Iconic oilman Henry Groppe lauded by Permian Basin Petroleum Museum

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April 26, 2018

The Midland-based Permian Basin Petroleum Museum has celebrated legendary oilman Henry Groppe with a special exhibit honoring his long and storied career in energy. Groppe, vice chair of UT’s Energy Institute advisory board, is a partner and founder in Groppe, Long & Littell, a Houston based consulting firm internationally recognized for its long-term guidance to corporate, government and private energy industry clients. The firm, founded in 1955, is known for its accurate forecasts of major changes in oil and natural gas supply, consumption and price. In addition to his many years’ experience as a prognosticator, Groppe worked in technical, economics and management positions with Dow Chemical, Monsanto, Texaco and Arabian American Oil Company. He is a Chemical Engineering graduate of UT and served as an officer in the U.S. Navy. View the museum’s exhibit here.