It’s no secret that one of the biggest issues facing the future of energy is the ability to cultivate the next generation of brainpower and leadership. With STEM education becoming more popular, oil and gas will be competing for the best and brightest of future generations with several other industries.
At the Offshore Technology Conference (OTC) in Houston last week, students from several high schools competed for scholarships in the Energy Challenge. Jessica Morales was on hand for the awards ceremony and talked with several of the students about their projects. She also caught up with industry leaders to discuss the challenge of cultivating the next generation of oil and gas professionals.
In this video interview, we get to know Scott Noble, with a look at why he thinks his past focus helped him find success in the minerals sector.
In part one of this video series, NOV CEO Clay Williams discusses the current industry market and the advent of unconventional shale technologies.
After more than 20 years of buying and selling minerals in the oil and gas business, Noble Royalties CEO Scott Noble shares the keys to gauging risks.