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U.S. Korean Energy Dialogue’s Executive Women in Energy Session

On Monday, Energy Workforce & Technology Council President Molly Determan participated in the Women in Energy Roundtable discussion as part of the 2024 US-Republic of Korea Energy Security Dialogues discussions led by Assistant Secretary Geoffrey Pyatt of the Bureau of Energy Resources at the U.S. Department of State and former U.S. Ambassador to the Republic of Korea Kathleen Stephens. In addition to Determan, roundtable participants included Leyla Levitsky, ExxonMobil; Amber McCollagh,

Rystad Energy; and Najla Jamoussi, Cheniere Energy, Inc. and faculty and students from the Baker Institute’s Center for Energy Studies.

The roundtable offered an opportunity to delve into various aspects of the energy industry, including market trends, challenges, and future prospects. Participants shared insights on navigating the complexities of global energy markets and discussed strategies for fostering innovation and sustainability.

Set within the broader context of the Energy Security Dialogues, the roundtable emphasized the importance of collaboration between governments and industry stakeholders in addressing shared energy security concerns. By integrating insights from both sectors, the dialogues aimed to facilitate informed decision-making and policy formulation.

The Women in Energy Roundtable highlighted the significance of diversity in driving progress within the energy sector. By amplifying women’s perspectives in energy, the roundtable underscored the importance of leveraging diverse perspectives to achieve collective goals.

For additional information or to become part of the International Programs Committee, interested individuals can reach out to Deidre Kohlrus, Energy Workforce Senior Director of Government Affairs.

Deidre Almstead Kohlrus, Senior Director Government Affairs, 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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