NES Fircroft Releases Fourth Edition Of Women In Energy Global Study 2022


Data delivers significant insights on retaining female talent in a changing world.​NES Fircr...

Lauren McGuire

By Lauren McGuire

Data delivers significant insights on retaining female talent in a changing world.

​NES Fircroft is pleased to announce the release of its annual Women in Energy Global Study. ​

More than 2,400 energy professionals participated in the online survey which explores women’s roles and status in the industry as it undergoes a period of significant change, the barriers women face, and what they need to succeed. The data provides a critical guide for business leaders, recruiters and diversity and inclusion (D&I) professionals as to what women want, need and can offer in the global energy workplace.

​“The Women in Energy Global Study helps to shine a light on the female energy workforce across five continents and all sectors,” said Vicki Codd, Marketing Director. “It’s our hope that the insights derived from this survey will highlight the opportunities for energy firms to attract and retain talent, and in turn, companies can create concrete action plans to build a gender diverse and inclusive workplace.”

​Key topics explored in the study include:

•The post-COVID workplace

•A workforce for the energy transition

•Attracting and developing talent

​The survey’s results were collated and reviewed by Energy Jobline, the largest and fastest growing global energy job board and energy hub, and POWERful Women, a professional initiative that is working to increase the representation of women at the top of the UK energy sector.