Promoting education and research in Geology, Archaeology, Anthropology, Energy and Environmental Sciences.
|Hollis D. Hedberg
Award Recipient, 2002-2003
Marlan W. Downey, the recipient of this year's Hedberg Award in Energy, was honored on Wednesday, April 23, 2003, for his numerous and significant contributions to the energy industry worldwide, and for his longtime commitment to education and academic research. Downey is the immediate past president of the American Association of Petroleum Geologists and was also Chief Scientist of the Sarkeys Energy Center and the Bartell Professor of Geoscience at the University of Oklahoma. Prior to his appointment at O.U., Downey was employed by Shell Oil Company for 30 years with his last position as President of Shell's subsidiary, Pecten International. After a short stint as an Independent, Downey became president of ARCO International from which he retired in 1996. He continues to make contributions to the energy industry as a consultant and through numerous professional activities. He also remains active in his support of education and research. For all these reasons, the Institute for the Study of Earth and Man is pleased to honor Marlan Downey with this award.
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