Harold Hamm named Chief roughneck by U. S. Steel tubular products

Harold Hamm named Chief roughneck by U. S. Steel tubular products

Harold G. Hamm, chairman and ceo of Continental Resources, was named the recipient of the 2016 Chief roughneck Award by U. S. Steel tubular products. The announcement was created on friday at the 87th annual meeting of the independent petroleum Association of America.
David Rintoul, senior V.P. of U.S. Steel’s tubular business, presented Hamm with the normal Chief roughneck bronze bust and hard hat.
"Harold could be a tireless advocate for America's energy independence," said Rintoul. "He could be a fighter, not just for our industry and his company, however also for the success of others. He personally devotes his time and resources to championing a healthy and secure future for all Americans. This steadfast commitment makes him an ideal choice for the 2016 Chief roughneck Award."
Hamm established Continental Resources in 1967 at the age of 21. He built a grassroots startup into a high ten oil producer within the U.S. Hamm co-founded and is chairman of the Domestic Energy Producers Alliance, that aims to protect american jobs and economic activity generated by onshore drilling and production activities. His industry leadership also includes serving as past chairman and present board member of the oklahoma independent petroleum Association, as a founding board member of the oklahoma Energy Resources Board, and as a past president of the National stripper well Association.
The prestigious Chief roughneck Award was created in 1955 to honor the lifetime achievements of petroleum trade leaders.
Harold G. Hamm, chairman and ceo of Continental Resources, was named the recipient of the 2016 Chief roughneck Award by U. S. Steel hollow products. The announcement was created on friday at the 87th annual meeting of the independent petroleum Association of America.
David Rintoul, senior V.P. of U.S. Steel’s tubular business, presented Hamm with the traditional Chief roughneck bronze bust and hard hat.
"Harold could be a tireless advocate for America's energy independence," said Rintoul. "He could be a fighter, not just for our industry and his company, but conjointly for the success of others. He personally devotes his time and resources to championing a healthy and secure future for all Americans. This steadfast commitment makes him an ideal choice for the 2016 Chief roughneck Award."
Hamm established Continental Resources in 1967 at the age of 21. He built a grassroots startup into a high ten oil producer within the U.S. Hamm co-founded and serves as chairman of the Domestic Energy Producers Alliance, that aims to protect american jobs and economic activity generated by onshore drilling and production activities. His trade leadership also includes serving as past chairman and present board member of the oklahoma independent petroleum Association, as a founding board member of the oklahoma Energy Resources Board, and as a past president of the National stripper well Association.
The prestigious Chief roughneck Award was created in 1955 to honor the lifetime achievements of petroleum industry leaders.