Rigzone | Valerie Jones
According to CSI Recruiting, salaries and jobs across the E&P sector are increasing in 2018.
U.S. drilling activity has been in an upswing and with that comes the need for more workers. Some areas, such as Midland, can’t find people fast enough to keep up with demand. But for many upstream oil and gas professionals, this is a good problem to have – there’s finally hiring in the oil patch. “It’s been fascinating to see how the industry has changed … the industry is doing a decent job of replacing talent with new graduates – maybe not at the pace it needs to – but it’s happening,” Jeff Bush, president of CSI Recruiting, told Rigzone.
- EIA: US total shale regions oil production for July seen up 141,000 bpd June 18, 2018
- Texas oil port to raise $300 million for work to handle U.S. shale export boom June 15, 2018
- How America’s shale plays are turning the U.S. into a global exporting power June 6, 2018
- Oil rig count ticks up slightly in Texas, nation June 1, 2018
- Demand signals pull oil prices higher May 31, 2018
Sanchez Energy News
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- Sanchez Energy: A Big Bet On Making American Oil Great Again January 25, 2017
- Sanchez Energy Announces Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2016 Operating Results; Additional 110,000 Acres Leased in the Western Eagle Ford January 23, 2017
- Sanchez Energy Announces 2017 Analyst Day January 17, 2017
- Sanchez Energy Announces Conference Call to Discuss Recently Announced $2.3 Billion Eagle Ford Transaction January 12, 2017