WHAT WILL WORKING FOR AN OIL AND GAS COMPANY BE LIKE IN THE YEAR 2000? FREE TRADE PROMISES ERA OF PROSPERITY

11/07/1994
Wayne AllenChairman, Chief Executive OfficerPhillips Petroleum Co. When I graduated from college and joined Phillips as a young engineer in 1961, the oil industry looked like a stable, thriving place to build an interesting and challenging career-and the year 2000 seemed like a date that existed only in science fiction. Today, I can look back on many interesting and challenging assignments, but the industry has been anything but stable-only occasionally thriving-and the graduating class of 2000 is already in its junior year of high school. What will the oil industry be like when these young people enter the job market 6 years ...
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