WHAT WE DO
Work to provide a safe, reliable and affordable energy supply to support our economy, our communities and the quality of life of every Californian
WHAT WE CARE ABOUT
Our community – we coach youth sports, mentor and tutor students, volunteer in service organizations and donate our time and money
Drillers Welders Geologists Engineers Pipeline technicians Electricians Truck drivers Environmental advisors Laborers (partial list)
WHO WE ARE
Grandparents, single parents, first generation bilingual citizens, second chance workers, Veterans
DID YOU KNOW?
The average annual pay is $121,000 – nearly double the private sector average in the state. Nearly 50% of the oil and gas production industry workforce is ethnically diverse. More than 1/3 of all workers have high school degrees or fewer Jobs across the educational spectrum – from a GED to Ph.D. A family with a single wage earner is able to afford a median-priced home in California. Full-time positions with benefits for working families and opportunities for upward mobility
1. A total of 55,000 jobs are supported directly and indirectly by the oil and gas industry. 2. Source: U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey, 2012-2016 combined sample. Accessed through IPUMS-USA, University of Minnesota, www.ipums.org. 12/27/18
Over 200,000 Californians standing together to support safe, affordable and reliable local oil and gas production.