Last week at the annual TXOGA Lone Star Energy Forum, Concho Resources Chairman and CEO, Tim Leach, was honored with TXOGA’s Distinguished Service Award. Watch the video below to learn more about Mr. Leach's leadership or click here to read more: https://www.txoga.org/concho-chairman-ceo-tim-leach-honored-txogas-distinguished-service-award/
Concho Resources cares about the health of their employees. That’s why they’ve built an onsite fitness center that encourages employees to participate in different leagues and tournaments. Learn more about how Concho encourages a work-balance lifestyle on their Review Site.
Concho CEO: "This was a great day for Concho to get together with local students to highlight many of the career paths in our growing industry."
Concho Resources has sponsored a three-bedroom, two-bath home in Midland that will be the last home to be built on Martin Court in the Habitat for Humanity Cloverdale development.
Four oil companies — Concho Resources, Occidental Petroleum, Anadarko Petroleum and Pioneer Natural Resources — have come together to purchase a van for Midland Police Department Officer Jacob Churchwell.
The Concho CEO is the first Midlander to be selected for Texas A&M University System's board of regents.
Everything’s bigger in Texas, but when it comes to the workplace, is everything better?
While companies in other basins struggle, many producers in the Permian have survived, and stories of the state of the domestic oil industry now focus largely on the energy industry's once-overlooked upstream stalwart.
At the event, Concho Resources received the 2016 Mark B. Merritt Golden Hammer Award, the highest honor for supporting Midland Habitat for Humanity Texas.
Concho Resources, Apache Corp., Pioneer Natural Resources and Warren Cat announced their support for the TRE.
Mona Ables has become the latest Midlander to be named Landman of the Year by the American Association of Professional Landmen. She received the award last month at the association’s annual meeting in Orlando, Florida.
"Coming from a much bigger company where I was just a employee, I feel much different with COG, where there is a sense of family and concern that I have not felt in a long time. I am very proud to be working for this company.
"Concho is proud of its roots and community ties. People here always are working to make Concho successful," says a millennial employee at this oil and gas explorer and producer. "They take pride in saying they work for Concho. To me Concho is more than just a name, its a privileged opportunity.