Brady Receives “Energy Champion” Award from the Energy Workforce & Technology Council | texasinsider

“He was a House leader in ending the oil export ban and his work in Congress led to the growth of the energy services industry and helped boost domestic energy production. “

Texas Insider Report WASHINGTON, DC – The Energy Workforce & Technology Council presented Congressman Brady (TX-08) with the Champion of Energy award during a luncheon in Washington, D.C., for his tireless and uncompromising commitment to the oilfield service industry and the home energy sector.

“It is an honor to nominate Congressman Brady with our Energy Champion Award,” said Leslie Beyer, CEO, Energy Workforce and Technology Council. “Congressman Brady has long been a pillar of free markets, low taxation, energy independence, and working Americans. He was a House leader in ending the oil export ban and his work in Congress led to the growth of the energy services industry and helped boost national energy production. He will certainly be missed when he retires at the end of this Congress.

“It is a huge honor to receive this award from my friends at the Energy Workforce & Technology Council,”

said Congressman Brady. “EWTC has been a vital partner in the fight for American energy dominance, which has kept prices low for ordinary Americans, provided countless economic benefits, and ultimately strengthened our nation’s security on the world stage. I look forward to our continued partnership as we advocate for a cleaner, more sustainable, and more affordable energy future that puts Americans first.

The Energy Workforce & Technology Council has a heritage of leadership and advocacy on behalf of energy technology and service companies in the energy supply chain. The Council represents more than 600 energy technology and service companies to help deliver a secure, profitable and sustainable low-carbon future.

Michael A. Bynum