Local Oil Firm To The Rescue

Oil Site Texas

It is certainly not a secret that the state of Texas has lost 40K + jobs in the pandemic however an oil company has pulled out the stops to revive the fortunes of the state by hiring local workers to work on its $1billion project just south of Houston. This involves linking three pipelines in order to export oil. The company Max Midstream Texas is proud to be contributing to the revival of the state at a time when so many jobs were lost in the local economy.

When asked when it thought that the state would fully revive its fortunes it claimed that in its view it is going to take some years to climb out of the situation the state is in. It is sad that so many families have been affected by the job losses involved.

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