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Membership to YPE is free and open to anyone with a direct professional focus in the energy industry. Our membership roster spans the spectrum of professions within the energy industry.
YPE members are invited to participate in a variety of networking and education events addressing all areas of significant interest and importance in the energy industry, broadly defined. 

In addition, YPE hosts several more intimate events aimed at addressing specific areas of interest to its members.  All members are encouraged to recommend topics for future YPE events.
As a member, you will be invited to:
  • Become part of one of the world’s premier energy industry networks
  • Meet and network with energy industry peers not only in your city, but also in the ten others worldwide should you be in town
  • Participate in YPE’s practical education programs focused on energy industry skills and training
  • Foster long-term professional relationships
  • Participate in YPE sponsored recreational activities such as the Summer Slam Volleyball League and Golf Tournament
  • Learn about issues that will impact the future of the energy industry
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YPE Houston Ladies Luncheon - July 2008

YPE China Launch - June 2008   
Not In Order: Scott Hou (YPE China Director, Stone Energy), Jessica Hu (Total China), Tony Zhou (Total China), Cathy Zhao (Halliburton China), Jiang Junyan (Petrofac China), May Wu (ENI China), Jerry Liu (TARA China), Dave Chao (ConocoPhillips China), Yao Junhui (ConocoPhillips China), Xiao Lang (ConocoPhillips China), Xie Lei (ROC Oil China), Rezal Ibrahim, (ODS-Petrodata China), Seamus Ng (UPSTREAM - The International Oil & Gas Newspaper - China), Qin Zhong (Anadarko China), He Bin (Anadarko China), Guo Jian (Royal Norwegian Embassy, Oil and Gas Advisor China), Nana Ding (Trainor China), Cindy Wang (ExxonMobil China)

YPE DC Tours ConocoPhillips Trainer Refinery - April 2008

The Trainer refinery just outside Philadelphia has a crude oil processing capacity of 185 MBD and processes mainly light, low-sulfur crude oil. Trainer receives crude oil from West Africa, Canada and the North Sea and produces a high percentage of transportation fuels, such as gasoline, diesel fuel and jet fuel.