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1983 Oil Spill

Conference (continued from page 14)

Two special luncheons are planned. On Tuesday, March 1, at noon in the North Banquet

Hall, Adm. James S. Gracey,

Commandant of the U.S. Coast

Guard, will deliver an address.

On Thursday, March 3, James

H. Gillie, assistant to the vice president of public affairs of

Phillips 66, will entertain the luncheon guests with an address entitled "Right On Instead of

Rip Off." This luncheon also will begin at noon in the North Ban- quet Hall.

The film festival will highlight important technical aspects of the industry. The films will be shown on a scheduled basis in

Room No. 25 of the convention center. A brochure listing titles, viewing times, and loan sources will be among the information packets distributed at the con- ference.

Speaker's breakfasts will be held on Tuesday, Wednesday, and

Thursday mornings at 7:00 a.m. in Room No. 31 at the conven- tion center. The conference com- mittee has requested chairmen, speakers, and panel members at- tend the breakfasts on the day they are speaking or are chair- ing a session.

The organizers also have ar- ranged for a speakers' practice room, Room No. 12, to be avail- able. The room will be equipped with a slide projector, screen, and electric pointer, and the room will be available on an unreserved basis.

A copy of the Conference Pro- ceedings is included with full reg- istration and will be available on- site. Additional copies ordered in advance also will be available on- site at a pre-publication price of $40. Following the conference, the 1983 Conference Proceed- ings may be ordered from the

American Petroleum Institute,

Washington, D.C.

A Hospitality Suite for Spous- es and children will be available from 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. from

March 1 to March 3 in Room No. 33 at the center. Hostesses fa- miliar with San Antonio will be on hand to offer guidance on tours and other local attractions.

A tour program has been planned with arrangements be- ing made for three tours that include places such as El Mer- cado, the Institute of Texan Cul- tures, the Spanish Governor's

Palace, the Lone Star Brewery,

Mission San Jose, the Alamo, the

Southwest Craft Center, and the

King William restoration area.

The 1983 Oil Spill Conference general committee is under the chairmanship of Richard K. Mey- ers of Texaco Inc. and co-chair- men Capt. Charles R. Corbett,

USCG, and Ronald D. Hill, U.S.

Environmental Protection Agen- cy. Committee members include

Comdr. Frank A. Boersma, USCG,

Kent G. Drummond, Marathon

Oil Company, John S. Farlow,

EPA, Richard W. Kreutsen, Chev- ron U.S.A., Royal J. Nadeau,

EPA, and Charles W. Sieber,

USCG. The program committee is chaired by Comdr. Roger T.

Rufe Jr., USCG, with William

R. Leek of Chevron USA and

Royal J. Nadeau of the EPA serving as vice chairmen.

The registration fee for the conference is $200 and includes all technical sessions, two lunch- eons, and a copy of the proceed- ings. Additional information on the conference can be received from: 1983 Oil Spill Conference,

Suite 700, 1629 K Street, N.W.,

Washington, D.C. 20006. Tel. (202) 296-7262. 1983 OIL SPILL


Final Program

Tuesday, March 1 8:30 a.m. Theatre

Plenary Session

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