It is a sad fact that Texas, home to the nation’s most prolific oil and gas field, has been hit by a global downturn.
The state is currently suffering the effects of the oil boom of the past three decades.
It has suffered severe population loss, unemployment, high healthcare costs, and a growing poverty rate.
But the state’s economy, in particular the energy industry, has continued to grow.
With the current boom, we are entering a new phase of the economic downturn, and some believe that the energy sector is going to suffer as well.
Oil and gas jobs in the state are expected to remain around the same levels as they were in 2016, but that could change in coming years.
As of 2017, there were an estimated 8,300 petroleum and gas professionals working in the Texas oil and natural gas industry.
That number is expected to drop to about 2,700 by 2035.
The number of jobs in oil and related related industries is expected continue to decline as well, with the total number of people employed in the industry dropping from 7,800 to 6,500 by 2040.
Texas is a prime example of how a boom in the oil and oil related industries can impact the state, but there are many other industries in the country that are experiencing the same kind of downturn.
One of the biggest threats to the oil industry in the United States is the global downturn that is occurring around the world.
It is estimated that at least 10% of the global oil and petroleum industry could go into a downward spiral in the coming years, as a result of the current global economic downturn.
Many industries are seeing their profits fall as well due to the global slowdown.
The industry’s main competitors in the global market are China, which is in the midst of an economic downturn and could experience a similar slump, as well as a lot of other countries around the globe.
One recent report from Bloomberg News stated that in 2035, the global GDP will shrink by $2 trillion.
This will hit oil and other industries hard.
In 2018, we will witness a huge spike in the demand for oil and gasoline.
The demand for gas and oil will increase as well because there will be a shortage of oil and energy.
It will create a huge amount of demand for fuel, which will lead to a huge increase in the cost of gasoline.
There is also the issue of climate change.
As the planet warms, so will the demand of oil.
The energy sector, especially the energy extraction sector, is the biggest driver of climate-related problems.
The oil and the gas industry has a long history of creating climate-damaging pollution in the US.
In fact, the oil sector is responsible for about 35% of all greenhouse gases, which include methane, carbon dioxide, nitrous oxide, and sulfur dioxide.
These greenhouse gases contribute to climate change and lead to the loss of habitat, air pollution, and other problems.
Many of these problems are also caused by human activities like the burning of fossil fuels, which leads to global warming.
The problem is that there is no way for the federal government to help the energy companies that pollute the atmosphere.
However, President Donald Trump is working on a plan to fix this.
In addition to a proposal to address global warming, he has a plan for energy independence.
In a speech in March 2018, President Trump outlined the plan to provide $1 trillion in infrastructure spending in the next ten years.
The plan includes a $1.5 trillion investment in energy infrastructure, including the construction of a new pipeline to carry natural gas from the Gulf Coast to refineries on the Gulf of Mexico.
This pipeline will be able to carry about 3 million barrels of gas per day from New York to Texas and Louisiana, which would increase the amount of natural gas that is able to be transported.
The pipelines would also create more than 5,000 construction jobs, which are expected in the pipeline construction industry.
The infrastructure plan also includes $500 billion in infrastructure investments to help companies adapt to climate changes and better understand their role in global warming and its effects on the environment.
This includes a goal of $2.5 billion in new tax credits and deductions for energy companies.
These tax credits will help companies make more energy-efficient investments.
For example, in 2018, companies could get a $500 rebate if they installed solar panels on their buildings.
These credits could also help companies find other ways to make energy-efficiency investments.
In 2017, the US Energy Information Administration estimated that the country would spend $9.4 trillion on energy in 2020, and that the economy will add nearly $10 trillion in economic activity by 2036.
In 2020, there will also be an increase in energy-related jobs.
According to the American Petroleum Institute, the number of energy jobs in 2020 will be about 14 million.
This represents an increase of 5% from the number in 2020 and a slight decline from the previous year.