Mentoring for Success: Cultivating the Future of Energy

The momentum of the clean energy transition has oil and gas companies actively promoting and adopting diverse and inclusive initiatives to aid the development of the future workforce.

(Source: Baker Hughes Co.)

Establishing diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) practices in the workplace has become a greater focus for the energy industry. In recent years, the energy sector has developed mentoring programs and leadership training courses in an effort to recruit and retain more women and people of color.

The culmination of these efforts has awarded the industry with improved performance, greater innovation, and new perspectives and approaches to day-to-day business challenges. Realizing the value of diverse teams, industry titans Baker Hughes, Schlumberger and ChampionX have leveraged diversity and inclusion programs to cultivate talent and advance inclusivity in the workplace.

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Mary Holcomb

Mary Holcomb is an Associate Editor for HartEnergy.com's Digital News Group. She contributes to the company’s technology-based content such as subsea, seismic, digital oilfield, etc.