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San Antonio-based driller cutting 20 percent of workforce

Last April at an Eagle Ford event, a company official said that Lewis had grown from 300 employees to around 1,300. By the fall, a news release from the Texas Workforce Commission said the company was at 1,200 employees just at its Encinal operations center. ...

Workshops on reporting problems set for Eagle Ford

The Laredo-based nonprofit Rio Grande International Study Center and the Environmental Defense Fund plan five free workshops in the Eagle Ford Shale region to teach residents and workers what to do if they have concerns about oil and gas development. ...

Oil towns lead nation in population growth

New census data show a population surge as the oil boom draws workers and families to oil fields around the country. Some of the nation's fastest-growing communities include two Texas towns in the Permian Basin and three cities near North Dakota's Bakken Shale. ...

Spending in Eagle Ford forecast at $30B this year

The unrelenting pace of drilling and development will continue in South Texas this year, with oil and gas companies expected to spend between $23 billion and $30 billion in the Eagle Ford Shale. ...

More Eagle Ford pipeline expansion

A joint venture of Kinder Morgan Energy Partners LP and Magellan Midstream Partners LP has entered into a long-term agreement to move Eagle Ford Shale liquids for Anadarko Petroleum Corp. ...

Eagle Ford oil transforming Corpus Christi port (photos)

The drilling boom has launched billions of dollars in construction projects at the Port of Corpus Christi, as well as a round-the-clock frenzy to move products in and out of the oil patch, and to coastal terminals and refineries. ...

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