The Lone Star State is well-known for its vast natural gas and oil resources, but Texas is quickly gaining a reputation as a leader in the wind power sector as well.
Archives: February 2013
On average, extraction companies produced 384,964 barrels of oil per day in December. This was a solid increase from November’s figures, which were reported as roughly 358,826 a day.
In a recent article published by Business Insider, the technology and business news provider detailed nine tips that job seekers could use to stand out for top positions at Apple, Google and Microsoft, seen by many as the top companies in the tech industry.
A professor of earth sciences from Texas A&M has been working on a novel way to predict the rise and fall of ocean waves for the past several years, according to a press release from the university.
The Gulf Agency Co. (GAC), one of the world’s biggest oil shipping management groups, announced earlier this week that it will be significantly expanding its operations in Houston, Texas.
The first phase involves reconfiguring its shipbuilding facilities in New Orleans to manufacture oil tankers and other sea-faring energy-related vessels.
Hoping to capitalize on rising business interest in Houston, the city’s transportation authority is undertaking a revitalization and remodeling initiative at Hobby Airport.
Economic metrics that detail Texas’ growing manufacturing industry surged during January, indicating that the state’s economy is continuing full-steam ahead into the new year.
Bloomberg News reported in mid-January that, thanks to a rapidly-expanding energy sector in Texas, the state government is reaping a big windfall in terms of revenues.
A new study is showing that the small business community in Houston, Texas, is opening its doors to new hires.