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BPZ Energy average salary is $78,225, median salary is $80,400 with a salary range from $67,000 to $87,500.
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Project Manager 80,400-87,500 Houston, TX, 77001 2010 BPZ Energy Project Manager Salaries (7)
BPZ Energy Houston, TX Salaries
Junior Geologist 67,000-67,000 Houston, TX, 77001 2010 BPZ Energy Junior Geologist Salaries (2)
BPZ Energy Houston, TX Salaries
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Recent BPZ Energy Salaries (February 22, 2017)
Assistant Professor University of Oklahoma $42,860 Norman, OK, 73019 01/05/2015
General OMRON $65,998 Houston, TX, 77001 09/07/2015

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BPZ Energy Information
  • BPZ Energy Inc
  • Industry: Oil, Gas, Coal
  • City: Houston, TX
  • BPZ Energy (formerly Navidec) has navigated into a new line of business. The company once provided information technology services including security and access services, application integration, and software development. In 2002 the company discontinued reselling operations that had previously offered customers third-party computer hardware and networking equipment systems; that same year it formed Navidec Capital to evaluate acquisition opportunities. In 2004 the company acquired BPZ Energy -- a move intended to take the company into the oil and gas business. In 2005 the company officially changed its name to BPZ Energy. BPZ owns oil and gas properties in northwest Peru