Companies in West Texas oil patch need frac workers

“I don’t know where they went,” Watkins said. “Finding fracking truck drivers is now extremely hard.”

Halliburton has hired hundreds of workers in West Texas this year to meet demand for hydraulic fracturing services, but even the largest U.S. fracking company has had to look beyond Texas to replenish a workforce that was decimated by years of cheap oil prices. The company holds job fairs in places like Alabama, Mississippi and Nevada.

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