Item 1028: 01028_Stallworth, Bill_MMS/BOEM
Interviewer: Tyler Priest
Affiliation: University of Houston
Bill Stallworth was born in Rosebud, Texas, in 1932. After attending Tarleton for a few years, Stallworth transferred to Texas A&M University in 1951. After two years spent in the U.S. Air Force, Stallworth went directly to Brown & Root in 1956. He first worked as a cost engineer for a good amount of time in the Middle East on onshore-based petroleum projects. Stalwart was involved in major British Petroleum projects in the North Sea during the 1980s and 1990s, including BP’s Forties field.
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From the Collection: 25.0 linear feet
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