Halliburton Co. has accepted $1.29 million in Quality Jobs payments from Oklahoma in 2013 through August. The company laid off 130 people in Duncan in Jaunary. Halliburton has accepted $16 million in Quality Jobs payments since 1996.
Tulsa glass manufacture Zeledyne accepted more than $2.26 million in Quality Jobs money between 2008 and 2010. The company issued layoff notices to a combined 531 workers in Tulsa in 2010 and 2011 before closing in 2011.
Minnesota-based wind turbine tower manufacturer DMI Industries accepted $2.18 million in Quality Jobs money between 2009 and 2013. The company gave layoff notices to 167 workers in Tulsa in August 2012, before closing the Tulsa plant in November.
Wichita-based Spirit AeroSystems accepted more than $2.5 million in Quality Jobs payments from Oklahoma in 2013, and $18.8 million in Quality Jobs payments total since 2007. The company said in August that it would sell its Tulsa plant, which employs about 2,800 people. Spirit in July said it had laid off 360 workers in Wichita and Tulsa.
From 2004 through 2011, Minnesota-based data security companmy Imation Corp. accepted more than $1.9 million in Quality Jobs payroll rebate payments from Oklahoma. The company laid off 107 workers in Weatherford in 2011 when it closed its plant there.
Chesapeake Energy Corp. has received more than $28.8 million from the state Quality Jobs program since 2007. The company has collected $8.27 million in Quality Jobs incentives in 2013. The company said it laid off 86 workers last week, after eliminating an undisclosed number of employees earlier in September. More layoffs are expected at Chesapeake.
SandRidge Energy Inc. has accepted $27.3 million in Quality Jobs payments from the state since 2007. The company has collected $2.48 million in Quality Jobs incentive money from the state in 2013. In January, the company laid off an undisclosed number of workers in Oklahoma City.