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Building the Energy Workforce of the Future. University of Houston Bauer College -- GEMI. Arthur L. Smith, CFA John S. Herold, Inc. Chairman & CEO November 3, 2005. G reater H ouston E nergy E ducation C ollaborative. G.H.E.E.C. Let’s Place Today in Perspective.

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university of houston bauer college gemi
Building the Energy

Workforce of the Future

University of HoustonBauer College -- GEMI

Arthur L. Smith, CFA

John S. Herold, Inc.

Chairman & CEO

November 3, 2005

let s place today in perspective
Let’s Place Today in Perspective
  • Very Difficult 1998-99
  • Strong Wellhead Prices for Oil & Natural Gas
  • Phobia of another Price Meltdown (2001)
  • Malaise in Energy Convergence
  • Profound Cynicism among Energy Investors
  • Continuing Consolidation
  • But many new Start-Ups
  • Great Opportunities!
the outlook is bright
The Outlook is Bright
  • DOL is extrapolating yesterday’s job market in its current assessment that “employment in the oil & gas extraction industry is expected to decline 28% through the year 2012” . . . “while overall employment will increase by 16%.”
  • The petroleum sector “real world today ‘is very strong – and likely to get even stronger
jsh coverage january 1970

Alminex Ltd.

Equity Oil & Gas

Pauley Petroleum

Amarex, Inc.

Exchange Oil & Gas

Pennzoil United

Amerada Hess

Falcon Seaboard

Petrofina Canada

Apco Oil

Felmont Oil

Pubco

Asamera, Inc.

Forest Oil

Ranger Oil

Austral Oil

General American Oil

Reading & Bates

Aztec Oil & Gas

General Crude Oil

Reserve Oil & Gas

Banff Oil, Ltd.

Great Basins Petroleum

Sabine Royalty

Belco Petroleum

Great Plains Development

Scurry-Rainbow

BP Oil & Gas

Gulf Oil Canada

Shenandoah Oil

British Col. Oil & Gas

Hamilton Bros. Petroleum

Signal Companies

Butte Oil & Gas

Helmerich & Payne

Sinclair Venezuelan

Canadian Exports Oil/Gas

Home Oil

Skelly

Canadian Gridoil

Hudson's Bay Oil & Gas

Southern Natural Gas

Canadian Homestead

Husky Oil, Ltd.

Southland Royalty

Canadian Ind. Gas & Oil

Imperial Oil

Southwest Gas Prod. Co.

Canadian Superior

Inexco Oil

Superior Oil

Central-Del Rio

Kathol Petroleum

Texas American Oil

Cleary Petroleum

Kewanee

Texas Int’l Petroleum

Clinton Oil

Kirby Petroleum

Texas Oil & Gas

Consolidated Oil & Gas

Louisiana Land & Exp.

Texas Pacific Oil Co.

Consolidated Production

LVO Corp.

Tipperary Land & Exp.

Mesa Petroleum

TransOcean Oil

Continental Oil Co.

Creole

Midwest Oil

United Canso Oil & Gas

Crestomont Oil & Gas

Mission Corp.

Webb Resources

Crystal Oil & Land

Noble Affiliates

Westates Petroleum

Dome Petroleum

Ocean Drilling & Exp.

Westcoast Production Co.

Pacific Petroleum

Western Decalta

Eason Oil

Empire State Oil Co.

Pan Ocean Oil Company

Wilshire Oil of Texas

JSH CoverageJanuary 1970

86 INDEPENDENT E&P COMPANIES

jsh coverage january 1980

Equity Oil & Gas

Pauley Petroleum

Amarex, Inc.

Pennzoil United

Amerada Hess

Petrofina Canada

Felmont Oil

Asamera, Inc.

Forest Oil

Ranger Oil

General American Oil

Reading & Bates

Great Basins Petroleum

Sabine Corp.

Belco Petroleum

Scurry-Rainbow

Gulf Oil Canada

Hamilton Bros. Petroleum

Butte Oil & Gas

Helmerich & Payne

Home Oil

Hudson's Bay Oil & Gas

Southern Natural Resources

Canadian Homestead

Husky Oil, Ltd.

Southland Royalty

Imperial Oil

Inexco Oil

Texas American Oil

Texas International Petroleum

Kirby Petroleum

Texas Oil & Gas

Conoco, Inc.

Consolidated Oil & Gas

Louisiana Land & Exp.

Tipperary Land & Exploration

Mesa Petroleum

TransOcean Oil

United Canso Oil & Gas

Webb Resources

Crystal Oil & Land

Noble Affiliates

Dome Petroleum

Ocean Drilling & Exp.

Westcoast Production Co.

Energy Reserve Group

Wilshire Oil of Texas

JSH Coverage--January 1980

INDEPENDENT E&P COMPANIES

45 Survivors

jsh coverage 1990 2004
JSH Coverage 1990 & 2004

INDEPENDENT E&P COMPANIES

Nov 2005 – 4 Survivors

Jan 1990 - 14 Survivors

Mesa Inc.

Amerada Hess

Amerada Hess

Equity Oil & Gas

Noble Affiliates

Equity Oil & Gas

Forest Oil

Pennzoil

Forest Oil

Home Oil

Ranger Oil

Helmerich & Payne

Reading & Bates

Imperial Oil

Imperial Oil

SONAT

Louisiana Land

Wilshire Oil of Texas

Noble Energy

oxymorons jsh favorites
OXYMORONSJSH Favorites

Great Depression

Jumbo Shrimp

Peacekeeper Missiles

OBSCENE PROFITS!

Friendly Fire

Working Vacation

Legally Drunk

Airline Food

Casual Sex

Microsoft Works

Marital Bliss

Tight Slacks

Synthetic Natural Gas

Military Intelligence

26 members growing
Associations

Society of Petroleum Engineers (SPE)

Houston Geological Society (HGS)

Independent Petroleum Association of America (IPAA)

American Petroleum Institute (API)

Women in Energy Network

Houston-Galveston Area Council

UH-GEMI Energy Students Association

Texas Oil & Gas Association

State of Texas Industry Cluster/Energy

Engineering Council of Houston

Schools

Texas A&M

San Jacinto College

Rice University

UH- Cullen College of Engineering

UH- Global Energy Management Institute

Environmental Institute of Houston (UH-Clear Lake)

Houston Community College System (HCCS)

HISD

San Jacinto College

Texas Southern University

HUNSTEM

GreaterHouston EnergyEducation Collaborative

26 Members & Growing

G.H.E.E.C.

  • Organizations
  • INROADS
  • Offshore Energy Center
  • Junior Achievement
  • Education Foundation of Harris County (EFHC)
  • Watson Wyatt
g h e e c mission
G.H.E.E.C. Mission
  • ToRAISE AWARENESS and HEIGHTEN INVOLVEMENTof all students into energy-specific education
  • ToLEVERAGE ACTIVITIESof its key constituencies to have greater impact on achieving the fundamental mission
  • To become theLEADING ENERGY EDUCATION COMMUNITYthat leverages off Houston’s energy know-how and is a role model for initiatives in other communities
petroleum engineering

GreaterHouston EnergyEducation Collaborative

Petroleum Engineering

G.H.E.E.C.

Starting Salaries are Rising Sharply

2005 Graduates

Engineering

Business

Geosciences

leverage strategy

GreaterHouston EnergyEducation Collaborative

Leverage Strategy

G.H.E.E.C.

  • Consensus for a flexible, solution-driven collaborative that provides opportunities for:
    • NETWORKINGand sharing
    • LEVERAGEoff each other
    • Providing critical mass for organizations toINCREASE IMPACTand influence results (e.g. leveraged marketing)
3 task force groups

GreaterHouston EnergyEducation Collaborative

3 Task Force Groups

G.H.E.E.C.

  • Content – Capability Framework
  • Marketing – Promotion of Workforce Challenges and Solution-Oriented programs
  • Policy – Impact Educational Public Policy
showcase of the programs

GreaterHouston EnergyEducation Collaborative

Showcase Of the Programs

G.H.E.E.C.

  • Jeanne Perdue (Society of Petroleum Engineers)
  • Brenda Wiser (American Petroleum Institute)
  • Kristina Hardwick (Offshore Energy Center)
  • Jennifer Anderson (Junior Achievement)