Women in Energy: Cindy Yeilding, BP America

Cindy Yeilding’s first dance with a sleeping elephant came during a summer internship with Standard Oil of Ohio (Sohio) in 1982. It taught her how to identify oil and gas on well logs collected from the mature fields of the Permian’s Delaware Basin.

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Women In Energy: Jaime Butler, Baker Hughes

Today’s featured 25 Influential Women in Energy honoree is Jaime Butler, who serves as Baker Hughes’ vice president of the Permian Basin.

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Women in Energy Stories

Energy, like many other sectors, has a significant under-representation of women, particularly at senior level. This points to a significant under-utilization of talent. This women story-telling section of the ICER Chronicle shines a light on some inspiring stories by high achieving, but not necessarily high profile, women in energy.

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We Need More Women in the Energy Sector

Diversity leads to innovation, and that’s what it will take to fight climate change

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Fátima Gómez, Petroleum Engineer, Universidad Autónoma Gabriel René Moreno

I am a Petroleum Engineer from the Universidad Autónoma Gabriel René Moreno in Bolivia. I became an SPE member seven years ago, and after four years in different roles within the Bolivian Section, I became the section chair. During this time, my experience as an SPE volunteer has been gratifying and enriching. I have committed to my aspiration to belong to one of the largest non-profit organizations in the E&P industry.

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Women in Energy – Gas, Mining, and Oil: Quick Take

GLOBAL There Are Fewer Women in Oil and Gas Than Almost Any Other Major Industry

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Janeen Judah, 2017 SPE President, Chevron

SPE has been an incredibly important part of my career and life as a petroleum engineer and industry leader. 2017 is my 40th year as an SPE member—since I joined as a freshman at Texas A&M University. My instructor for the first semester freshman engineering 101 course was none other than John Lee, PhD. He handed all of us an SPE membership application because all petroleum engineers should be members of SPE. And I agree!

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