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Leduc: Causes and Effects

Petroleum Clubs

North End Petroleum Wells 1 And 2.Petroleum Clubs provide an ideal environment for those working in the oil and gas industry who wish to mix and meet with their colleagues. The purpose of these various clubs is diverse. There are those that promote education and professional development of individuals employed in or affiliated with petroleum and energy industries. Other clubs, such as The Association of Desk and Derrick Clubs (ADDC), created the ADDC Foundation (a non-profit organization) in 1987 to assist the Association, its members, and others in the petroleum, energy, and allied industries in developing educational projects and programs related to those industries.

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