About five and a half years ago, Texas native Rebecca Ponton traded in her successful writing career for an equally successful career as a petroleum landman. Now Ponton is coming full circle with an upcoming book: “Breaking the Gas Ceiling: Women in the Oil & Gas Industry.”
We take a look at five large companies that are partnering with energy startups to push innovation into overdrive.
We take a look at the careers of five women who are pioneers in the energy industry and are paving the way for others to follow.
The Arctic – a place of beauty and wonder to some of us, a home to many, and to yet another group a workplace where energy resources and new global shipping lanes are now, due to climate change, becoming more and more accessible. I sat down with Professor Jessica Shadian, author of the book “The Politics of Arctic Sovereignty: Oil, Ice, and Inuit Governance” and The Arctic Journal’s piece: “Who Owns the Arctic” to ask her just that: Who exactly owns the Arctic – and what do all the changes happening now entail for the future of the Arctic?