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Energy Workforce Chapters Kick Off Plans for 2022

Energy Workforce & Technology Council has 20 regional and international Chapters who promote the Council as a resource in that specific area, build strategic relationships with regional stakeholders as appropriate and hold regional membership meetings with executive-level speakers from leading exploration and production companies.

The Chapters were created to align the region’s energy industry’s services, supply and manufacturing organizations with local regulatory requirements and business landscape. Several Chapters are kicking off their 2022 slate of events in February and March.

The Permian Basin Chapter will host a luncheon on February 16 at the Bush Convention Center in Midland with guest speaker Shad Frazier, VP of Production and Operations, Endeavor Energy Resources, who will address managing current market conditions through collaboration with the services and equipment sector. Austin Harbour, Piper Sandler, will give a market outlook.

Join the Natchez Chapter for the first Natchez Energy Workforce & Technology Council (formerly AESC) meeting. Peyton Feltus, Randolph Risk Management, will give an analysis of the market and offer his insight on what is in store for 2022 and beyond. Energy Workforce COO Molly Determan and SVP Government Affairs Tim Tarpley will also provide a Council overview and government affairs update.

To kick off 2022, the Council’s Middle East Chapter is hosting a reception and graduation ceremony on February 17 recognizing those who completed Executive Leadership and Inclusion & Diversity Programs. The Chapter has a host of events planned for 2022, including chapter meetings on March 23 and in November, its annual golf tournament on November 4 and continuing Oil and Gas 101 trainings.

The Council’s Latin America Chapter, based in Argentina, hosted a conversation with Rice University Graduate Fellow, Cristopher De Luca and Chapter Chair Juan Garavaglia, Baker Hughes, recently on opportunities in the region for energy transition. The Chapter will meet again during the Argentina Oil & Gas Show for a reception hosted at the U.S. Ambassador’s residence on March 22.

If you would like more information on how to get involved with the Energy Workforce Regional Chapters, please reach out to Director of Operations Roni Ashley and for International Chapters contact Director of Government Affairs Maria Suarez.

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