We are now accepting 2020 Individual & Corporate Memberships.
New decade, new membership options! The Rocky Mountain Measurement Society is pleased to announce new membership options for 2020! Individuals may join for a yearly cost of $50, and corporations may now purchase a $400* membership package that includes unlimited memberships, website advertisement, email banner links, and social media recognition. (*Please note: corporate pricing increases to $500 after February 17, 2020.)
Membership benefits include: discounted quarterly luncheons, trade show registration, and – new in 2020 – inclusion in an annual Standards Roundtable event, and access to members-only networking events across the metro area!
1st Quarter Luncheon –
When: Thursday, February 20, 2020 – 11:45 AM – 1:15 PM
Topic: Gas is Great! Natural Gas Pipelines’ Role in the Clean Energy Future
This presentation will provide a brief overview of North American Natural Gas Macroeconomics, the benefits of natural gas infrastructure, and cover the perception versus realities of renewables.
Speaker: Will Brown, Vice President, Business Management, Kinder Morgan – Natural Gas Pipelines West Region
Where: Crown Plaza (1450 Glenarm Place, Denver, CO 80202)
Cost: RMMS Members ($25); Non-Members ($40); Walk-ups on day of event (add $10)
Sponsored by: Kahuna USA
RSVP: By February 14, 2020
Scholarship Fund Update:
The purpose of the scholarship is to identify, support and encourage continued education for talented local measurement industry members and family.
The RMMS Board intends to award this scholarship annually to qualified entrants connected to the society. Requirements, guidelines, and details are listed in the attached application.
Eligibility & Requirements: Eligibility & Requirements
Congratulations to the 2019 RMMS Scholarship recipients:
Annabelle Young, Skylar Schreiner, Fallon Beck, Emma Cohen, Kendall Pollat, Brooke Jenson, Madeline Cohen, Syndey Fugate, Baylee Becka, Dustin Martinez, Lauren Richmond
The purpose of the Society shall be the advancement of hydrocarbon measurement for the mutual benefit of the members, industry and the Society.
The mission of the Society will be to educate our membership on standards, regulation and common practices while communicating new ideas, technologies and emerging trends.
The vision of the Society is to grow and educate our membership and provide scholarship opportunities to future professionals.
The Society shall be both non-profit and non-political in character, but may cooperate in civic enterprises.