WSJ hires Hiller as an energy reporter

Jennifer Hiller The Wall Street Journal has hired Jennifer Hiller as an energy reporter covering green power. Hiller has been with Reuters for the past three years in Houston covering Exxon Mobil and Chevron in their transition to major U.S. shale producers. She previously was at the San Antonio Express-News, where she was deputy business editor and


Jennifer Hiller

The Wall Street Journal has hired Jennifer Hiller as an energy reporter covering green power.

Hiller has been with Reuters for the past three years in Houston covering Exxon Mobil and Chevron in their transition to major U.S. shale producers.

She previously was at the San Antonio Express-News, where she was deputy business editor and an award-winning reporter. She was with the San Antonio paper more than a decade, and has covered the Texas oil boom, bust and resurgence since 2012. Her stories have brought alive the bitter fracturing of family relationships that sudden oil wealth introduced, as well as the hard times that hit Texas following OPEC’s response to a global oil glut.

She earlier worked in Honolulu, Corpus Christi, Texas, and Little Rock, Arkansas.

Hiller twice has been a finalist for Gerald Loeb Awards for Distinguished Business and Financial Journalism, reporting with great insight and flair from RV camps and drilling rigs that sprouted during the boom, and from the towns and businesses suddenly abandoned during the bust.





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