Most people don’t think San Antonio as a major oil and gas hub, but a gathering of energy professionals focused on how the industry affects the region.
The Eagle Ford Shale has served up an $87.8 billion economic impact since 2010 and supported nearly 155,000 jobs, possibly the largest economic development story in state history.
The Environmental Protection Agency released on Thursday new standards for methane pollution from new and modified oil and gas equipment.
An increasingly diversified economy has enabled San Antonio to weather a slowdown in the shale-oil production industry and rank high among other major U.S. cities for new job creation and other key economic measures, according to two national surveys tracking U.S. urban growth and prosperity.
Political observers have long focused on Texas Congressional District 23, which stretches across southwest Texas from points in west, south, and north San Antonio to east of El Paso.
With Mexico moving closer, step by step, to relaxing its 76-year energy monopoly, the Texas oil and gas exploration industry is poised to head south into a newly-opened market.
Big U.S. cities and counties with more than one million people are attracting new residents at a faster rate than mid-size and small cities, U.S. Census data released last week shows, and Texas cities dominate just about every category in the data, which tracks growth from July 2012 to July 2013.
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Utilities across the nation deal with the same utility challenges: procuring supply, managing demand, and mitigating the environmental impacts of both.
Eighth in a Series: A Rising Southside
We continue our series examining the economic, educational and cultural growth on San Antonio’s Southside today with a view from the president of the South San Antonio Chamber of Commerce.