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    Halliburton to relocate majority of El Reno operations to Duncan location, company officials say

    Halliburton officials confirmed Tuesday that the company is relocating the majority of its operations in El Reno to its Duncan field camp in December.In a letter sent to the Oklahoma Office of Workforce Development on Monday, Halliburton officials said they are planning to “have mass layoffs at its facility in El Reno.” “Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. (HESI) anticipates that the layoff will be on approximately December 2, 2019. The layoff is expected to be a permanent employment loss. At this time it is expected that the facility will not remain open. It is reasonably anticipated that approximately 800 employees will be affected by the layoff,” the letter stated.Halliburton officials released a statement Tuesday:“Halliburton confirms it is relocating the majority of its operations in El Reno to its Duncan field camp in December. We made this decision in response to reduced activity levels in Oklahoma and the greater Mid-Continent area. Consolidating our operations takes advantage of Halliburton’s extensive footprint and synergies in the Duncan area including a strong employee hub and manufacturing expertise.While the majority of employees were offered relocation, Halliburton also reduced its workforce in El Reno. Making this decision was not easy, nor taken lightly, but unfortunately, it was necessary as we work to align our operations to reduced customer activity.”Officials with the company said they are not able to provide a specific number regarding how many employees will be relocated, as they are currently working with employees to determine if relocation is an option. “Many of the El Reno employees have previously worked at the Duncan field camp locations and will be moving back,” officials said in the statement. Stay with KOCO 5 for the latest.

    EL RENO, Okla. —

    Halliburton officials confirmed Tuesday that the company is relocating the majority of its operations in El Reno to its Duncan field camp in December.

    In a letter sent to the Oklahoma Office of Workforce Development on Monday, Halliburton officials said they are planning to “have mass layoffs at its facility in El Reno.”

    “Halliburton Energy Services, Inc. (HESI) anticipates that the layoff will be on approximately December 2, 2019. The layoff is expected to be a permanent employment loss. At this time it is expected that the facility will not remain open. It is reasonably anticipated that approximately 800 employees will be affected by the layoff,” the letter stated.

    Halliburton officials released a statement Tuesday:

    “Halliburton confirms it is relocating the majority of its operations in El Reno to its Duncan field camp in December. We made this decision in response to reduced activity levels in Oklahoma and the greater Mid-Continent area. Consolidating our operations takes advantage of Halliburton’s extensive footprint and synergies in the Duncan area including a strong employee hub and manufacturing expertise.

    While the majority of employees were offered relocation, Halliburton also reduced its workforce in El Reno. Making this decision was not easy, nor taken lightly, but unfortunately, it was necessary as we work to align our operations to reduced customer activity.”

    Officials with the company said they are not able to provide a specific number regarding how many employees will be relocated, as they are currently working with employees to determine if relocation is an option.

    “Many of the El Reno employees have previously worked at the Duncan field camp locations and will be moving back,” officials said in the statement.

    Stay with KOCO 5 for the latest.

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