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Erin D. McDonough

President and Chief Executive Officer

Michigan Oil and Gas Association

HQ Phone:  (517) 487-1092

Email: e***@***.org

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Michigan Oil and Gas Association

124 W. Allegan St. Suite 1610

Lansing, Michigan,48933

United States

Company Description

Michigan Oil and Gas Association provides a forum for industry spokesmen and for various state, local and federal officials. In addition to providing the aforementioned services to its membership MOGA also offers a group insurance plan through its wholly owned...more

Background Information

Employment History

Executive Director

Michigan United Conservation Clubs


Affiliations

Domestic Energy Producers Alliance Inc

Board Member


The Great Lakes Stewardship Initiative

Member


Great Lakes Fishery Trust

Trustee


Michigan Society of Association Executives

Member


Education

Michigan State University's Natural Resource Leadership Academy


bachelor's degree

environmental science

Central Michigan University


master's degree

resource development

University of Michigan


Web References(178 Total References)


DEPA Executive Committee & Board - DEPA

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Erin McDonough
Michigan Oil & Gas Association


News at Michigan United Conservation Clubs

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LANSING-After serving as executive director of Michigan United Conservation Clubs (MUCC) for five years, Erin McDonough has accepted a position as the President and CEO of the Michigan Oil and Gas Association (MOGA).
McDonough led MUCC's return as a conservation powerhouse in Michigan by focusing on its core mission and transitioning to a lean, technologically-advanced and efficient staff. During her tenure, MUCC has achieved multiple policy and program successes and she leaves it moving forward on a productive path. "We have a small group of highly-qualified candidates ready to step in and continue down the course that Erin has helped us set," said Jack VanRhee, acting president of Michigan United Conservation Clubs. McDonough started at MUCC in 2005 and led its policy and education programs before becoming executive director in 2009. She led the development of strategic, mission-driven plans within MUCC and its return to sustainable financial stability. In the past few years, it has successfully advocated for repeal of the minimum hunting age, reform of hunting and fishing licenses to generate additional funds for conservation while ensuring transparency in how they're spent, establishing hunting and fishing as rights in Michigan statute, increasing penalties for poachers, and leading the effort to collect over 374,000 signatures for the Scientific Fish and Wildlife Conservation Act to protect hunting rights and ensure that science is used to determine game species. "I'm proud of the successes we've had recently and the organization is in a strong position moving forward," said McDonough. "I wish the best for the new executive director and look forward to seeing MUCC accomplish great things in the future. I'm excited for a new opportunity to help another great organization continue and expand on its traditions of member-driven, mission-focused excellence." McDonough is a Board Member of the Michigan Natural Resources Trust Fund, a Trustee of the Great Lakes Fishery Trust, member of the Michigan Oil and Gas Advisory Council and a member of the Michigan Society of Association Executives. She holds a Master's of Science in Resource, Policy and Behavior from the University of Michigan and a Bachelor's of Science in Hydrogeology from Central Michigan University. She is also a graduate of Michigan State University's Natural Resource Leadership Academy and was a participant in the flagship year of MSU's Natural Resource and Environment Governance Fellowship.


www.northernexpress.com

"We are not a state that has ever experienced a large boom and bust just due to the more consistent manner in which our production occurs here," wrote Erin McDonough, president of the Michigan Oil and Gas Association, in an email response to a list of questions.
McDonough noted it's been a while since gas has been so cheap and that's good for consumers and people who heat their homes with natural gas. "This is especially important to Michiganders because over 80 percent of Michigan's homes are reliant on natural gas for heating and cooling," she wrote. McDonough said it only makes sense that exploration would slow amid low prices. "Much of the expense of drilling a new well comes early on in the process and can vary considerably depending on the type and where you are drilling the well," she wrote.


www.mlive.com

"Michigan is 19th and 18th respectively in oil and gas production nationwide out of the 32 oil producing states, so we are not a state that has ever experienced a large 'boom and bust' just due to the more consistent manner in which our production occurs here," said Erin McDonough, president of the Michigan Oil and Gas Association.
"The last time we had such a dramatic fall in prices was when Michigan Sweet Crude Oil fell from $139 per barrel on July 3, 2008 to $27.50 per barrel on Dec. 19, 2008, a period of just over five months," McDonough said. On the bright side, McDonough said Michigan residents will save money at the gasoline pump and on their winter heating bills this year. The average household expenditures for homes heating primarily with natural gas will total $578 this winter, a $64 decline from last winter's average, she said.


www.prweb.com

As a participant in the keynote panel, Erin McDonough, Executive Director of the Michigan Oil and Gas Association reinforced her industry's commitment to veteran hiring and discussed the critical role that the energy sector plays in the state's economy stating, "Energy is vital to our state's economy.


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