Energy trading cards

03/03/2003
Steven PorubanSenior Staff WriterThis energy reporter has collected his fair share of business cards in 41/2 years of covering the oil and gas industry for Oil & Gas Journal.All told, the innumerable conferences attended and face-to-face interviews conducted have harvested enough 2-in. by 31/2-in. pieces of personalized cardstock to wallpaper a good-sized office wall, or at the very least, a substantial portion of one.Now, I recognize that this modest card collection probably wouldn't hold a candle to those in the possession of some of the various editors and advertising salespeople that populate OGJ's Houston office and elsewhere, particularly those who have worked for the Journa...
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