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Oil in Everyday Life, Community Mar 13, 2019

Students discover oil at Aera

Fifth-graders from Bakersfield’s Ramon Garza Elementary School get a deeper look into the oil and gas industry. Class, here’s a pop quiz for today: What products are made from oil? Cell phones Gasoline Toothbrushes All of the above If you’re a fifth-grader at Ramon Garza Elementary School in Bakersfield, you likely know the answer is […]

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People of Aera, Community Mar 13, 2019

Aera celebrates Black History Month, focuses on embracing inclusion

For the past 34 years our nation has set aside the month of February to remember the accomplishments African Americans have made to our society. Aera is passionate about observing Black History Month because it values embracing inclusion. Last month, Aera took time to celebrate by hosting an annual event, coordinated by the Aera Black […]

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Responsibility, Oil in Everyday Life Feb 12, 2019

The oil and gas industry makes game day (and every day) possible

With the big game over, another football season has come and gone. That’s 53 years of great games, energetic halftime shows and way too much food. While the NFL and all its partners work hard to produce an incredible afternoon of football and entertainment, we are also working hard to produce the oil and natural […]

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People of Aera Feb 12, 2019

Aera nurse has a heart for health

February is a month full of fun festivities, national holidays and important reminders of our incredible history. It is also the one month out of the year reserved as American Heart Month. Sadly, heart disease is the leading cause of death for men and women in the United States. The good news, though, is it […]

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Responsibility, Community Feb 12, 2019

Aera’s STEM success center stays true to its name

In the fall of 2016, Aera made an investment in Bakersfield College (BC) that transformed an old maintenance facility into the Aera STEM Success Center, a state-of-the-art work space for students in the STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) programs. Today, that formerly vacant building is a thriving spot for students to excel in their […]

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