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Energy companies contribute $185,000 to “tanker 1” fund
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Representatives of energy companies working in Karnes County presented funds totalling $185,000 to go toward the purchase of “Tanker 1” – a 3,000 gallon water tanker truck to be used in response to fires and emergencies all across Karnes County. The special presentation was made on April 25. PXP, BHP, COP, EOG, Marathon and Universal PP each contributed $25,000, NuStar and Pioneer each contributed $10,000, Haliburton and Stream Flo each contributed $5,000, Statoil contributed $3,500 and Nabors contributed $1,500. For more information on how to contribute to the fund raising effort, contact Charlie Malik at 830-780-2666.
Joe Baker photo Representatives of energy companies working in Karnes County presented funds totalling $185,000 to go toward the purchase of “Tanker 1” – a 3,000 gallon water tanker truck to be used in response to fires and emergencies all across Karnes County. The special presentation was made on April 25. PXP, BHP, COP, EOG, Marathon and Universal PP each contributed $25,000, NuStar and Pioneer each contributed $10,000, Haliburton and Stream Flo each contributed $5,000, Statoil contributed $3,500 and Nabors contributed $1,500. For more information on how to contribute to the fund raising effort, contact Charlie Malik at 830-780-2666.
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Representatives of energy companies working in Karnes County presented funds totalling $185,000 to go toward the purchase of “Tanker 1” – a 3,000 gallon water tanker truck to be used in response to fires and emergencies all across Karnes County. The special presentation was made on April 25. PXP, BHP, COP, EOG, Marathon and Universal PP each contributed $25,000, NuStar and Pioneer each contributed $10,000, Haliburton and Stream Flo each contributed $5,000, Statoil contributed $3,500 and Nabors contributed $1,500. For more information on how to contribute to the fund raising effort, contact Charlie Malik at 830-780-2666.
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