Every year, the oil-field services company Schlumberger (NYSE:SLB) polls executives in the oil and gas industry and publishes a human resources benchmark survey. The company has said point-blank that given the high demand for skilled employees in the industry and the complicated extraction techniques, human resources is the main driver of production growth right now.
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