Texas’s Energy Sector Goes Beyond Oil And Gas
21 Apr 2022
If Texas were a country — and many of us feel like it already is — it would rank fourth in the world for crude oil production, behind the United States, Russia and Saudi Arabia.
Overall, Texas reigns as the No. 1 state for energy production, with the energy sector valued at $172 billion and employing more than 292,000 people. Simply put, Texas is a global powerhouse in the energy industry.
Since energy in Russia and everywhere else has been in the news a lot lately, I thought it might be a good time to remind ourselves of just how vital the energy sector is to Texas and the rest of the world.
The Midland Entrepreneurial Challenge 2021 - Fostering enterprise, rewarding innovation!Apr 20 2022
Initiated in 2017 and administered by the University of Texas Permian Basin, the Midland Entrepreneurial Challenge has since been an annual event that functions to identify and nurture new businesses in Midland through a rigorous process of business plan creation, market research, and financial training. Every year, businesses are selected...
Governor Abbott Touts Texas Economic Exceptionalism At “Why Texas?” Fireside Chat In AustinApr 6 2022
Governor Greg Abbott today touted the Lone Start State's booming economy and world-class, diverse workforce during the "Why Texas?" fireside chat on economic development in Austin. The Governor was joined by Rex CEO, Peter Rex, and the discussion was hosted and moderated by Texas Economic Development Corporation (TxEDC) President and...
AUSTIN, Texas — Texas started off strong in the first month of 2022 with gains of 29,000 total non-agricultural jobs in the first month of 2022, exceeding the previous record employment level set in December 2021 by reaching more than 13 million jobs, the Texas Workforce Commission reported Friday...