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Energy Workforce Hosts Annual Committee Leadership Roundtable 

Energy Workforce recently hosted its annual Committee Chairs Roundtable in Houston to share overviews of the committee’s current and upcoming activities and priorities. The roundtable also serves as a platform for committee chairs to connect and find potential opportunities for collaboration across committees.

Present at the meeting were 14 committee chairs and Energy Workforce leadership including: Chair Scott Livingston, NOV; Vice Chair Sam Sledge, ProPetro; Ron Gusek, Liberty Energy; Lloyd Hadjik, Oil States International; Kelly Munson, DNOW; James Prince, Baker Hughes; David de Roode, Lockton; and Dave Warnick, Chasm Bridge. Each committee or regional chapter was represented by committee leadership who outlined their group’s priorities thus far and what the membership can expect in the months to come. Key upcoming events include the Operations Level Leadership Program in Houston on June 25 and September 24; the annual Supply Chain Conference in Houston on September 12; and Oil & Gas 101 in Houston in early October.

Energy Workforce operates 16 different committees and 5 regional chapters which manage a range of programs designed to educate, empower and elevate sector professionals and collective member companies. The committees include:


  • Well Stimulation Services
  • Well Servicing


  • HSE
  • People & Culture
  • Supply Chain


  • Government Affairs
  • International Trade
  • Environmental Policy
  • Energy Technology
  • ESG
  • Legal


  • Emerging Executives
  • International Programs

Membership & Chapters

  • Membership
  • Middle East Chapter
  • Latin America Chapter
  • Permian Chapter
  • Louisiana Chapter
  • Oklahoma Chapter

Active engagement with Energy Workforce committees is an opportunity for professionals at all levels and their companies to show leadership, network with other industry leaders, and gain recognition for helping improve the industry. Any employee of Energy Workforce member companies are eligible and encouraged to join relevant committees based on their interests and subject matter expertise. The year-long workforce development programs are another way of engaging with Energy Workforce with opportunities to showcase and grow leadership skills.

If you are interested in learning more about the committee and how to join, please reach out to Energy Workforce staff at [email protected]

Maria Suarez-Simmons, Senior Director Energy Policy, writes about industry-specific policies for the Energy Workforce & Technology Council. Click here to subscribe to the Energy Workforce newsletter, which highlights sector-specific issues, best practices, activities and more.


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