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Oil & Energy Industry

Audience Description

Participants who work within the Oil & Energy Industry work within companies that are involved in the exploration and development of oil or gas reserves, oil and gas drilling, and refining. Integrated power utility firms, such as renewable energy and coal, are also part of the energy industry.

Oil and energy companies play an influential role in the global economy as the world’s primary fuel source. Participants in the oil and energy industries are highly skilled workers that are in demand the more we consume energy.

Interesting Participant Qualities

We surveyed our audience of oil & energy industry participants to understand what they do for their job and which of those aspects they enjoy most.

19% of participants in the oil & energy industry very rarely work with their hands in their current position.

Oil & Energy Panelist Quotes

“Some of my favourite is ‘location.’ Another aspect of working oil and gas jobs that many find appealing is physical nature of the work.”

“Marketing of the finished products like AGO, PMS, And ATK.Receiving of cargo, taking of deeps”

“I am working on modeling wind energy data.”

“Contribute in both surface and subsurface well planning and technical operation drilling monitoring and follow up.”

Common Oil & Energy Roles

This audience is made up of participants who hold job titles and roles in the oil & energy industry. Each of these professionals can be targeted individually, or roles can be combined to create larger audiences.

  • Offshore Technicians – An Offshore Technician conducts numerous maintenance tasks for all equipment in the given field, such as repairs, calibrations, and enhancements.
  • Foremen & Line Supervisors – Foremen and Line Supervisors coordinate and lead teams, allocate task responsibilities, and ensure that the necessary equipment is accessible and on-site to finish small projects or jobs (s).
  • Drivers – Drivers drive company vehicles to transport materials, tools, and equipment to and from job sites in support of construction and maintenance projects, as well as convey operating materials and supplies from one warehouse to another.
  • Oilfield Service Operator – Installation, commissioning, and troubleshooting of rig automation controls, AC and DC drives, and other equipments are the responsibility of oilfield service operators.
  • Mechanic – Mechanics are in charge of maintaining and repairing pipeline pump stations and terminal equipment such as natural gas and diesel engines, motors, centrifugal and positive displacement pumps, compressors, meters, gravitometers, transmitters, and other items.
  • Roustabout – Roustabout performs a variety of tasks in support of the oil rig, including offloading personnel and goods from cargo vessels (e.g. food, drill pipe, casings, tubing, and cutting boxes).