Energy Tomorrow Blog
Posted August 10, 2018
As a Millennial with unruly hair who hikes and fishes through national parks, few could have expected me to work for the natural gas and oil industry. But three months ago, I started at the American Petroleum Institute (API) as an intern. It would be generous to say I had any knowledge of the industry when I arrived, but during my time at API I have been able to see and experience a new perspective of natural gas and oil. ...
My impression is that natural gas and oil not only has plenty of lucrative opportunities for Millennials and Gen Z’s but needs us to lead the industry into the future.
Posted July 3, 2018
Happy Birthday, America!
Our nation is built on values that have enabled the natural gas and oil industry to accomplish amazing things, something for which we at the Colorado Petroleum Council are incredibly grateful.
Posted June 13, 2018
Posted May 17, 2018
We hope you’ve seen “Brainpower,” API’s new ad highlighting the smart technologies and data analysis that natural gas and oil use to safely and efficiently bring Americans the energy that empowers their modern lives while also meeting seemingly impossible challenges.
“Brainpower” also is about natural gas and oil deploying technologies and innovating to get cleaner and help the United States reduce its emissions, leading to cleaner air. The women and men of natural gas and oil are focused on this. They want other Americans to know that they care – about lowering emissions and the environment – because they’re members of the community, too. You’ll see it in behind-the-scenes interviews conducted during the “Brainpower” ad shoot.
Posted May 4, 2018
The message in “Brainpower,” API’s newest ad, is straightforward: The natural gas and oil industry leverages smart technologies, data analysis and more to safely and efficiently develop the energy Americans use to meet the challenges of today and tomorrow.
An industry that already was pretty brainy has upped its IQ.
Posted April 26, 2018
During recent visits to three universities, my goal was to have conversations with students who might be part of the next generation of the energy workforce – talking with them about energy, global markets, the potential for rewarding careers and the advanced technologies we use to safely and responsibly develop the energy our country needs to grow its economy and increase its security.
I visited with 110 graduate and undergraduate students at the University of Pennsylvania, Tulane (photo below) and Rice universities – many of whom hope to work in the energy industry, and others who recognize the ways energy affects careers in manufacturing, finance, trading and other fields.
Posted March 19, 2018
By now you may have seen our new ad, “Air Up Here,” highlighting the role natural gas has played in helping to lower U.S. carbon dioxide emissions to their lowest levels in nearly 25 years.
While the ad focuses on how the industry is helping reduce greenhouse gases in our air, you may not realize that every cut in the ad features consumer goods the industry makes possible or makes better. Take a look at the ad and see if you can identify all of the products – many of which you likely own – made from materials produced from natural gas and oil. Go ahead, we’ll wait.
Posted February 26, 2018
Posted February 23, 2018
In the natural gas and oil industry, measuring opportunity starts with 10.3 million – the number of jobs our industry supports. Because a job is economic livelihood for individual Americans and their households. They’re the avenue to something better.
Listen to Carmen Segovia talk about opportunity. She’s an advanced IT business analyst with Marathon Oil who recognizes that her professional success stems from hard work, family and opportunity within our industry to grow and prosper.
Posted February 15, 2018