By Adam Wilmoth Energy Editor email@example.comWith business recovering throughout the oil and natural gas sector, Jim Sandburg spent most of the day Thursday at his familiar spot near the front of about 260 vendor booths at the Oklahoma Oil & Gas Expo.
He has been in the same place in each of the past four years as the industry reached a peak, retreated and then began a slow recovery.
"It feels like a responsibility," the vice president at Oklahoma City-based Spicer & Sandburg Inc.Read more on NewsOK.com
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