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Oil in Everyday Life, Responsibility, Community Jun 17, 2019

California’s oil, gas industry: delivering jobs, empowering women, moving toward clean energy

Aera President and CEO Christina Sistrunk shares her views. By Christina Sistrunk, Aera president and CEO Note: The 4th annual Women’s Empowerment Summit, held May 18, 2019 in Bakersfield, honored Christina Sistrunk with its 2019 Distinguished Woman and Petroleum Advocate of the Year award. Here are Sistrunk’s acceptance remarks, edited for length. From the time your […]

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Community Jun 18, 2019

What others are saying: “A cost-effective energy future with gas, oil industry”

By Ruben Guerra, Op-ed in The Bakersfield Californian, May 18, 2019 “The Latin Business Association has a long history of supporting sustainable and sensible environmental policies,” Guerra writes. “We will continue to work with California’s oil and gas industry, legislators and other stakeholders to approach energy policy development mindfully and factually, ensuring a cost-effective energy […]

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Community Jun 18, 2019

Bakersfield City School District recognizes Aera’s Marcus Coleman and wife Michelle

The husband-and-wife team of Marcus and Michelle Coleman were honored April 23 by the Bakersfield City School District for their work in helping elementary school students learn more about the world of science, technology, engineering and math. Marcus is an Aera business analyst. Michelle teaches at Bakersfield’s Ramon Garza Elementary School. Together, the Colemans have […]

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Community Jun 18, 2019

Wasco gets a new ‘Born Learning Trail’

Joined by local kids and families, community leaders and the United Way of Kern County, Aera opened the Born Learning Trail at Cormack Park in Wasco June 4. There were smiles all around celebrating the playful design and bold colors of the new educational trail. Children also received a book to help advance early education. […]

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Community Jun 18, 2019

A new set of wheels for Boys & Girls Club of Greater Ventura

Aera provided a gently used, 10-passenger van to the Greater Boys & Girls Club of Ventura May 15. The new club van will transport youth to club activities during the year. “Aera recognized transportation was definitely a need for us, and we are very grateful for their contribution,” said Club CEO Patti Birmingham.

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