People - Exclusives
During her keynote address at Hart Energy’s recent Women in Energy luncheon, Amy Trask shared how her experiences in a male-dominated industry allowed her to thrive regardless of gender.
The event, which attracted a packed house to downtown Houston, also honored Colorado School of Mines’ Ramona M. Graves with Hart Energy's first lifetime achievement honor.
Technology and lower-for-longer price environment have wrought rapid changes—some good, some bad—to Canada’s oil patch.
T. Boone Pickens, the legendary oilman who long championed U.S. energy independence, is closing the energy hedge fund he has run since 1996 saying 'it’s time to start making new plans and setting new priorities.'
President and COO Matt Gallagher, a key member of Parsley’s team, will succeed Bryan Sheffield as CEO at the end of 2018.
Kyle Ramachandran joined Solaris Oilfield Infrastructure Inc. in 2014 at its inception and quickly became a key player in the growth of the company.
Halliburton CEO Jeff Miller talks hydraulic fracturing over the years, R&D efforts and refracks.
Oil and Gas Investor’s fifth annual showcase of accomplished energy professionals under the age of 40 has undergone change in 2017. It now highlights 40 individuals—its largest continuous grouping ever.
If U.S. exports are to reach their potential, more infrastructure and better data are needed, said Continental Resource Inc. chairman and CEO Harold Hamm.
Forrest Hise is betting on Gulf Coast conventional oil and gas.
A family-owned E&P with desirable Delaware Basin prospects becomes the pick of a special purpose acquisition company and hopes to blossom into much more.
Julie Tannehill has spent most of her career working in the oil and gas industry, achieving more than 13 years of expertise in various roles in reservoir engineering including completions engineering, operations engineering and as an engineering supervisor.