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XTO Energy releases details about employees moving from Fort Worth to Houston this summer

XTO Energy Inc., a subsidiary of Irving-based Exxon Mobil Corp. (NYSE: XOM), will begin moving its headquarters from Fort Worth to the Houston area next month as expected. With that move, the company is closing its downtown Fort Worth office and moving ... read more

XTO Energy Moving Out Of Fort Worth, Taking 1,000+ Jobs

FORT WORTH (CBSDFW.COM) – XTO Energy headquarters on Houston Street plans to leave Fort Worth ... The company reportedly plans to move all but 350 employees with the first 1,200 leaving by June 2018. Suspect Shot By Fort Worth Officers, Taken To ... read more

Downtown will look the same, but with a few less people

At first blush, when XTO Energy announced early in 2017 that it would move the bulk of its Fort Worth employees to Houston beginning in 2018 ... so in a staged approach over three weekends in the summer, he said. XTO’s move will not include its central ... read more

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Sundance Square just acquired this downtown Fort Worth office building

In June, XTO Energy announced it was pulling the majority of its Barnett Shale operations out of downtown Fort Worth and moving them to Houston. About 1,600 employees will leave downtown by 2020, but about 350 employees will stay. JLL Executive Vice ... read more

Why There's a Real Chance My Texas Town Might Ban Fracking

"I think people think it's over when the rigs move out, but that's completely not true ... Oklahoma-based Devon Energy, Fort Worth-based XTO Energy and Houston-based EnerVest. According to the Chronicle, of the $1,060 in individual contributions to ... read more

ExxonMobil Expands Methane Emissions Reduction Program

The program, which builds on the company’s longstanding commitment to emissions reduction, prioritizes actions at sites operated by subsidiary XTO Energy and includes efforts ... the largest in the world. For more information, visit www.exxonmobil.com ... read more

The Fed says the economy is doing just fine

The publication released on ... in the downstream energy sector, mostly in construction-related jobs. New-home construction continued to be restrained by labor shortages, particularly in Dallas-Fort Worth, while contacts in Houston noted increased labor ... read more

XTO Energy releases details about employees moving to Houston this summer

XTO Energy ... Houston area next month as expected. With that move, the company is closing its downtown Fort Worth office and moving 1,200 positions to Houston. According to a letter XTO sent to the Texas Workforce Commission, about 950 of those employees ... read more


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