E&P | Velda Addison
According to the EIA, gains are anticipated in the Eagle Ford Region contributing to an overall increase in oil and gas jobs in Texas.
Oil and gas companies in the Lone Star State added 3,400 upstream jobs added in April, according to data recently released by the Texas Workforce Commission (TWC). The increase represents the 17th consecutive month of growth for oil and gas jobs in Texas, which is home to the Permian Basin—the top oil-producing region in the U.S., the Texas Oil & Gas Association said.
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