Luttrell appointed to Energy Council

Ponca City Now - May 10, 2019 9:16 am

Rep. Ken Luttrell, a Republican, serves District 37 in the Oklahoma House of Representatives, which includes parts of Kay and Osage Counties.

OKLAHOMA CITY – State Rep. Ken Luttrell, R-Ponca City, today commented on his appointment as a member-at-large for the Energy Council by House Speaker Charles McCall.

The Energy Council is a nonprofit organization that promotes a balanced national energy strategy and related environmental policies. The Council also endeavors to promote an understanding of energy and its role in the global economy and environment and to assist legislators in their policymaking efforts and their respective states.

“I appreciate the speaker’s confidence in asking me to serve as a member of this important council,” Luttrell said. “Energy is significant to the people of my House district and to our entire state in terms of the number of jobs this sector provides and its effect on our overall economy. I’m anxious to learn from the other members of the council and to contribute Oklahoma’s voice to the conversation.”

Luttrell currently serves on the House Energy and Natural Resources Committee. His House District 37, which covers Kay and Osage Counties, is the home of the Phillips 66 refinery, power generation facilities, wind farms and numerous other energy-related businesses.

 

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