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Wendy D’Attilio: Rediscovering the Energy Within

Wendy D'Attilio finds herself in unfamiliar territory Having been in the regulatory side of industry for 35 years, in a variety of sectors from waste management to energy (or, as she puts it, “from trash to gas”), it came as quite a shock to...

Why Diversity Needs Men’s Help and How Diversity Helps Men

Last week at Gastech, the former Principal Deputy Director in the Office of Policy in the U.S. Department of Energy, Carol Battershell opened up with four focal points aimed dead on at altering behaviors for a fairer future. Men unequivocally lead an industry where...

What energy CEOs’ big new move can really mean

A powerful group of 181 chief executives, many of them overseeing household name companies, have made a big announcement: no longer do corporations “exist principally to serve their shareholders.”  Instead, the members of the Business Roundtable, which includes numerous energy companies, announced that they...

Colonial Pipeline expands its most valuable resource: talent

Creating a talented workforce When Colonial Pipeline Vice President and Chief People Officer, Angela Long, joined the company in 2009 after a career in financial services, just 12 percent of the workforce consisted of women. “It was quite an eye-opener,” says...

Innovation is about people and culture, not tech

Last week I had the chance to meet with 300+ professionals, executives, and entrepreneurs at the first SPE Energy Dot conference. The panel discussion was geared at looking at a topic near and dear to me: the workforce of the future. Innovation was...

6 Jobs to Kickstart Your Career in Energy

Careers in Energy Can Take You Places Careers in energy offer opportunity for growth, strong salaries, and can be immensely rewarding, but many people believe that you have to have an energy-related degree or be an engineer to get into this lucrative field. A recent survey shows...

Beyond the tipping point: how new power and utilities players are changing the rules

The digitization of our daily lives means that just about everything requires electricity in some form, resulting in evolving relationships between consumers and providers. In the latest edition of Plugged In, KPMG Global Energy Institute’s Tax team have a Q and A about the new players in...

She persisted

It's done. Vicki Hollub closed the deal yesterday on Anadarko Petroleum, one of the most dramatic business transactions the oil industry has seen in recent years. For months, media organizations have called me to get my personal opinion on this...

How Women are Leading the Way to a Greener Future

Are women greener? Yes, because women are more concerned with climate change. Roughly three-quarters of Americans say they’re concerned about climate at least “some” or “a great deal,” according to Pew research. What’s interesting about this statistic, however, is that women account for the...

6 In-Demand Skills in the Energy Sector Today

Women Choose Energy Women getting into the energy sector today will not be disappointed. A survey from Florida’s Women in Energy Leadership Forum reveals that 100% agree they’d choose the same field if they were given the opportunity to select again. For comparison, just...

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