Petroleum Alliance Board of Directors member Ethan House has been named the organization’s 2022 Member of the Year.
The award is given annually, recognizing an individual’s contributions to the Alliance and to the state’s oil and natural gas industry as a whole.
“Ethan is a true supporter of the Alliance, its members and our industry,” Petroleum Alliance President Brook. A. Simmons said. “His allegiance to our organization has been unwavering for more than a decade, and you would be hard pressed to find someone more dedicated to Oklahoma’s oil and natural gas industry.”
House currently serves as managing director for the Mid-Continent, Texas Panhandle, northern Louisiana, and Western U.S. regions for EnergyNet. He has served on the Alliance Board of Directors since 2019, is a Wildcatters Club contributor and is an active member of the Alliance’s Membership & Organization Committee and its subcommittees on Oilfield Services and Fundraising Auction.
House also serves on Advisory Committee of the ADAM-OKC (Acquisition, Divestment & Mergers) chapter and is a member of the following organizations: AAPL, PAPL, OCAPL, CIPA, Panhandle Producers and Royalty Owners Association (Past Board Member), Texas Alliance of Energy Producers (Past Board Member), IPANM, Wildcatters Club, Mid-Continent Oilmen’s Invitational (Current Board Member), Oklahoma Energy Explorers, National Auctioneers Association and the Texas Auctioneers Association. He also volunteers as a guide with the Oklahoma Youth Hunting and Shooting Program and is a board member of the Oklahoma Wildlife Conservation Foundation.
House graduated from West Texas A&M with a Bachelor of Science in mass communications/marketing and advertising.