2017 GCAGS/GCSSEPM ANNUAL CONVENTION
November 1–3, 2017
Marriott Rivercenter Hotel
101 Bowie St., San Antonio, Texas
Hosted by the South Texas Geological Society
Women in Geosciences Breakfast
Women in Geosciences Breakfast (Sponsored by Auburn Energy)
Speaker: Kimberly Corley, Executive Director, Texas Railroad Commission
Talk Title: Women in Energy
Date: Friday, November 3, 2017
Location: Salon M
Bio: Kimberly Corley serves as Executive Director of the Railroad Commission of Texas, working closely with the Commission’s three statewide elected officials to implement policies and rules. She manages the daily operations of the Railroad Commission and a leads a management team to oversee all aspects of the organization. Ms. Corley applies her technical expertise, executive experience and industry knowledge to help ensure the Railroad Commission remains the global leader in energy regulation and protecting public safety and our natural resources.
Ms. Corley brings to the Commission more than 30 years of technical, policy and strategic expertise in oil and gas and pipeline operations. Prior to joining the Commission, Ms. Corley served in various executive leadership roles within Shell Oil including VP Environmental Implementation, Business Development Manager for Gas Monetization and General Manager of Construction Risk Mitigation and Workforce Development for Shell Upstream Americas. She has also held executive and leadership positions with oil and gas and pipeline companies including Kinder Morgan Energy Partners, El Paso Corp. and Tenneco Energy.
Ms. Corley earned a Bachelor’s of Business Administration from Sam Houston State University and Masters of Liberal Studies with concentration in Environmental Science and Policy from Rice University. She has also served on several professional boards, including Chair of the North American Carbon Capture and Storage Association, Trustee of National Center for Construction Education & Research, Executive Committee of the Texas Oil and Gas Association and The Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania Initiative for Global Environmental Leadership.