Energy Infrastructure
Energy EquipmentEnergy Infrastructure
Building and Serving an Energy Secure America


About EEIA


What is EEIA?
EEIA represents the shale energy supply chain - more than one million workers, employed in over 120,000 companies in 60 industries, annually contributing more than $170 billion to the U.S. economy, working in every state of the union. They provide construction, well services, capital equipment, supplies, logistics, professional services and information technology in support of shale energy operations.

EEIA's President and CEO is Toby Mack. Toby joined EEIA as President and CEO in 2013. Prior to EEIA, since 1990 he served as President and CEO of Associated Equipment Distributors, the international trade association representing companies supplying heavy equipment and related products and services to the construction, energy, mining and forestry industries in North America.

(read more)    Download EEIA brochure


EEIA Mission and Scope
EEIA is a 501(c)(6) trade association headquartered in Washington, DC. Its members include supply chain companies, their trade associations, and their workers' labor unions. Its mission is to organize, mobilize and lead the supply chain's voices in support of shale energy development and policies at all levels of government that encourage full and careful development of shale resources while protecting the environment and minimizing community impacts.

(read more)


Our Companies and People
EEIA represents the vast community of thousands of locally-based contractor, equipment, materials and service businesses that support shale gas and oil operations. They grow their businesses, provide highly skilled new workers locally for good-paying jobs, and pay taxes in their communities - because of the greatly increased new work from the shale energy boom. These people and firms, and the organizations they belong to, are our members. Here are some of the wide range of products and services they provide to support shale oil and gas exploration, production, transportation and processing.

(read more)


Did You Know?
View All Facts
Sign Up For EEIA News
ENTER YOUR EMAIL
 
We'll send you periodic updates and alerts.


About EEIA

What is EEIA?

EEIA Mission and Scope

Our Companies and People

Key Issues

All Forms of Energy

State-based Regulation

Liquefied Natural Gas (LNG) Exports

Tax Policy

Streamline Pipeline Permitting

Access to Offshore Resources

Access to Energy Resources on Federal Lands

Workforce Needs

Media

EEIA Leads Multi-Stakeholder Effort to Press Senate on FERC Confirmations

EEIA Urges Swift Senate Confirmation of FERC Nominees

Energy Industry Hits Back at USBancorp Over Anti-Pipeline Policy

EEIA Urges President to Green Light Dakota Access Pipeline

EEIA Launches Pipeline Support Network

EEIA, Supply Chain Allies Urge Congress to Adopt Common-sense Energy Policies

Obama Oil Tax Proposal to Cost Jobs, Raise Energy Prices

EEIA Applauds the End of Ban on Crude Oil Exports

Reps. Barton and Cuellar: The Most Substantial New Energy Policy in a Generation



©2017 Energy Equipment and Infrastructure Alliance Inc. | 601 Pennsylvania Ave., NW, Suite 900, Washington, DC 20004
Site by SDI WebLink | Terms and Conditions of Use