The IPRB was formed to provide public awareness/education programs and to clean-up/restore
abandoned oilfield sites throughout the state.  Funding for IPRB programs comes from
voluntary contributions of oil and natural gas producers and royalty owners in Illinois.
PO. Box 941
824 E IL Hwy 15
Mt. Vernon, IL 62864
P (618)242-2861
F (618)242-3418
Seth Whitehead, Executive Director
Connie Eubanks,Office Manager
Double Tree by Hilton
222 Potomac Blvd.
Mt. Vernon, IL 62864
June 24-27, 2019
Monday through Thursday noon:

  • Earn 7 ½ Professional Development
    Hours plus earn 2 graduate credits from
    Illinois State University*

  • or earn 37 ½ Professional Development

*Must register at before April 30,
2019 to be eligible for ISU class enrollment
for earning the
2 grad credits
2018 Summer Program
Learn from Dr. David Malone of ISU &
Petroleum Professionals working in the
Illinois Basin.
IPRB expertise and industry provided
funding is utilized in the clean-up and
restoration of abandoned tank battery
& brine affected sites in Illinois.  
IPRB's goal is to restore abandoned
sites previously used for oil and gas
production back to commercial or
agricultural use at no cost to current
land owners.
and Reviews from Attending Teachers
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