[Rushtalk] Anyone want a job in the oil business?

Steven Laib slaib at att.net
Fri Jul 28 07:00:13 MDT 2017



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> Subject: Oil Jobs Are Returning to Texas 
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> Dear Norma,
> I hope you had a safe and fun Fourth of July with your family!
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> So far this summer, our state's economic driver — oil and gas — has been on the rebound, making gains with infrastructure and investments. 
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> Currently, seven LNG projects are in the planning stages or under construction, which could have an economic impact of more than $145 billion and support more than 70,000 jobs in Texas. Petrochemical facilities are also being expanded all along the Gulf Coast, with a $150 million storage facility planned in Corpus Christi that will serve as an entry point to Mexico and overseas export markets. 
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> We will see these developments strengthen our economy and lead to new job growth. Already Texas employers have added 40,000 jobs, nearly a quarter of which are in oil and gas & manufacturing.
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> This year-over-year growth is phenomenal, and I will continue to set good, sound regulations so that this progress can carry on. 
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> Thank you for letting me serve as your Railroad Commissioner. Please don't hesitate to reach out if you need anything. 
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> Ryan Sitton
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> In The News
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> More than 40,000 Texas men and women are headed back to work thanks to our oil and gas and manufacturing industries.
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> Developing & Protecting Our Natural Resources
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> Commissioner Sitton discusses his commitment to protecting the environment with Texas Capital Tonight. 
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> Sitton also noted in the program that technical innovation such as hydraulic fracturing and other advanced oil and gas extraction techniques have helped clean-burning natural gas become cheaper and a bigger portion of our electric generation portfolio. 
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> Watch the video here. Clip starts at the 14:20 mark. 
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> Of Course Fracking Is Safe
> The benefits of fracking far outweigh its costs not only economically, but environmentally, a Stanford University geophysicist said Friday.
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> After teaching geophysics at Stanford for 30 years Mark Zoback took the helm of Stanford's new Natural Gas Initiative three years ago, he said, because of gas's environmental benefits.
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> "We did it because there were so many important and obvious environmental benefits to the utilization of natural gas," Zoback said. "So it’s somewhat ironic to be asked to argue for the notion that these benefits outweigh the environmental costs, when it’s the environmental benefits that got me into this business in the first place."
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> U.S. Will Be a Global Leader in Energy Exports By 2022
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> Even Shale's Secondary Effects Are Staggering
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> U.S. House Moves on Measure to Ensure Energy Dominance
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> Notable Events in August
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> 01 RRC Conference (Austin)
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> 14 Independent Petroleum Association of America (Houston)
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> 15 RRC Conference (Austin)
> 16 Eagle Ford Consortium (Corpus Christi) Sign up here.
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> 21 Asociación de Empresarios Mexicanos (San Antonio) 
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> 24 Industry Council on the Environment (Houston)
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