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Construction Work in Oil, Natural Gas Surpass Renewable Jobs, Says Building Trades Union

Construction Work in Oil, Natural Gas Surpass Renewable Jobs, Says Building Trades Union

Construction workers in the energy sector view oil and natural gas jobs as more plentiful and longer lasting, as well as providing better pay, health and pension benefits, than similar jobs in the renewables segment, according to two surveys commissioned by North America’s Building Trades Unions (NABTU). Through the surveys, one quantitative and one qualitative,…

July 17, 2020
U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

The domestic natural gas and oil industry has slowed its roll in the past few months as commodity prices remain volatile, but overall, employment grew stronger in 2019, climbing to 895,629 employed, or up 8,554 year/year, according to an annual overview by one of the largest oil and gas trade groups in the nation.

February 4, 2020
U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

The domestic natural gas and oil industry has slowed its roll in the past few months as commodity prices remain volatile, but overall, employment grew stronger in 2019, climbing to 895,629 employed, or up 8,554 year/year, according to an annual overview by one of the largest oil and gas trade groups in the nation.

February 4, 2020
U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

U.S. Onshore Gas, Oil Production to ‘Calm…Not Cease,’ Says TIPRO

The domestic natural gas and oil industry has slowed its roll in the past few months as commodity prices remain volatile, but overall, employment grew stronger in 2019, climbing to 895,629 employed, or up 8,554 year/year, according to an annual overview by one of the largest oil and gas trade groups in the nation.

February 4, 2020
Canada’s Oil, Gas Job Losses Expected to Worsen in 2019

Canada’s Oil, Gas Job Losses Expected to Worsen in 2019

Canadian oil and gas job losses since the 2014 global price fall from US$100/bbl-plus will worsen to a five-year total 53,200 as of 2019, according to Petroleum Labor Market Information (PetroLMI).

April 10, 2019

Colorado Energy Industry in ’17 Supported 89,000 Jobs, $1B in Revenue, Says Industry Report

The upstream and midstream sectors of Colorado’s oil and gas industry supported 89,000 jobs, accounted for $13.5 billion of the gross domestic product and created $1 billion of public revenue in 2017, according to researchers at the University of Colorado Denver Business School.

March 25, 2019

Texas Upstream Jobs Rebound in December

Oil and natural gas employment in Texas reversed from a November slump to gain 3,200 jobs in the upstream sector for the final month of the year, according to the Texas Workforce Commission.

January 23, 2019

Texas Marks 23rd Consecutive Month of Upstream Job Growth

Oil and natural gas companies added 2,400 upstream jobs to their Texas payrolls in October, marking the 23rd consecutive month of job growth, according to data from the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC).

December 13, 2018
Texas Upstream Jobs Climb for 21st Consecutive Month

Texas Upstream Jobs Climb for 21st Consecutive Month

Texas oil and natural gas companies added 3,100 upstream jobs in August, marking the 21st consecutive month of job growth, the Texas Workforce Commission reported.

October 4, 2018

Crescent Point Slashing Workforce, Focusing on Canada Bakken to Improve Balance Sheet

Crescent Point Energy Corp. is reducing its workforce by 17%, or by more than 200 employees, potentially to save the Calgary-based company more than C$50 million annually as it works to “become a more focused and efficient company with a stronger balance sheet,” management said.

September 6, 2018
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