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Mel Morgan
  • 49, Male
  • Tyler, Texas
  • United States
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Are you interested in becoming an organizer in your area?
Yes
Tell us about your experience with alternative energy:
I am a Petroleum Landman who specializing in establishing surface locations and pipeline easements to support the exploration and drilling of natural gas wells.
What excites you about this campaign?
The plan is a straightforward and rational strategy to directly address the problem of our (the U.S.) dependency on foreign oil. It is based on real data and utilizes existing domestic resources. The plan is specific, measurable, realistic, attainable, and can be timed. Additionally, its design and proposal reflects real leadership, something our country lacks most, but needs now more than ever.
What do you want to do to help?
Spread the word here in Tyler. Also, as a Petroleum Landman specializing in establishing surface Right-of-Ways and Easements, I could assist in the development of new power-line systems to move electricity from the Central U.S. to the East and West Coasts.

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At 11:31am on March 17, 2009, Ralph J Branscomb said…
Mel,

If you ever need to team up with an eperienced Project Controls Consultant to put together the Entimates, Schedules, Cost Projections and Risk Analysis , Just drop me an E-mail.. I have done Major T&D Projects and Pipeline Projects..

Regards

Ralph Branscomb
rbran90@gmail.com
Frisco, Texas
At 2:11am on January 5, 2009, Home Wind Turbine said…
home wind turbine
Happy New Year Mel,
Last year I helped so many members of Pickens Plan learn about personal home energy plans. It's all about conservation of power, and home power generation, things I have been doing at my residence to lower my electricity costs. Send me a friend request a to add me Mel, I'd be honored to have you as a friend here.

BTW, Texas: I just posted an article link on my pickens page about Home Wind Systems in Texas. Your state's representatives, governor, and public utility commission officials are not in your corner with this "weak policy" on Net Metering. Instead they have the tables turned against green power for businesses and homeowners. Texas has created multiple sets of rules for loopholes and you have less rights than people in other states. You should read that article, important.

At 1:57pm on December 25, 2008, Cheryl Y said…
Hello and Happy Holidays to you and yours. I just want to let you know that we are organizing the New Energy Army by Congressional District so we can take action locally to make energy independence for America a reality. Please follow this link to join our group for the Congressional District TX 01

Our Goals as a group: • Work with other members of the New Energy Army in your Congressional District
to set a goal of signing up 500 new members by Inauguration Day 2009.
• Host meet‐ups with other members of the Army in your Congressional District to
discuss ways you can take action and Push the Pickens Plan.
• Get an op‐ed or letter to the editor placed in your local newspaper telling everyone
why you support the Pickens Plan.
• If your Governor, U.S. Senators and U.S. Representative have not yet signed the
Pickens Plan Pledge, then ask them to sign today! Visit
http://www.pickensplan.com/district‐leaderboard to find out if your elected
officials have signed the pledge.

Thank you.
Cheryl Yingling
District Leader Tx 01

At 4:54pm on September 2, 2008, Jeff Miller said…
See you Friday!
-just jeff
At 6:08pm on August 11, 2008, Dr. Norman LaFave said…
Hi Mel,

Please take a look at the executive summary on my page. We are in the process of establishing a nonprofit innovation laboratory in Houston Texas dedicated to inspiring young people to pursue technology careers and to the development of the next-generation of strategic technologies to meet our current global challenges. Alternative energy is a major focus of our program.
Right now, we are in need of people willing to sponsor our efforts or to finding sponsorship for us.
We believe this can be the beginning of an effort that can spread to other areas of the country and create a critical mass of new technology ideas and innovative technologists to meet the challenges.

Any assistance you could provide would be appreciated.

Best Regards,

Norman
At 10:01pm on July 14, 2008, Richard Bradford said…
Greetings Mel,

My name is Richard Bradford. I saw your comments on the leadership boards and wanted to invite you to a discussion group that was created soley for talking about investment in PickensPlan wind farms.

We have a nice group of leaders and I see some of them are speaking with you already. Lots of work needs to be done.

Look forward to hearing from you.

Kind Regards,

Richard Bradford,
Davie, Florida

http://push.pickensplan.com/group/financetheplan
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At 3:03pm on July 14, 2008, Julie Chancler said…
Thanks Mel.
Working in the natural gas end of petro says it all. I understand! This will be an exciting endeavor by Mr. Pickens.
Julie
At 2:48pm on July 14, 2008, Mel Morgan said…
Julie,

Thanks for the question. Mr. Pickens states that 22% of our electrical power is produced by natural gas fueled generators. His plan calls for the introduction of wind energy to replace this natural gas (22%). In turn, the “liberated” natural gas will be used as fuel in natural gas powered automobiles. My work in the energy (petroleum) sector directly deals with natural gas exploration and production. As I see it, Mr. Pickens’ Plan doesn’t negatively impact my occupation. It simply redirects the product to a better use. I’m very excited about the plan because it directly addresses the problem of our dependency on foreign oil. I agree with you. It is a step in the right direction.

Thanks,

Mel
At 8:52am on July 14, 2008, Julie Chancler said…
Mel,

Do you think the line of business you are in - petroleum - will degrade with the Pickens Plan? I am impressed with your interest even though it seems it could negatively effect your occupation.

I feel the Pickens Plan is a set in the right direction.

Take care. www.juliechancler.com
 
 
 

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