Our Mission is protecting the energy industry from emerging physical and cyber threats through a unique public private partnership of operating companies, law enforcement, academia, and security industry partners.

Welcome to the Energy Security Council Website - The Premier Energy Security Networking Organization

We believe the need for effective networking and information sharing among security  professionals gets more critical every year.  We are a one of a kind non-profit organization, since 1982,  that consists of executive, mid-level managers, and professionals who represent global oil, renewables, gas, power generation, transmission, petrochemical and related service companies.  

ESC Highlights its Board of Directors

One way to judge the strength and leadership of an organization is to look at the leaders who volunteer their time to serve on the Board of Directors and guide and direct the organization.  At the Energy Security Council, we are extremely proud of the composition of our seasoned Board of Directors, all of whom are involved in security in the energy sector and who are all proven leaders in their own companies and organizations.  
Upcoming ESC Events

We are happy to announce the return of in-person ESC meetings!!!

All ESC meeting attendees are eligible for CPP & TCOLE credits upon request.

February 03, 2022 - Thursday
2022 ESC Winter Meeting
The Woodlands, Texas - Woodlands Church
Click to Register

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CISA, FBI, and NSA Release Cybersecurity Advisory on Russian Cyber Threats to U.S. Critical Infrastructure

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CISA. FBI, U.K. National Cyber Security Centre, and Australian Cyber Security Centre Release Joint Cybersecurity Advisory on Iranian Government-Sponsored APT Cyber Activity

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The ESC Webinar titled “Border Security and Its Impact on the Energy Industry”  - Matthew J. Hudak, Deputy Chief, US Border Patrol from 11.17.21