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  • Local Oil workers optimistic about market under Trump

    Josh Heuser and Tanner Butler maintain oil pumpers in a Belton, Mo., oil field operated by Kansas Resource Exploration & Development Inc. Like many in the energy sector, they said they are looking for a resurgence in the market after struggling for years with depressed oil and natural gas prices thanks to President-elect Donald Trump and production cuts overseas.

Josh Heuser and Tanner Butler maintain oil pumpers in a Belton, Mo., oil field operated by Kansas Resource Exploration & Development Inc. Like many in the energy sector, they said they are looking for a resurgence in the market after struggling for years with depressed oil and natural gas prices thanks to President-elect Donald Trump and production cuts overseas. Allison Long and Rick Montgomery The Kansas City Star
Josh Heuser and Tanner Butler maintain oil pumpers in a Belton, Mo., oil field operated by Kansas Resource Exploration & Development Inc. Like many in the energy sector, they said they are looking for a resurgence in the market after struggling for years with depressed oil and natural gas prices thanks to President-elect Donald Trump and production cuts overseas. Allison Long and Rick Montgomery The Kansas City Star

Pumped: Oil and gas interests in Kansas and western Missouri like a Trump future

January 13, 2017 7:00 AM