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Registration is open for the Council's 2021 Annual Meeting, September 15-17 in Santa Ana Pueblo, NM. The Council has a great lineup of speakers and panelists, including @PwC's Dr. Alexis Crow, who will deliver a keynote address on geopolitical investing. https://lnkd.in/ez6D2sv
The Council's @suarez77042 details changes in tax treatments for energy companies in @POTUS budget proposal. The plan aims to end what the administration calls "tax preferences" for fossil fuels, which include provisions commonly used by other industries. https://lnkd.in/e5ANB_8
The gender gap in oilfield jobs is closing but not nearly fast enough. A study from @Accenture and @EWorkforceNews found that the sector missed its industry goal to employ 20% of its workforce with women. https://bloom.bg/3grPQpk
At today’s #EnergyWorkforce Policy Roundtable Wyoming @GovernorGordon discussed the state of Energy in Wyoming, its #CarbonCapture initiatives, and how an all of the above energy strategy will guarantee energy security, jobs and economic growth for Wyoming
The Council and research partner @Accenture presented findings of the Council's new research on inclusion and diversity in the energy technology and services sector during a virtual webinar this morning. Learn more:
Please join us in congratulating Council COO Molly Determan for being named one of @hartenergy's 2021 “40 Under Forty.” The honor recognizes rising influencers and leaders in the energy sector. https://lnkd.in/dnxc6VH
Research by the Council and @Accenture shows the energy technology and services sector improved gender diversity since 2018 despite the pandemic that cost the sector more than 100,000 jobs. The research also establishes a racial diversity benchmark.
New Council Study Shows Inclusion and Diversity Progress Despite Pandemic | Energy Workforce
Despite the COVID-19 pandemic and lower oil prices in 2020, the percentage of women in the U.S. energy technology ...
#Women participation in the #energy sector rose almost 20% during 2020, according to a recent study by the @Energy Workforce & Technology Council. Read the full news here. @EWorkforceNews
Women participation in energy industry rises 20% in 2020: study - Energy Capital Media
Participation of women in the energy industry rose almost 20% during 2020; according to a study by the Energy Workforce & Technology Council.
Gender diversity remains a challenge in the shrinking U.S. shale patch, where less than two of every 10 jobs are held by women https://trib.al/tnV232o
Gender diversity remains a challenge in the shrinking U.S. shale patch, where less than two of every 10 jobs are held by women https://www.bloomberg.com/news/articles/2021-06-08/women-in-u-s-shale-fill-less-than-20-of-jobs-trade-group-says via @DavidWethe @bbgequality