Like all industries, the oil and gas industry is looking for workers in all fields.
That goes for engineers, said Mike Stice, dean of Mewbourne College of Earth and Energy at the University of Oklahoma. He said he gets requests from companies for 25 engineers and he doesn’t have the graduates to meet the demand. He predicted that there will be a period when there will not be supply to meet demand.
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