Eagle Ford Worker Safety, O&G Investments and Eagle Ford Production
Are Eagle Ford Workers Safe? Oilfield Injuries and Fatalities on the Rise Since 2007. According to KSAT-TV, an oilfield worker badly injured in an Eagle Ford rig explosion near Tilden, TX, has died. 50-year-old Roel Rodriguez, passed away on Saturday at San Antonio Military Medical Center. Rodriguez was one of five workers injured on the Eagle Ford rig explosion near Tilden, TX, on October 24th.
In late February of 2014, the Houston Chronicle reported 65 oil and gas workers were killed on the job in 2012 alone in Texas, and at least 18,000 workers suffered amputations, were crushed, burned, broke bones, got cut, or reported other work-related illnesses or injuries between 2008-13. Read more
Intervale invests in American Disposal Services which provides disposal of injectable drilling and production waste in the Eagle Ford and Haynesville shale plays, with operating facilities in Frio, Atascosa, Fayette, and Newton counties in Texas. Read more
The Eagle Ford Shale will make an estimated 1.65 million barrels of oil per day in December, an increase of about 36 percent in the last year, according to a new report from the U.S. Energy Information Administration. The South Texas field has roughly doubled production over the last two years. Read More
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