Shale Directories Celebrates 11th Anniversary 2010 - 2022
Founded in 2009, Shale Directories is recognized as the #1 online directory serving the Marcellus, Utica, Permian and Eagle Ford Shale Plays.
“We appreciate the support that we have received from our members over the years. We could not have made it this long without it,” stated Joe Barone, president, Shale Directories, LLC.
Shale Directories was created with the goal of connecting local businesses with the upstream, midstream and downstream companies in the four shale plays. Shale Directories enables members to connect with member listings, the industry blog, podcasts, advertising in its weekly Facts & Rumors Newsletter and by sponsoring and attending Shale Directories conferences in the Appalachian Basin.
Shale Directories has the most comprehensive marketing and advertising services that companies can utilize to do business with oil and gas companies. For instance, member listings enable companies to provide extensive information about their expertise in serving the oil and gas industry as well as downstream companies with content, photos and videos about the services and products.
Members can list information on the Shale Directories blog that has 3,500 page views per day and feeds 31 social media sites.
Advertising in the Facts & Rumors Newsletter reaches 6,400+ oil and gas professionals. “Our newsletter has probably the largest database of oil and gas professionals,” commented Barone.
Networking is the best way for local companies to connect representatives in the oil and gas industry. Shale Directories helps businesses connect by presenting multiple industry conferences every year in the Appalachian Basin. The conferences focus on upstream, midstream and downstream.
To learn more about Shale Directories membership, newsletter advertising and more email Joe Barone, or call 610-764-1232.
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