At the Petroleum Club of Fort Worth, we open doors to opportunity for community leaders and up-and-comers from the energy and related industries.
For information regarding the Petroleum Club or to set up an appointment to tour the Club, please contact:
Private Events & Membership Director
WHAT WE OFFER
- A range of business and social events designed to open doors for energy industry professionals
- A breathtaking view of Fort Worth from the club’s 40th floor location atop 777 Main
- Exceptional staff dedicated to making members feel truly special
- Facilities and services for professional meetings, private parties and wedding receptions
- Elegantly modern style that reflects the club’s commitment to both tradition and innovation
- Excellent dining options, including brunch on the first Sunday of every month
- A full bar and extensive wine offerings
- Live music, dancing and special events like golf tournaments
- The Petroleum Club has affiliations with over 100 private clubs throughout the world for your comfort and convenience. Whether you are traveling for business or pleasure, these clubs are a wonderful resource and benefit to you. Many clubs offer overnight accommodations. For the most current and complete list of reciprocal clubs please click here .
- Dallas- Worth Community (formerly Dallas Fort Worth Society) provides access to a collection of private clubs and premium benefits within the Dallas –Fort Worth area. Dallas Fort Worth Community is a membership upgrade, available to existing Members of the club. From private clubs for golf, dining and private events to VIP seating and experience for concerts, sporting events and theater, Dallas-Fort Worth community offers something for everyone. Please click here for additional information.
Resident members must live in Tarrant, Parker, Wise, Ellis, Denton, Dallas or Johnson County
Non-resident members must live outside of the resident member counties listed.
Junior members must be under the age of thirty-nine. The category of the membership will be determined by the age of the oldest member of the household.
A company pays the one-time initiation fee and is then allowed to have as many memberships as they wish, provided each employee pays monthly dues. Company members are never assessed transfer fees or initiation fees for new members.