Halliburton bringing 500 jobs to NoCo
The facility will serve energy production demand in the Denver-Julesberg Basin and the Niobrara oil play.
The move was lauded by Gov. John Hickenlooper.
"Colorado's economy continues to see the benefits of the early and continued commitment to encouraging safe and responsible energy development," Hickenlooper said. "Halliburton's announcement today is a reminder to new energy companies and those already doing business here that Colorado is on the country's leading edge of this economic sector."
One of the world's largest providers of products and services to the oil and gas industry, Halliburton will set up shop on 54 acres south of the Front Range Energy facilities, making use of the Great Western Railway within the industrial park.
"Working with companies like Halliburton, we're able to bring solutions to the energy services sector, originating sand from around the country and transporting it by rail," said Rich Montgomery, vice president of Great Western Development Company, an affiliate of The Broe Group,
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