Talos Energy is a company that focuses on the exploration, development, and production of gases and oils. It is located in the Gulf of Mexico and the Gulf Coast. It has a team of experienced individuals in management and who are experts in its operation. The group of leadership at Talos Energy has a strong record of accomplishment for many years and has always made the company have positive results.
Key individuals who included Timothy S. Duncan, Michael Harding, John A. Parker, and Stephen E. Heitzman founded it in 2012. Its headquarters are located in the United States of America in Houston, Texas. The president of the company who is also the CEO Timothy S. Duncan started the company with $600 million equity that Apollo Global Management and Riverstone Holdings awarded him.
Talos Energy has provided many job opportunities to various people across the regions it operates. Among the growth opportunities it offers include production, corporate discipline, and exploration. It is well known for providing good and favorable working conditions such as giving top advancement opportunities for its workers. It also promotes flexible working conditions for employees to help them balance life and work.
According to a survey conducted by the top career survey such as Glassdoor, Indeed and LinkedIn, Talos Energy is among the best places to seek employment. Talos Energy Top workplaces include the Zama-1 that is situated in Gulf of Mexico in the shallow waters. It was discovered in July 2017 by Talos Energy in collaboration with Sierra Oil & Gas and Premier Oil. About 1.4 billion and 2 billion barrels of light crude oil was discovered in this Gulf of Mexico.
The company has been awarded as being the best top workplace in the region several times. It has been granted in a row from 2013 to 2017. Talos Energy received an award “Discovery of the Year 2017” in a special ceremony that is conducted every June by WoodMackenzie. This special recognition was due to its incredible discovery of the offshore Gulf of Mexico known as Zama-1 in July 2017. According to WoodMackenzie, this was the first exploration that was well conducted by a private firm in Mexico.
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