The 2021 Hydraulic Fracturing Techbook is the 21st in a series of techbooks in which Hart Energy provides comprehensive coverage of effective and emerging technologies in the oil and gas industry. Each techbook includes a market overview, a sample of key technology providers, case studies of field applications and exclusive analysis of industry trends relative to specific technologies. To learn more about E&P technology trends, visit HartEnergy.com/EP.
Innovation is the lifeblood of the oil and gas industry. However, innovation requires invention. Invention requires ideation. Ideation requires inspiration.
The talented women featured in the program this year have risen to the top ranks of their energy companies, providing leadership and inspiration to all. This is the fourth year that we have identified these role models, based on dozens of nominations we received from the industry. In fact, we named 27 honorees this year instead of our usual 25—a true sign of the breadth of exceptional talent in this industry.
The 2020 Hydraulic Fracturing Techbook is the 20th in a series of techbooks in which Hart Energy will provide comprehensive coverage of effective and emerging technologies in the oil and gas industry.
Out of hundreds of nominations across E&P, service, A&D, midstream and finance, we have hand-picked 40 influential individuals who are furthering the goals of their organizations and the industry through their initiative, intelligence and persistence.
Blame COVID-19, OPEC, Russia and the like, but the capital exodus began well before the global lockdowns tanked oil prices. The landscape for energy money is looking a lot like the financial desert that was the late 1980s.
The long-running Who’s Who in E&P A&D continues to feature the women and men at the center of the deal universe and an insider’s preview of what E&Ps are buying and selling.
While minerals have been the darling of the oil patch over the past couple of years, even this low-cost investment sector is feeling the rush of escaping capital from the industry.
Access to capital undoubtedly will be constrained in the months ahead. However, oil and gas companies have repeatedly proven themselves capable of adapting to challenging circumstances and of coming up with new strategies that are designed to “survive to the other side.”
For the third year, we are again proud to spotlight 25 talented women who have risen to the top ranks of their energy companies, providing leadership and inspiration to all.