Highlights from EWTC’s 2024 Annual Washington, DC Fly-In Energy Workforce & Technology Council convened its annual Washington, DC Fly-In from February 5-7, drawing a record
The pushback against the administration’s LNG pause continues on the Hill this week. Last week EWTC led 41 members to the Hill and conducted multiple meetings to deliver the message as to the implications of the pause and heard bipartisan concerns about the policy. The Energy Workforce group heard from Administration officials that the review could last up to six months.
Energy Workforce & Technology Council joined together with IPAA, the US Oil and Gas Association, Western Energy Alliance, the National Stripper Well Association, the Texas Alliance of Energy Producers, Gulf Energy Alliance, the International Association of Drilling Contractors, and the National Ocean Industries Association to urge members of the U.S. House of Representatives to vote yes on H.R. 7176, Unlocking Our Domestic LNG Potential Act.
Jobs in the U.S. oilfield remained relatively flat, with a loss of 3,741 in the U.S. oilfield services sector during January 2024, according to preliminary
Members set to meet with over 40 members of Congress and Administration Officials Over 40 members of the Energy Workforce & Technology Council are headed
Energy Workforce & Technology Council (EWTC) joined the Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA), US Oil and Gas Association (USOGA), National Ocean Industries Association (NOIA),
Analysis by Energy Workforce President Tim Tarpley In a somewhat surprising move, the Biden Administration announced on Friday that it would “pause” new approvals for
Today, Energy Workforce and Technology Council released the following statement warning of the critical impacts that will be felt on both a national and international scale
Analysis by Energy Workforce President Tim Tarpley Despite a series of missile strikes over the past two weeks led by the United States and Britain