Diversity In Energy
Cultivating diverse talent in the energy industry will be key to innovation and success going forward. Initiatives are already underway by leading companies that can show others the path forward.
In this Diversity In Energy report, Hart Energy editors and industry experts provide an in-depth look at the opportunities for diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) in the oil and gas industry. Our exclusive coverage includes interviews with ESG heads, HR reps and C-suite execs on fueling DEI in the oil and gas workforce. From the classroom to the boardroom, we examine the current efforts being made by companies and industry associations as well as the next steps needed to ensure a productive and thriving industry.
The API and its members are focusing on people of all backgrounds, including communities of color, women and veterans, to strengthen their commitment to a diverse workforce.
Energy consultant and former longtime Schlumberger executive Paula Harris talks about making history and pushing for diversity, equity and inclusion.
As the oil and gas industry moves toward a low-carbon future, experts take a closer look at the industry’s progress and next steps for a more diverse and inclusive workforce.
The path to inclusive leadership involves four key ingredients, says Lee Jourdan, a consultant who retired as Chevron’s chief diversity and inclusion officer in 2021.
Here’s why continuing to improve diversity and inclusion throughout the energy services and technology sector is an opportunity to accelerate growth and innovation.
When diversity and inclusion become the norm rather than the exception, it will bode well for oil and gas, writes Merichem CEO Kendra Lee.
A one-size-fits-all approach may not be effective when it comes to diversity, equity and inclusion initiatives across the world.
For decades, junior and community colleges have played a role in educating the future energy workforce pipeline. Their reach has extended to students from diverse backgrounds, connecting them to internships, scholarships and shadowing programs.
For more than 15 years, IPAA’s Energy Education Center has facilitated programs such as camps, field trips, competitions, career conferences, teacher training and an extern program.
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.
As efforts to encourage more students to embrace STEM go virtual, businesses and organizations aim to extend their reach to keep talent pipelines for the energy sector filled.