Why I’m leaving the oil industry

My company was acquired in 2012 by oil giant Exxon Mobil.

At the time, I was the highest-paid employee at the company, earning $1.2 million a year.

But as my company’s oil production increased and production slowed, I found myself being cut off from the company’s financials and not being able to keep my full pay.

I had to decide whether to keep working or resign.

I made the decision to quit because I didn’t think I could handle the amount of stress and anxiety that comes with being in the oil business.

My wife is a nurse and she’s the first person in our family to go through chemotherapy.

As I got older and more stressed out, I realized that I had no other choice.

I didn, and that’s why I left.

Since then, I’ve been working in an oil field.

I started in the fields as a junior project manager, then moved up to vice president of finance.

I’ve worked in a number of different roles, but my biggest accomplishment has been helping the company to reach its full potential.

The only thing I’ve ever wanted to do is do everything I can to help the oil and gas industry succeed.

But the reality is that we’ve only been in the industry for so long, and the industry is slowly becoming a billion-dollar industry.

If the oil companies continue to operate the way they have for the last five years, they will never be able to produce enough oil to replace what they’ve lost.

There’s no doubt that the oil crisis will hit oil companies in the future.

But we have the tools to fix it.

I’m confident that we can create jobs, cut costs, and make our industry even more competitive.

I believe that we have what it takes to build a stronger, more sustainable industry.

I also believe that oil and natural gas are the only industries in the world that have been so resilient that they will thrive even as the world’s economy is on the brink of collapse.

I can tell you with absolute certainty that our oil and fracking revolution is here to stay.

So I’m not giving up.

I have to continue to build my own companies and do everything in my power to make sure that our industry grows, continues to create jobs and makes our economy even stronger.

It’s important to note that this is my first time speaking on the subject of fracking.

I do believe that our future depends on how the world reacts to the fracking issue.

I want to be clear that I’m still a big supporter of the industry and believe that it’s a positive thing.

We have a lot of problems, and we need to deal with them, but I believe we can do a lot more together than we can individually.

If we work together, we can really solve a lot, and I’m excited about the prospect of having a better future.

We are building a future that is going to bring the future generations of Americans to the shores of our beautiful Gulf of Mexico.

I know that you’re all excited for our new home, and if we all work together and take our concerns to the White House, we’ll be able put an end to this.

It will not be easy, but we can get there.

But first, we need your help.

There are a lot to do.

We need your time, and your money.

We also need to raise the funds that will allow us to build our new homes, get our kids to school, and provide them with opportunities to get an education.

We can’t do this alone.

But if we work in unison, and together, our future is going the way that it should.

Please donate today and help us build a new future for the American people.