WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS – Marita Noon, executive director for Energy Makes America Great Inc. and the companion educational organization, the Citizens’ Alliance for Responsible Energy (CARE) will speak during the National Association of Royalty Owners (NARO) - Appalachia annual members’ conference Aug. 30– Sept. 1.

Mineral and royalty owners, as well as industry professionals will gather at The Greenbrier in White Sulphur Springs for an educational meeting and discussions on the oil and gas industry. This will be the fifth annual meeting for the NARO – Appalachia chapter. NARO non-members are welcome to attend this event. Registration is located at www.naro-us.org/events.

Attorneys can obtain 15.7 CLE credits for attending, and accountants can get 9 units of continuing education credit.

Noon is an author, columnist for RedState.com and regular contributor to many online commentary sites including Canada Free Press and NetRight Daily.

According to a press release, “her organization works to educate the public and influence policymakers regarding energy, its role in freedom, and the American way of life. Combining energy, news, politics and the environment through public events, speaking engagements, and media, the organizations’ combined efforts have made Marita America’s voice for energy.”

She has written 20 books. Her latest, Energy Freedom, is her first in the current affairs genre.

“We are very excited to have the opportunity to host Marita Noon at our event,” said Bob Hart, president of NARO Appaplachia. “Our board works diligently to assemble an interesting and educational agenda each year. I think this year will be one of our best events!”

A non-profit organization established originally in the early 1980s in Oklahoma, NARO’s mission is one of education and advocacy. It represents 7.5 to 12 million mineral owners in the United States to assist them in learning how to care take and protect their mineral property.

“Most U.S. mineral owners have their property through inheritance and never thought they would be in the oil and gas industry as a development partner, but here they are,” said Cynthia Simonds, NARO’s national development director. “And there is a lot to know.”

NARO works in Washington, D.C., as well as all the state capitols to make sure mineral owners are represented and considered when new legislation affecting the industry is discussed. The Appalachian region of NARO consists of West Virginia, Ohio, Kentucky and North Carolina.

NARO was founded in 1981 and now has 11 chapters encompassing 19 states. NARO is the only national organization representing solely and without compromise, oil and gas royalty owners’ interests.

For more information, visit www.naro-us.org.

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