IRVINE, Calif., Nov. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Over the last decade, Ronald Stein of PTS Advance, has become the private business spokesperson for the Energy and Infrastructure industries. Producing more than 40 published Op Ed articles, Stein has provided an education for the citizens as to how energy infrastructures truly drive our economy in California.
In addition, Stein has been instrumental in convincing the American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) that oil was an infrastructure, which belonged in the 2016 Orange County Infrastructure Report Card. This inclusion was the first time in two decades that the ASCE has acknowledged oil as an infrastructure.
Stein was officially recognized at the recent Western State Petroleum Association (WSPA) Annual Conference, where he was presented the "President's Award for his Tireless Efforts Protecting and Promoting a Vibrant Oil and Gas Industry in the West." The recognition was presented by Jay Churchill, the Chairman of WSPA and Cathy Reheis-Boyd, the President of WSPA.
"The standing ovation of recognition at the Annual Conference Dinner from 200 of the elite of the West Coast Energy market representatives from the five western states (California, Oregon, Washington, Arizona, and Nevada) was an emotionally gratifying experience," said Stein.
Stein has made huge strides in the industry and he continues to serve the industry with his extensive knowledge and passion for educating the general public. Today, Stein is serving as the ASCE Committee Chairman for the Energy Infrastructure of the entire state of California which will be reporting in early 2019 on oil, electricity, and natural gas that comprise the energy infrastructure of the entire state of California. The ASCE will roll-up this contribution to produce a National Infrastructure Report Card that will address the energy infrastructure of all states.
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SOURCE PTS Advance