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Heather Rhoderick Named President of Valve Manufacturers Association

The Valve Manufacturers Association of America (VMA) recently announced a new president. Heather Rhoderick was appointed last month, replacing William “Bill” Sandler who retired earlier this year after 40 years with the organization. Rhoderick is Well Poised to Usher in the New Era

GenX Bernard Looney to become BP CEO in 2020

On Friday, BP reported that CEO Bob Dudley is stepping down next year. Dudley who has spent 40 years with BP, has been chief executive for nearly 10 years, taking over after the Deepwater Horizon drilling accident. Dudley will be replaced by BP insider Bernard Looney...

Kathleen Eisbrenner to receive honorary GRIT Award

“I like taking hardships and turning them into opportunities,” Kathleen Eisbrenner stated boldly when she accepted the Junior Achievement (JA) Hall of Achievement Laureate in 2016. That pronouncement resonated with Katie Mehnert, Founder & CEO Pink Petro, who had adopted a similar personal maxim: Why waste a...

S&P 500 proves it’s full of bold bull shift

It's 2019 and we've reached a new milestone on Wall Street. Last week the S&P reported it is now gender diverse across all 500 company boards. Navient is the S&P 500 company with the highest percentage of female board members with 58.2% being...

Schlumberger President Resigns

Breaking News from Schlumberger On Friday July 19, 2019, Schlumberger announced that chief executive officer and chairman of the board, Paal Kibsgaard, has resigned effective August 1st. Kibsgaard was with Schlumberger for the past 22 years.

The London Stock Exchange snubs big oil and gas producers

Early this week, the London Stock Exchange decided to call out oil and gas companies. The move by FTSE is a sign of the mounting pressure from investors on fossil fuel companies to decarbonize their businesses.

A return to work is now easier

It was 2014 when I took my paper napkin scribble idea to Halliburton and Shell. They were "in". Despite the crash of oil prices from $110 to $60, these two progressive companies knew that women and minorities would play a huge role in the future workforce...

British women talk energy transition and diversity

"Bigger, better and even more of a buzz”. That was the verdict on Powerful Women’s second annual conference on 16th May, held in London in association with BEIS.   Gender diversity for the energy transition https://www.pinkpetro.com/now-is-the-time-to-act/ Over...

Energy 2.0: Oxy’s culture eats assets for lunch

Meet the newest Pink Petro corporate member, Occidental (Oxy), an international oil and gas exploration and production company - and the largest operator in the Permian Basin. In 2020, Oxy celebrates 100 years of operation. Oxy opened its...

French Energy Companies Pledge to Help Restore the Notre Dame Cathedral

Total and Sodexo both contribute to the reconstruction efforts. Notre Dame Cathedral, the 850-year-old iconic landmark in Paris that was damaged by fire on Monday, April 15th is getting help and support from businesses in France and abroad. Total S.A.,...