It doesn't get any weirder than this, and when it does, you can be rest assured that corruption, money, and sex are about to appear before your eyes.
I do think it is important to note that there are two sides to every story. Someone working for the oil company decided to get a little creative, and look at the results of their flight of ethical fancy. Do you blame the entire company or just the guy with the authority to sling women around like party favors?
What is the mindset of such people? Underage prostitutes? Really? Is this how things are still being done? Who is going to rescue the young woman being victimized here? Will they shame her in some way and make this about good ol' boys being good ol' boys? She's clearly not the individual with the ethical problem here. In fact, she might be more ethical than everyone else, save Hughie Tweedy.
If you can't buy Hughie Tweedy with the affections of a woman, what can you buy this man off with? Is he an environmentalist or does he want fair market value for the use of his property? Good for him, in any event.
Somewhere, there's a person who could be bought off in this manner, and I'm thinking they're lonely and living in North Dakota next to some fallow ground.