- n. Plural form of oilman.
“No sirree ... having the country run by ex-oilmen is not the problem, it’s instead an article printed in the New York Times.”
“Having moved from pariah to western friend, it was awash with new American oilmen making big bucks and contractors building the first western hotels.”
“I had to travel around the world and talk to all sorts of people -- oilmen, warlords, politicians, economists, geologists, environmentalists, sheikhs, lobbyists, and roughnecks.”
“Hoteliers in Takoradi, the four square mile port town near the crude find, are scrambling to build new lodging for the influx of oilmen from Hess Corp. and Tullow Oil PLC who are handling offshore rigs.”
“At least with the oilmen, I knew what I was dealing with and they did not even try to hide that they were focused on power, control, profits and sexist, macho gun-toting racist everything.”
“DeChristopher could not pay for the leases and his actions cost some angry oilmen hundreds of thousands of dollars in higher bids for other parcels.”
“Of course, a few dozen of America's richest oilmen, bankers and business leaders have been anonymously pouring record amounts of campaign money into the GOP, targeting close races and underwriting continuous attack ads.”
“Wall Street bankers, billionaire oilmen like the Koch brothers, and other big business special interests that are funding the Republican assault on labor and the middle class have way too much power already.”
“Hoyle: About the first six weeks of my trip I had set up meetings and interviews with cowboys, oilmen, farmers, union leaders; I spent five days observing Army basic training at Ft.”
“Instead, attendees will get the usual Texas oilmen.”
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