September 2015, Vol. 242, No. 9

Features

Building a Career Pipeline: New Generation of Industry Talent Awaits

As Mark Miller, a senior oil and natural gas executive with years of experience, was addressing a Baker Hostetler Shale Symposium in Houston in mid-2015 he could not resist the opportunity to talk about a favorite subject, “the transfer of knowledge to the next generation of workers” in the industry and an industry-backed program in Houston schools. It involves early energy education for high school students. “It allows young people to learn a career as early as the ninth grade,” Miller told a group of mostly young professionals at the shale symposium. “They’re learning about geosciences, engineering, land applications and geophysics. Think back how much

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