Texas Water Symposium to Discuss Groundwater and Water Preservation

Duke Ligon is owner and manager of the Mekusukey Oil Company in Oklahoma City. In addition to his role at Mekusukey, Duke Ligon holds an executive council position at the Kay Baily Hutchison (KBH) Center for Energy.

The KBH Center for Energy sponsors the Texas Water Symposium Series, which will host a conference on groundwater issues on November 8, 2016.

A single-day conference designed to foster discussion on the importance of preserving water supply and engaging the public in water literacy, the program explores plans for a sustainable future. It also examines how decisions made today will affect future generations and the challenges in ensuring drinkable water for Texas residents. As a part of the Texas Water Symposium Series, the conference will provide perspectives from scientists, policymakers, and authorities in water resources. A question-and-answer session will follow the presentation.

The symposium is open to the public at no cost, although individuals who plan to attend must register in advance due to limited seating. It will take place at the Thompson Conference Center, and parking is available on a first-come, first-served basis.

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