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Prodigy Oil and Gas becomes aware of critical labor shortage - says Shawn Bartholomae

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SOURCE Prodigy Oil and Gas

DALLAS, June 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- The oil industry is facing a shortage of critical skills. In Texas, as Prodigy Exploration INC CEO Shawn Bartholomae is aware of, the drillers and the engineers in the field are reporting a  fair amount of difficulty in finding the skilled labor that is needed to maintain the production levels that are critical to  the operations of  the oil boom that is permeating  the industry, especially in Texas. 

Prodigy Oil and Gas

The shortage of manpower is persistent. Mr. Shawn Bartholomae has expressed his opinion however that he believes that the industry will re-act in fine fashion and will make a timely correction. He has made this  comment to investors that 'We have had shortages of manpower before and the industry has always came back'.

Prodigy Exploration INC has based its planning to coordinate with future needs based on the assumption that the drillers will be capable of filling in with the needs in the field.

Mr. Shawn Bartholomae and the planners of the company are well aware of the changing needs and the ever growing level of innovation and technology that is needed in the oil and gas drilling operations.  He has promised that Prodigy Oil and Gas INC. will make every effort to keep abreast of the changing conditions and will be fully aware of any implications that would factor into decisions concerning the firm.

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