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Updated by James Hahn on Nov 18, 2014
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The 50 Top Oil and Gas People on Twitter

Finding great people to follow on Twitter is hard enough in general. But, when you work in Oil and Gas, it's even harder. I compiled this list to make your life a little easier.


T. Boone Pickens

T. Boone Pickens' official Twitter account, updated by Boone himself and members of his team. For more Pickens Plan news, follow @PickensPlan. Dallas, TX

Ken Cohen

Vice President of Public and Government Affairs at Exxon Mobil Corporation

Allen Gilmer

Chairman & CEO of @Drillinginfo. Transparency. Independent Oilman. Texan. Proud Contributor to Making the World a Better Place. Austin, TX

Ed Crooks

US Industry and Energy Editor at the Financial Times, based in New York. New York

Mark J. Perry

Professor of Economics, AEI Scholar and Blogger. Washington, D.C.

Jonathan Fahey

I write about energy for the AP. If we use it, I cover it: oil, natural gas, coal, nuclear, wind, solar, geothermal, biofuels, etc. New York

John Raymond Hanger

Expert on energy, environment, utilities. Former Sec. of Pa DEP & Com. Pa. PUC. Special Counsel at Eckert Seamans. Grad of Duke and Penn Law. Hershey's home. Hershey Pa

Robin Mills

Energy strategist and economist, particular expertise on Middle East. Author of 'The Myth of the Oil Crisis' & 'Capturing Carbon'; columnist at The National. Dubai

Steve Everley

Energy, politics, sports. Opinions are my own, unless you retweet them. Washington, DC

Nicole Daigle

Public & Gov't Affairs. #Energy. #Oil, #NatGas. Politics. Traveler. Runner. Foodie. Proud La. native. GEAUX Tigers. All thoughts my own. Washington, DC

Matt Gully

Also tweet @EdelmanEnergy. DC, Calgary, energy @EdelmanCalgary, politics, and oil and gas. Shawarma aficionado. Tweets here = my own. Washington, DC

Jennifer Valencia

Passionate Business Developer. Strategic Networker. Never Sell, Always Service. I represent Unleaded Communications - a B2B marketing agency.( Houston, TX

Lanie James

Digital Communications at @Chesapeake, #OkState alum, college football fan, @okcthunder fan, fitness, golf, geekdom and mother. Views expressed here are my own. OKC, Oklahoma

Simone Sebastian

Native Detroiter. Recovering New Yorker. Aspiring Texan. I'm asst editor for @HoustonChron energy site, @FuelFixBlog. From fracking to fueling, we cover it all. Houston, Texas


Tom T.

Tom T.

Four decades in the international oil & gas industry. Proud to be Followed by: @SenTedCruz & @JohnCornyn (Hobby: Larruping liberal trolls) #TexasPatriotGene. Great State of Texas

Nick Grealy

Working to de-risk the aboveground in shale energy, with a global focus. Shale energy is too important to be a political issue: Science not emotion please! London

Jay F. Marks

Business writer for @TheOklahoman, @NewsOK sharing the #energy beat with @awilmoth, @pmonies. Fortunate spouse of @dawnmarks. Oklahoma City, OK

Michael Zehr

Vice President of U.S. Federal Affairs HBW Resources--Houston, Denver, Calgary, Chicago,and Washington, DC. Interested in energy & environmental policy. Washington, DC

Kate Galbraith

Energy & environment reporter for the Texas Tribune. Co-author, The Great Texas Wind Rush-July 2013, University of Texas Press Austin, TX

Keith Mauck

First we discussed the #Haynesville #Shale, then the #Marcellus. Now the #EagleFord. Tomorrow...who knows? See and check our network out!. Washington D.C.

Kathryn DeLia

Ernst & Young Global Oil & Gas Marketer, wife, mother and dog lover who needs a cup of tea to start my day. Views are my own. Follow @EY_OilGas. Houston, TX (TN when I can!)

Linda Rozett

VP at American Petroleum Institute, communications strategist and political gadfly. RT's ≠ endorsements, except when they do. Arlington, Virginia

Ken Yagelski

An expert in energy and technology, Ken can be found on most networks as @yagelski. Stafford, VA

Jennifer A. Dlouhy

Washington, D.C.-based reporter who covers energy, oil, Congress & other issues for @HoustonChron and other @HearstCorp newspapers. Washington, D.C.

Mark Green

Blogger/editor for API's Energy Tomorrow website. OU grad. Partial to the Sooners, Angels and the Army of the Potomac. Opinions, RTs my own. Occoquan, Va.