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Coalinga, Aera in the Community Nov 11, 2022

State senator proclaims oil is essential to communities

State and local elected officials visit Aera-Coalinga, put exclamation point on importance of oil production

(Left to right) Coalinga Mayor Ron Ramsey, Aera-Coalinga Manager of Operations Ali Zauner, Senator Anna Caballero (D-Salinas Valley), Fresno City Councilmember Esmeralda Soria, Fresno City Councilmember-elect Annalisa Perea pose for a picture

Senator Anna Caballero (D-Salinas Valley) declared oil production and the industry’s contributions essential to the city of Coalinga and Fresno County, in a proclamation presented to Ali Zauner, manager of operations for Aera-Coalinga. The proclamation came just in time for Aera’s 25th anniversary.

“By contributing to the success and sustainability of the community in which it does business, Aera Energy has served as an outstanding corporate citizen, enhancing the quality of life for community residents and instilling a great sense of pride in the individuals who are associated with it,” the proclamation read.

Senator Caballero, Fresno City Councilmember Esmeralda Soria, Fresno City Councilmember-elect Annalisa Perea, and Coalinga Mayor Ron Ramsey visited Aera-Coalinga to see how Aera powers California and learn how the company intends to meet the state’s leading climate standards. They joined employees for lunch at Aera-Coalinga’s Pump Shop.

DID YOU KNOW? Aera Energy is a three-time recipient of the Forbes America’s Midsize Employer List, placing ninth in the 2022 ranking and securing its spot in the top ten midsize companies to work for in the United States.

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