Neil Nixon, President of Nixon & Associates, will again help facilitate the Southern Gas Association’s Emergency Management Workshop May 13-15, 2015. The sessions, which will be held at the Doubletree Hotel in Nashville, will provide participants with case studies and hands-on experience in emergency planning and management. Neil has been assisting SGA with this workshop since the mid-1990s. Registration information for the Workshop can be found at www.southerngas.org
Nixon & Associates recently established two new business relationships in an effort to better serve our clients. Our new associates include Laura Shelters, who brings vast experience in the development and implementation of training programs; and Larry Czach, who has more than 30 years of corporate experience in audio/visual communications.
Laura, who lives in Northern Virginia, began working with us in the summer of 2014. In addition to providing help with our training initiatives, she will be active with our website and social media presence.
Larry, a long-time Houston resident, has assisted us with several past projects and will take a very active role in assisting our new and existing clients with video production, staging and photography, as well as supporting our efforts with Emergency Response exercises and training initiatives. More in-depth bios for both Laura and Larry can be found in the “Staff & Associates” section of our website.
We are also delighted to announce that we are continuing our alliance with Glen Boatwright, former Vice President of Nixon & Associates. Glen will continue to support select Nixon & Associates’ clients from his new post as Senior Consultant at Black & Veatch. Glen’s bio can also be found in our “Staff & Associates” section.
In late 2014 and early 2015, Nixon & Associates began work with several new clients. In the Dallas area, Nixon & Associates is now assisting initiatives at Denbury Resources, at EnLink Midstream and at Blue Racer Midstream. We also began new projects with Houston-based Spectra Energy, with Enable Midstream out of Oklahoma City, with Delaware-based Chesapeake Utilities Corp., and with Columbia Pipeline Group.