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Halliburton hiring in West Texas

An oil and gas drilling rig operating in the Permian Basin near Farmington, New Mexico. (Image courtesy of Encana Corp)

According to FuelFix, Halliburton is set to hire 200 workers in the Permian Basin in West Texas and New Mexico. The Current-Argus reported that Halliburton spokeswoman Emily Mir said in late December there will be job opportunities throughout the Permian, including in Artesia. As the oil industry begins to see a small upswing, local businesses are crossing their fingers that ...

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Top Eagle Ford news stories: April 22-29

Top Eagle Ford news stories: April 22-29

Review this week’s top Eagle Ford news stories all in one place. Ukraine marked the 30-year anniversary of the Chernobyl nuclear disaster and ExxonMobil lost its coveted AAA credit rating. Find more stories below. 5. New Mexico sues Texas oil company for lease payments SANTA FE, N.M. (AP) — The New Mexico State Land Office is suing a Texas oil ...

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2015 year in review: The boom went bust

2015 year in review 2015: The boom went bust

When the New Year arrived, it was clear Odessa would not see another year of an oilfield boom. Instead, locals in the industry wondered just how bad it would get and for how long? As the year ends, those same questions remain. The Organization of Petroleum Exporting Countries agreed on Thanksgiving Day 2014 not to cut production in the face ...

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First responder training program planned for region

In the next month, Dr. Dinesh Vyas of Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center of the Permian Basin plans to start a trainer-trainee program so people can help reduce mortality rates in remote work areas or accident scenes. Vyas, who is an associate professor, associate dean surgery research, associate program director at Texas Tech Health Sciences, said he will start ...

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Ministry connects workers, jobs

Times were good when First Baptist’s oilfield ministry began last October. It was the Permian Basin International Oil Show, and a group of Christians joined to distribute some 7,000 Bibles tailored specifically to oil men from nearby the event. An oil price slide during the following months would hammer the industry, and First Baptist “boom pastor” Jesse Gore — to ...

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