The proposed 456,000-square-foot office tower will be located in the northwestern section of the city and will be used to house Noble Energy’s expanded operations.
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A new way of manufacturing production-grade chemicals is being investigated by Synthesis Energy Systems, a company based in Houston, Texas.
One company, Corpo, based in Houston, Texas, is in the developing a new type of hardware that would make it more affordable and effective to core for resources in the Gulf of Mexico.
Houston made the number five spot, thanks to its median income of $66,000 and rapidly expanding technology and energy sectors.
It is set to be the largest of its kind, employing the latest computational technology to help the company expand its operations and grow in the 21st century energy landscape.
Your resume is one of the most important parts of applying for a job, as it’s a comprehensive professional background hiring managers will need to see before considering you for employment.
A new report from the Houston Association of Realtors suggests that October was a great month for the city’s housing market.
Now, the Journal reports, two major cruise lines have signed agreements with the city, with an eye to make the first port call sometime in 2013.
In a sign that Houston’s business community is one of the most innovative in the state, Mega Energy, an electricity provider, has been named by the Dallas Business Journal as the largest company of its kind in North Texas.
Perkins went on to add that the Bakken Shale deal creates a “visible, long-term growth potential” for the business, setting it up for additional acquisitions in the future.
In a sign that investment is growing in the Texas energy sector, CIRCOR Energy, a company that builds high-speed oil flow technologies, has announced that it will be moving its flagship campus to Houston, Texas.
Many people look at the resume as a portal to a new job, a billboard of your greatest achievements, skills and knowledge.
For September, while there were some strengths, the data suggests that a slight cooling off period has begun, following a period of sustained growth.
In most cases, a network administrator is working in a local area network (LAN) or wide area network (WAN) environment.
A software programmer might be responsible for adjusting and tweaking application codes to make them run more efficiently. In the event that a client has an issue with some aspect of the product, the programmer would get to work to alleviate these concerns.
According to press releases from the company, PAA has been laying the groundwork for these developments since 2011.
David Sambrooks, the organization’s CEO, lauded the developments in a release statement as a big step forward for the Houston-based company’s future prospects.
An exploratory well operated by a subsidiary of Helix Energy Solutions Group of Houston, Texas, has produced positive results, according to a press release from the oil extraction company.
One of these firms, Powell Industries, is a maker of electricity control mechanisms that have a wide variety of applications. According to a press release from the organization, Powell is adding a new member to its board of directors as another company veteran has retired.
While some hurdles remain, the region is on track to see more job gains in 2013.
Christopher Carter will be joining the company as Chief Executive Officer, having been selected by the members of the business’s board of directors.
According to a press release from Rice University, a team of researchers has begun to utilize soybeans in an attempt to make a cheap alternative to succinic acid, a common component in plastics manufacturing.
A new study from wage research firm PayScale has shown that Houston, Texas, is the friendliest city in the United States for employee bank accounts.
Harris County Judge Ed Emmett, who presided over the swearing-in ceremony, hailed Longoria as a woman of action who will bring fresh ideas and a new perspective to the job.
Hoping to capitalize on its investments in the Eagle Ford shale oil formation, Valero Energy Corp. of Houston, Texas, recently unveiled a large-scale improvement initiative that will significantly boost its refining and transportation operations.
These updates include an expanded terminal, new customer communication systems and a variety of other alterations that will roll out over the next few years.
If you're interested in looking for work in Houston, Texas, a new report has shown that you stand a better chance of being hired in this up-and-coming Lone Star State city.
According to the latest release from CareerBliss.com, Houston, Texas is the eighth best place to look for work in 2013.
A new airline connection is being established between Houston, Texas, and Beijing, China.
A report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration forecasts significant growth in U.S. oil output over the next two years.
Speaking about the changes, Kinder Morgan officials hailed the initiative as a major step forward for both the company and the Houston economy as a whole.