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Giving back to the community builds a strong corporate bond


It is truly rare when you find a company that is more interested in helping others than helping itself.  It takes a leader who believes in paying it forward, and knowing that having a corporate reputation as a company that gives back to the community will pay off in so much more than money. That’s been the case at Light ...

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An oil rig isn’t a ficus tree

Photography and imagery in the energy industry really has come a long way since I first entered the industry as a wet-behind-the-ears marketing communications guy back in the early 1970s.  I remember all too well one of my first assignments.  I was working for an energy industry magazine at the time (it was a print magazine, you remember those), and ...

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“Boom town” costs decreasing with drilling slowdown

As drilling rigs are stacked and companies cut budgets, “boom town costs” such as company housing and travel expenses are also beginning to decrease, according to Halliburton President Jeff Miller. As reported by FuelFix, the executive’s comments are the latest indicator that small towns which saw sudden population growth when oil was priced over $100 per barrel may be in ...

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Halliburton names its new president

Zach Koppang | Shale Plays Media The Houston Business Journal reports that Halliburton has promoted its current vice president and chief operating officer Jeff Miller to the position of president. The company believes that the move will complement the leadership of its current chief executive officer and chairman Dave Lesar. In a press release, Lesar commented: “I have known and ...

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