November 2010 Vol. 237 No. 11

Features

New Business Model Re-Invents Pipeline And LDC Recruitment

With tens of thousands employed directly in the pipeline industry, and an associated total of more than 9 million jobs supported by the overall oil and gas industry, ongoing recruitment of professionals and management is no small task. In many ways, the challenge has always been intensified by wide-ranging geographical locations, typically remote and even hostile, where skilled pipeline personnel are required on an ongoing basis. Going forward, today’s pipeline industry job picture calls for a better recruitment approach than ever for a couple of reasons. One, domestically (U.S.) the need for mid-level experienced personnel (generally defined as 7-10 years) in engineering

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