positively impact the communities they serve,” said Glynis Strause of ConocoPhillips and a member of the STEER Advisory Council.
Neighborhood Impression Award: Port of Corpus Christi
The Port of Corpus Christi contracted with Learning Undefeated to develop a signature STEM career and education outreach program for the Coastal Bend Region. With this leading-edge PORT-Able Learning laboratory program, the Port of Corpus Christi will bring unique and innovative educational resources and opportunities directly to schools and communities across the region. Through this initiative, the Port of Corpus Christi will create a corporate social responsibility platform that supports STEM education, STEM careers, and the workforce of tomorrow.