Gas leak detection job fair


Detecting gas leaks could mean life or death. This important position, leak survey technician, pays $12/hour. I think we should apply.

The ideal candidate should meet the following requirements:

  1. Live within Weatherford, Mineral Wells, Graham and surrounding areas.

Submitted by long-time, loyal reader and fracking victim.

The link is HERE.


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  1. Anonymous says

    Why the TCEQ doesn’t even concern it self with methane that is emitted to the air. Any amount methane is OK with them.

  2. GhostBlogger says

    Most utilities & pipelines are far from broke. yet, life safety is at risk here.

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