Energy Web Atlas names Harry Brookby as Vice President of Data Sales

Energy Web Atlas names Harry Brookby as Vice President of Data Sales


HOUSTON (November 27, 2018) – Gulf Energy Information, a leading provider of market intelligence and technical information for the international energy industry, names Harry Brookby named Vice President of Data Sales for Energy Web Atlas (EWA).

Harry comes to EWA from DrillingInfo where he was the Director, Global Strategic Sales. Prior to that he led sales for Ponderosa Energy, which was acquired by DrillingInfo in 2016. Previously, Harry held positions with S&P Global Platts and ConocoPhillips.

Harry can be reached at (713) 525-4675 or Harry.Brookby@EnergyWebAtlas.com.

We thank you for your continued support of Energy Web Atlas and Construction Boxscore. Please join me in welcoming Harry to the EWA team and, as always, I can be reached for any additional questions.

 

To learn more, please visit Energy Web Atlas at http://EnergyWebAtlas.com and Construction Boxscore at https://www.constructionboxscore.com/.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

ABOUT GULF ENERGY INFORMATION
For more than 100 years, Gulf Energy Information has been the leading provider of business and technical knowledge for the global oil and gas industry. Since its formation in 1916, the company has evolved from a single publication—The Oil Weekly, which was dedicated to upstream activity in the Gulf Coast area of the United States—to a diversified media and market intelligence company. Gulf produces the oil and gas industry’s leading publications: World Oil, Hydrocarbon Processing, Gas Processing & LNG, Petroleum Economist, Pipeline & Gas Journal. In addition, Gulf also produces datasets (Construction Boxscore and Energy Web Atlas) containing in depth project and facility data.

 

MEDIA CONTACT
Scott Allgood, Director Data Services
Gulf Energy Information
Scott.Allgood@EnergyWebAtlas.com
+1 (713) 520-4464

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