HOUSTON—Oil and Gas Investor and Hart Energy proudly announce the “25 Influential Women in Energy” honorees for 2022. These distinguished executives and their accomplishments will be celebrated at the fifth annual Women in Energy luncheon on April 29, 2022, at the Marriott Marquis in downtown Houston.
Also, the 2021 honorees will be celebrated in person at the luncheon. Due to COVID-19, the 2021 honorees were honored virtually last year.
The 25 Influential Women in Energy program honors professional women who have excelled in every sector of the oil and gas industry, including exploration and production, acquisitions and divestitures, oilfield services, midstream, finance, ESG and the energy transition. This blue-ribbon award program has honored more than 100 of the top executives and leaders in the industry since its inception.
This year’s honorees represent companies such Chevron, Equinor, Continental Resources, Chesapeake Energy, KPMG, Deloitte and Schlumberger, to name a few.
The 2022 honorees are:
- Denna K. Arias, Vice President of Corporate Development, EnergyNet.com LLC
- Amy Chronis, Vice Chair and U.S. Oil, Gas and Chemicals Leader, Houston Managing Partner, Deloitte
- Byrony Coan, Principal, Opportune LLP
- Amanda Eversole, Executive Vice President and COO, American Petroleum Institute
- Robin Fielder, Executive Vice President, Low Carbon Strategy and Chief Sustainability Officer, Talos Energy
- Sophia Friese, Head of ESG, EnCap Investments LP
- Elizabeth Gerbel, CEO, E.A.G. Services Inc.
- Angie Gildea, National Sector Lead, KPMG Energy, Natural Resources & Chemicals, KPMG LLP
- Sasha Gumprecht, Vice President of Business Development and Strategy, SJ Resource Partners
- Morgan Hager, Vice President, Health, Safety, Environment and Regulatory, Chesapeake Energy
- Janelle Harre, SPM Oil & Gas CFO, SPM Oil & Gas, a Caterpillar company
- Jennifer Hoffman, Vice President, EHSR and Communications, Olympus Energy
- Hillary H. Holmes, Partner and Capital Markets Co-Chair, Gibson, Dunn & Crutcher LLP
- Josetta Jones, Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer, Chevron Corp.
- Karen Kearby, Director, Energy Trading, AEGIS Hedging Solutions
- Christina Kitchens, Founder and Managing Partner, 3P Energy Capital
- Shelly Lambertz, Executive Vice President, Chief Culture & Administrative Officer, Continental Resources
- Carri Lockhart, CTO and Executive Vice President – Technology, Digital and Innovation, Equinor
- Emily McClain, Vice President, North America Gas Markets, Rystad Energy
- Sarah Morgan, Partner and Co-Head of the Mergers & Acquisitions and Capital Markets practice group, Vinson & Elkins LLP
- Hilary Penrod, Partner, Professional Practice Director, Grant Thornton LLP
- Revati “Rani” Puranik, Executive Vice President and Global CFO, Worldwide Oilfield Machine
- Dianne Ralston, Chief Legal Officer and Corporate Secretary, Schlumberger Ltd.
- Anna Scott, Co-Founder and Chief Science Officer, Project Canary
- Jennifer Simons, Senior Vice President, Chief Administrative Officer and General Counsel, Parker Wellbore
Prior to the event, several of the honorees will participate in a series of online roundtables that will be available at HartEnergy.com beginning in mid-March. Profiles of this year’s honorees will also be available at HartEnergyConferences.com.
Additional information and registration for the luncheon are available here. Further announcements on the speakers and agenda will be forthcoming.
2022-07-01 - “Continued operation of Freeport’s LNG export facility without corrective measures may pose an integrity risk to public safety, property or the environment,” the U.S. PHMSA said in its preliminary report.
2022-07-01 - The new company, Chord Energy based in Houston, has a premier Williston Basin position with top tier assets across approximately 972,000 net acres and a pledge to return 60% of its free cash flow to shareholders.
2022-07-01 - A private seller retained Energy Advisors Group (EAG) for the sale of certain Williston Basin operated assets located in Bottineau and Renville counties, North Dakota.
2022-07-01 - The biggest decline from OPEC in June was in Libya, where supply dropped as unrest continued to curb the country’s output. The second-largest decline of 80,000 bbl/d came from Nigeria.
2022-07-01 - Russian LNG production from projects such as Sakhalin-2 was likely to suffer as a results, said Saul Kavonic, head of Integrated Energy and Resources Research at Credit Suisse. “This will tighten the LNG market materially this decade,” he added.