Energy Workforce & Technology Council

About

The Energy Workforce & Technology Council is transforming energy by giving its members the tools, information and representation they need to boldly enable a low-carbon future—safely, profitably and sustainably. The group aims to connect, educate, support and advocate for energy companies and workers of today and tomorrow. The Council’s foresight and expertise elevate the industry with governments, industry partners and communities around the globe. And the group also aims to foster innovations that will shape the industry and improve our changing world.

The Energy Workforce & Technology Council formed in February 2021 through the combination of the Petroleum Equipment & Services Association (PESA) and the Association of Energy Service Companies (AESC).

Editor's note: Updated Feb. 1, 2021.

Headquarters Address

2500 City West Blvd., Suite 1110
Houston, TX 77042
United States

News

From BlackRock to shale producer CNX Resources, several groups in the industry expressed concerns over the SEC’s mandatory call to…

Texas Gov. Greg Abbott said EPA’s actions could limit Permian Basin production, which could substantially increase pump prices.

Patterson-UTI Energy may hire another 3,000 workers this year after hiring back 3,000 in 2021, and even has recruiters set up at a…

To maximize the industry’s abilities, government leaders must take immediate action to embrace the security and reliability of U.S…

Here’s why continuing to improve diversity and inclusion throughout the energy services and technology sector is an opportunity to…