The Energy Workforce & Technology Council is the unified voice for the energy technology and services organizations, advocating and supporting continued achievements in job creation, technological innovation and economic stability.
As a resource for its members, Energy Workforce represents the interests of more than 450 member companies, providing advocacy on this sector’s proven advances in innovation, jobs, energy independence, safety and education. Energy Workforce also delivers a wide range of services including educational training, critical industry information and opportunities to interact with industry leaders and key stakeholders.

We provide corporate membership opportunities in two categories: Industry and Allied. Membership dues are paid annually.


Industry Member status is available to North American-based wellsite service and supply companies and manufacturers, with at least 50% of its sales in the drilling, production, refining, and/or pipeline segments of the petroleum industry. Annual dues are based on dollar volume sales to those segments. A candidate company must also have the endorsement of two Energy Workforce Directors.


Allied Member status is available to North American-based companies or individuals who supply services, informational products, materials or equipment to industry members of the Association or purchase products or services from industry members of the Association. A candidate company must also have the endorsement of two Energy Workforce Directors.

Energy Workforce Benefits

Energy Workforce exists to promote the energy technology and services sector of the energy industry and provide our membership with opportunities to network, elevate issues critical to their businesses and effectively train their workforce. This is embodied by our vision to train, elevate and network.


Unparallelled Networking & Recognition

Make connections and build relationships with peer companies, vendors and customers in the energy technology and services sector through events and seminars. Energy Workforce Members are recognized leaders in the sector. Energy Workforce events and seminars highlight trends and give access to thought leaders on business and technical topics.



Business Intelligence & Insights to Drive Success

Enabling the energy technology and services sector to meet immediate and long-term corporate and sector goals Energy Workforce’s Credit Interchange Division (CID) gives customer credit and payment history, while exclusive analyst presentations and expert seminars provide insights and strategies. Through CID, members are reducing financial risk and minimizing DSO through oilfield-exclusive credit and payments data.



Training & Developing Future Leaders

Through multiple workforce development programs, Energy Workforce offers ways to recognize and grow your company’s talent, connecting them with mentors and providing networking opportunities. The Emerging Executives Committee focuses on growing the leadership skills of participants.



Elevating Key Public Policy & Industry Issues

Energy Workforce serves as a technical resource and advocate to policymakers, providing the unique perspective of the oilfield. Sector leaders work together for common purpose through Washington Fly-Ins, issue working groups and other activities.

International Chapters

Energy Workforce has international chapters in Latin America and the Middle East The chapters were created to align the regions energy industry’s service, supply and manufacturing organizations with local regulatory requirements and business landscape. The chapters promote international best practices and world class industry standards with local governmental organizations to advance member priorities on key industry issues while working and understanding local regional regulatory framework and energy policy.

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