San Antonio, TX, January 23, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Alfaro Oil and Gas has been in the energy business for years. While successful energy extraction is always important for this company, community responsibility is a top priority.
In 2014 alone Alfaro Oil and Gas has been involved with charities such as the Multiple Sclerosis Society, American Heart Association, and the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation. In the past this Lone Star energy company has also worked with the Special Olympics, the Miracle League, and the Kristine Meza Foundation.
In February Alfaro Oil and Gas will be involved with the Cystic Fibrosis Association as well as the American Heart Association. Alfaro Oil and Gas has been participating in 5K runs and charity events in San Antonio for years to increase healthy lifestyle awareness in the community. The company aims to raise awareness for a variety of life-threatening conditions as well as encourage healthy development through participation in youth programs with the Special Olympics and the Youth League.
With such emphasis on corporate responsibility, Alfaro Oil and Gas stands out from the pack as an energy company that takes responsibility. The company also emphasizes environmental protection as a component of its mission to increase community responsibility. The company has been using state-of-the-art, eco-friendly technology for years, avoiding the use of chemicals whenever possible during drilling. But Alfaro Oil and Gas wants to take it one step further in 2014 as it plans to expand its number of rigs.
Alfaro Oil and Gas is negotiating tree cultivation at its drill sites as part of its new environmental consciousness program. Drought-resistant native Texas trees will be planted at drill sites to preserve the natural landscape of the Eagle Ford area for generations to come.
Alfaro Oil and Gas is committed to the betterment of both the San Antonio community and the natural beauty of Texas’ environment. Follow this growing company as it further implements its policy of corporate responsibility while expanding in the Eagle Ford—creating new jobs, new opportunities, and preserving the spirit of giving in South Texas.