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Responsibility, Operations, People of Aera, Community Jan 21, 2020

Aera is way ahead of California’s new ‘woman quota’ law

Driven by our value of embracing inclusion, we’ve been closing the gender gap for years Aera is miles ahead of a new law aimed at closing the gender gap in California board rooms. Under a law that took effect this month, publicly held companies based in California must have appointed at least one woman to […]

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Oil in Everyday Life Jan 21, 2020

Oil and gas industry plays a key role in innovation to meet California’s climate goals

Producers like Aera are not only investing today in lowering emissions but looking ahead to make production carbon neutral By Rock Zierman, CEO of the California Independent Petroleum Association CIPA is a non-profit, non-partisan trade association whose members represent approximately 70% of California’s total oil production. No industry is better positioned to develop the technologies […]

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Oil in Everyday Life Jan 21, 2020

California is an ‘energy island’ – and that puts us at risk

Our inability to secure enough crude oil from other states forces us to rely on foreign suppliers. Is that the best position for our families, businesses and the nation’s largest economy? The U.S. has become the world’s largest oil and gas producer, thanks to advancements in technology and industry ingenuity. But most of America’s domestically […]

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Oil in Everyday Life, People of Aera, Community Jan 21, 2020

Aera scholarship helps Santa Maria student study petroleum engineering at UCLA

‘I want to make a change in my community,’ says Albino Guatemala A student from Santa Maria is moving closer to a petroleum engineering degree, thanks in part to an Aera-sponsored scholarship through the American GI Forum Education Foundation. Albino Guatemala, a junior at UCLA, received $1,500 from Aera to help him continue his university […]

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Oil in Everyday Life, People of Aera, Community Jan 21, 2020

Aera’s Sistrunk advocates for oil and gas before Kern County’s Board of Supervisors

More than 1,000, including key state officials, turn out for the meeting Kern County’s oil and gas industry has a history of partnership and supporting regulations, but the Newsom Administration has chosen to treat it disproportionately, Aera President and CEO Christina Sistrunk told the Kern County Board of Supervisors Jan. 14 in Bakersfield. “They are […]

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Responsibility, Oil in Everyday Life, Community Jan 21, 2020

Why we’re taking our pro-oil case to Sacramento

Saying the loss of oil and gas production would be catastrophic for Kern County, Scrivner is leading the charge to defend the local industry against onerous measures by Gov. Gavin Newsom’s administration On Dec. 10, 2019, Kern County Supervisor Zack Scrivner and his four fellow supervisors voted unanimously to hold a public forum seeking input […]

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