SHP in the News

    O&G Experts Are ‘Cautiously Optimistic’
    Post Icon October 27, 2017

    The Long Beach Business Journal published their annual focus on the oil and gas industry issue. David Slater, Executive VP and COO for SHP was interviewed about the current status and hopes for the future for the oil and gas industry. In addition to how the industry is stabilizing and preparing for the future, Slater […]

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    SHP’s VP Wins Oilman of the Year
    Post Icon October 24, 2017

    The Long Beach Business Journal, Signal Tribune, and CIPA Monday Morning Report shared the news that SHP’s vice president of production and operations, Sean McDaniel, was awarded 2017 Oilman of the Year. Click on the links below for the full articles. Long Beach Business Journal (See page 3) Signal Tribune CIPA Monday Morning Report LONG BEACH BUSINESS JOURNAL […]

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    SHP Featured in BBC Documentary
    Post Icon October 18, 2017

    Signal Hill Petroleum, Inc., (SHPI) worked with BBC Travel and History to film a documentary series called “Great American Railroad Journeys.” The show is hosted by ex-Cabinet Minister Michael Portillo as he travels by train using an 1879 railway guidebook, stopping off in recommended places to see what remains and how they have developed today. […]

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    Concerts Sponsors Recognized at SH Council
    Post Icon October 3, 2017

    The Signal Tribune published an article with updates from the Signal Hill City Council meeting. The picture above is the Signal Hill City Council recognition of the summer concerts in the park series sponsors. Among those sponsors are Debra Russell and Alex Rothwell, SHP Community Relations Team. Signal Hill Petroleum has been a major sponsor […]

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    New Grocery Coming to Signal Hill
    Post Icon September 25, 2017

    The Long Beach Business Journal covered the approval of Mother’s Market & Kitchen (Mother’s) coming to Signal Hill. The boutique grocery store needed this final approval from the Signal Hill City Council to move forward with opening process. Mother’s will be moving into the former Fresh & Easy building located at 2475 Cherry Ave, and […]

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