New Organization Gearing Up To Take On Challenges Facing Midland
13 Feb 2019
As the Permian Basin continues to produce millions of barrels of crude oil each day, Midland and other communities in the area are rapidly growing.
There are challenges that come with this kind of economic success though. To address this, the City of Midland along with other public and private organizations are joining together to create a group to address some of the region’s biggest problems.
Priority Midland is the new effort to address the region’s rapid growth and economic stresses but as the public kickoff for the organization’s unveiling made clear — this isn’t your grandmother’s oil boom.
Hundreds of people showed up to the Wagner Noel February 11 for the Priority Midland launch event. The crowd was made up of officials from both the city and the county, oil, and gas stakeholders, representatives from organizations within the community, and the public. The event featured two...
Priority Midland: Community leaders, officials, non-profits team up to address Midland issuesFeb 12 2019
Hundreds of community members attended the launch of Priority Midland, an initiative that aims to solve hurdles brought about by economic expansion. The initiative kicked off Monday night at the Wagner Noel Performing Arts Center. The launch included speeches from two keynote speakers, General (Ret.) Stanley McChrystal and...
Here in Midland, we are well-known for being a leader in the oil and gas industry. But we’re also looking to the skies and beyond. With new projects underway and room for expansion at the airport business park, now is the ideal time to get involved in Midland’s aerospace and...