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Suzanne Noble

Energy/Minerals

 Term Expires: 09/19/2011


Suzanne Noble represents energy and mineral interests on the council.  She is the manager for Production Regions and State Waste Issues for the Western States Petroleum Assn.  Ms. Noble has a bachelor's degree in communications and liberal studies from California State University, Bakersfield and vast experience in public policy, environmental, regulatory and legislative issues related to the oil and gas industry

For the last three years, Ms. Noble has chaired the highly successful California Oil and Gas Work Group, a collaborative partnership consisting of federal, state and regional agencies along with the oil and gas industry. She has expertise in environmental policy, permitting issues, regulatory analysis, legislation, compliance and related issues affecting San Joaquin Valley and coastal oil and gas operations.


Suzanne Noble