The National Stripper Well Association has been hosting a series of interactive face-to-face virtual discussions with small producers from around the country. Here attendees discuss a variety of topics from the support of the government to individual company strategies. These Producer's Roundtables have been valuable in exchanging ideas, information and possible solutions to help companies adapt and survive.

Upcoming Producer's Roundtables

JANUARY 25, 2023 @ 11 am CT

Join NSWA in an interactive virtual discussion with small producers from around the country to discuss individual company strategies.

This month we will begin our discussion with a short presentation on "Converting Flare Gas into Grid Power" from Innoverse Technologies. We will then discuss updates on the ongoing Methane Issues: Inflation Reduction Act (finalized) & EPA Rule (pending).

Our discussion will be led by:
   Zach BowmanCEO, Innoverse Technologies
   Paul Kirch, Innoverse Technologies
   Chris KearneyNSWA VP for Governmental Affairs



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Sponsor A Roundtable

These interactive conversations bring together small producers from across the country and have quickly become an industry favorite.

Sponsor receives:

    • Company recognition on all emails and event materials
    • Company recognition on the Producer’s Roundtable webpage with direct link of your choice
    • Introduction as the “host” of the Producer’s Roundtable
    • 2-minute speaking opportunity at the beginning of the Producer’s Roundtable

Purchase a Sponsorship

Please note that the program is subject to change and will be updated continuously up to each meeting.  In the event a speaker is changed, the event organizers will make a reasonable attempt to secure suitable replacements of a similar subject matter. Views expressed by speakers are their own. NSWA cannot accept liability for advice given, or views expressed, by any speaker or in any material provided to meeting participants.

Please contact Ann Cook at or call 405.228.4112 with any questions.