- Foreign oil workers returned to work at Algeria's In Amenas gas plant. // World Energy News;6/30/2014, p5
The article informs that foreign oil workers have started to come to work at Algeria In Amenas gas plant after the Islamist militant attack that killed 40 people about one and half year before.
- Requiem for the rig pig. Koch, George // Alberta Report / Newsmagazine;10/11/93, Vol. 20 Issue 43, p22
Focuses on rig workers, better educated, more safety conscious, and a lot harder to find. Current shortage of workers in a surging industry; Traditional roughneck drilling hands fading into myth; Required certificates from Petroleum Industry Training Service; All 19-day government funded PITS...
- Number of Employees, 1997. // National Petroleum News;Mid-Jul99, Vol. 91 Issue 8, p54
Highlights data showing the number of employees in various sectors of the United States petroleum industry in 1997. Mining and refining sectors; Transportation sector; Wholesale and retail staff.
- The tide turns. LeBlanc, Leonard // Offshore;Sep95, Vol. 55 Issue 9, p5
Opinion. Comments on the shortage of staff among oil and gas firms. 1995 downsizing of skilled professionals; Elimination of their recruitment departments; Alliances with suppliers for manpower.
- Cover page. // Southwestern Historical Quarterly;Jul2010, Vol. 114 Issue 1, p1
The cover of the journal is presented depicting a photograph of an oil well shooter loading a torpedo shell with liquid nitroglycerin.
- Work force shortage becoming critical. Von Flatern, Rick // Offshore;Feb97, Vol. 57 Issue 2, p32
Focuses on the shortage of oil industry personnel in the United States' Gulf of Mexico. Trends in staffing; Comparison with employee shortage in the 1980s; Efforts of companies to hire employees; Search for new graduates.
- A HARD DAY'S NIGHT. LAGORIO, CHRISTINE // Inc.;Sep2012, Vol. 34 Issue 7, p116
The article presents a photograph of oil-field workers at the Bear Paw Lodge crew camp in Williston, North Dakota operated by Target Logistics, a company that operates 13 lodges for oil, gas, mining, and construction clients in North America.
- Gabon's ONEP oil workers' union has begun an unlimited strike. // African Business News;3/14/2013, p9
The article reports on the unlimited strike initiated by the oil workers of the Organisation Nationale des Employes du Petrole (ONEP) to demand the application of the 2010 agreement on working conditions signed with the government in Gabon.
- Keeping tabs on the workers. // Professional Engineering;11/05/97, Vol. 10 Issue 20, p6
Reports on British oil and gas firms' central service to track the movement of North Sea workers. Use of a movement and personnel system (MAPS) to meet safety obligations; Recognition of security cards swiped at access points on rigs by MAPS.