Commonly referred to as the “Oil Capital of the World,” Tulsa has a rich history in the business of Oil. Today, Tulsa continues to have a large presence, and an even greater influence, on the Oil and Gas Industry. In 2010, Tulsa officially designated the central part of its downtown as the "Oil Capital Historic District" for the purposes of a proposed registration in the National Register of Historic Places. The district is bounded by Third Street on the north, Cincinnati Avenue on the east, Seventh Street on the south and Cheyenne Avenue on the west.
The Tulsa Association of Petroleum Landmen (“TAPL”) exists to provide member services, educational information and events, and social activities, to encourage community involvement and to promote ethical standards among its members. TAPL has several different membership types and is one of many local associations throughout the country. More information on other local associations can be found on the website for the national organization, American Association of Professional Landmen (AAPL). More information on the types of TAPL Memberships can be found by clicking here.
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