Drew Davis grew up in Shawnee, OK, and graduated from Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Science in Geology and a minor in Music (piano). He attended Texas A&M University in College Station, TX where he received a Master of Science in Geology. Drew taught earth sciences as an adjunct faculty member at Eastfield College in Mesquite, TX before moving to Oklahoma City to work as a petroleum geologist for Eland Energy, Inc. He is a member of the Oklahoma City University School of Law Class of ’22.
While at Oklahoma State, Drew was a student member of the Oklahoma State University Geological Society and the American Association of Petroleum Geologists (A.A.P.G.), as well as Statesmen, the OSU men’s choral ensemble. He was fortunate to receive several scholarships including the Devon Energy Geosciences Scholarship and the Oklahoma Energy Resources Board Petroleum Scholarship. At Texas A&M University, Drew served as a graduate teaching assistant, and was a recipient of the A.A.P.G. Michel T. Halbouty Memorial Grant and Berg-Hughes Center Summer Fellowship. He received publication for his work on thermogenic H2S source determination in Bakken wells as an intern at Statoil in Austin, TX.
Drew is passionate about the environment and the energy industry, and hopes to help shape policy to better protect natural resources while promoting responsible business practices.