American Energy Outfitters strives to create great business relations within the energy industry to build an energy forward community and be as inclusive as possible. Highlighted below are our official partners that we work hand-in-hand with to help share the pro-energy messaging and create new opportunities for partnership within the industry!
The Austin-Montana Project (TAMP) is a team of sales and marketing experts who provide economical solutions to meet its clients’ growth goals. The team’s breadth of experience, coupled with an extensive network, is the foundation for TAMP’s personalized strategies designed to meet its clients’ sales and/or marketing objectives.
TAMP clients consist of companies seeking assistance in developing and executing a well-defined and cohesive plan with clear, measurable benchmarks for success. In some cases, an outsourced sales and marketing team is the most feasible and cost-effective approach. Utilizing TAMP, clients benefit from years of experience and expertise to complement their in-house sales and marketing efforts.
SHALE Oil & Gas Business Magazine is “The Premier Magazine Covering the Shale Revolution”.
SHALE is a publication which showcases the dynamic impact of the energy industry. The mission of SHALE is to promote economic growth and business opportunities and to further the general understanding of how the energy industry contributes to the economic well-being of Texas and the United States as a whole. SHALE’s distribution includes industry leaders and businesses, service workers, entrepreneurs and the public at large.
San Antonio Pipeline Association (SAPA) is a non-profit that provides an opportunity for "peer-to-peer" networking for individuals involved in the pipeline and midstream industries. Monthly meetings are held locally in San Antonio and include a time of networking, a buffet meal, and a speaker. Topics range from technical issues important to the industry, governmental affairs affecting the industry, or academia efforts to prepare and influence the next generation toward a career in the oil and gas industry.
Secondly, SAPA hosts fund-raising events throughout the year to raise money for scholarships. Funds for the scholarships are raised through golf tournaments, clay shoots, and fishing tournaments held throughout the fiscal year.
The Women’s Energy Network (WEN) is an international organization of professionals who work across the energy value chain. Our mission is to provide networking opportunities and foster the career and leadership development of women who work in the energy industries.
WEN’s vision is to be the premier global organization that educates, attracts, retains, and develops professionals working across the energy value chain. WEN offers educational, networking and leadership opportunities to more than 6,000 professionals nationwide through networking events, conferences, community initiatives, social outings, and mentoring programs.
Texas Energy Advocates Coalition (TEAC) promotes a diverse and inclusive energy sector. Understanding the need for energy, TEAC hopes to bridge the gap between the energy sector and the community. By sharing information and being transparent on topics relating to the energy industry, we feel we can help the community better understand energy’s role in everyday lives.