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post #1 of 85 (permalink) Old 10-19-2007, 10:29 PM Thread Starter
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Looking for a job in the oil or gas field

Im looking for a job in the oilfield or gas field somewhere around the metroplex. Please let me know if you know of anything.

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I'm told Nabors is EASY to get hired on for someone new to the field. A guy who worked on my husband's rig went to work as a Driller for Nabors. I dunno if he needs anyone, but I can always check.
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I'm told Nabors is EASY to get hired on for someone new to the field. A guy who worked on my husband's rig went to work as a Driller for Nabors. I dunno if he needs anyone, but I can always check.

would you mind checking? id appreciate it.
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hey i work for Cactus and they are really hard to get on at the turn over rate is unlike alot of rigs out there try Nomac,Felderhoff,Pinnacleand if you want to get into oilfield work or work that is related to oilfield work try Slumber J or Express (Mike Byrd). If you have any college experiance you can try XTO Energy,Devon Energy,Chesapeake Energy, but Patterson is easy for beginners along with Nabors there motto is Paint it Blue call it new
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hey i work for Cactus and they are really hard to get on at the turn over rate is unlike alot of rigs out there try Nomac,Felderhoff,Pinnacleand if you want to get into oilfield work or work that is related to oilfield work try Slumber J or Express (Mike Byrd). If you have any college experiance you can try XTO Energy,Devon Energy,Chesapeake Energy, but Patterson is easy for beginners along with Nabors there motto is Paint it Blue call it new


some of those easier ones to get one (due to no experience) what are their websites?
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what do you want to do? work on a rig, roustabout, there frac companies, wire line, well service. there are so many parts on the construction side and companies you should have no prob. you can make $15 starting and get 100 hrs a week at diamondback in creeson near granbury.

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what do you want to do? work on a rig, roustabout, there frac companies, wire line, well service. there are so many parts on the construction side and companies you should have no prob. you can make $15 starting and get 100 hrs a week at diamondback in creeson near granbury.

honestly, I just want to get my foot in the door in the oil/gas field. Ive just had no luck getting on. ive been fortunate enough to have one opportunity, but it was up in gainesville which was a tad far from me since im about to move to mansfield.

Who do I contact at diamondback in cresson? That sounds like a great starting point, ill go google their website now.

is this the diamonback you speak of?

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how do I contact Nabors?
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You can try to find jobs on www.rigzone.com also...

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You can try to find jobs on www.rigzone.com also...
thanks, and as an outsider having never worked in this industry, which positions should I look at and which should i avoid?

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Just try to find a worm.... i mean floorhand job. You won't be able to get a driller or tool pusher job until you have some major experience.

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When I ran service you could basically drive up to a location and ask for the tool pusher for a job, now not so much or so Ive heard. I dont work in that anymore. The Barnett Shale is fucking huge. On the west/SW side of the metroplex you could point in a direction and find about 5 rigs.

Things to consider: Theres many jobs in the oil/gas patch. Fracting/cementing/casing/rig hands on rigs/service companies/wellhead companies/operators/drilling fluids/running tools/etc.....

Like someone suggested earlier, try rigzone, or look for companies. When I worked I worked around several, as I will list them so you can have a list to look for contacts.

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Devon (own the majority of leases in the Barnett Shale)
Burlington/Conoco
Chesapeake
EOG
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BJ Services
FMC Technologies
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Rig Companies:
Patterson/UTI
Nabors
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My suggestion is to check it out, talk to people, and think it over. The money is great, but you bust your ass. I averaged 75+ hours a week. On call 24/7. Drilling doesnt stop for anything. Rain, snow, lightning, nothing. haha. Be prepared. Be prepared to get hit with oil mud, grease, hot kicks from the well. Be prepared to get hit with tools, fingers cut, fingers/legs smashed. Be careful out there, a lot of the times the people you work with arent exactly the most sober, as I found that out. Its scary when they lift up the BOPs up with chains when youre down in the cellar knocking that wellhead up! LOL. Good Luck, its not for everyone.

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Baker Hughes..they have a shop by the Airport in Grand Prairie....
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Speaking of Baker Hughes... Anyone have any contacts with Sharewell in the DFW area?

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do they have an online application or in person only?
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Measurement

Measurement is something to consider too. It takes some time to learn and not everyone will be willing to train u. The best part about measurement is that it has nothing to do with rig count or gas prices. As long as its coming out of the ground it has to be measured. That measurement must be precise and re calibrated often.

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Schlumberger is a producer also.

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Pipeline and X-ray are some other good jobs.

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do they have an online application or in person only?
I think that it is in person, but I am not sure. Its off Mayfield or Arkansas, I can't remember, but they are moving there shop to Burleson/Cleburne in a few months, I think
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Im looking for a job in the oilfield or gas field somewhere around the metroplex. Please let me know if you know of anything.

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We need some Seismic Permit Agents at EOG Resources. Stating pay is $100K+ a year.

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hey BUD i have a few friends that work for Sharewell thats actually who we use as far as directional tools and drillers if you need anything lmk
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I would have to train you and I will pass.

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hey BUD i have a few friends that work for Sharewell thats actually who we use as far as directional tools and drillers if you need anything lmk
If you don't mind, see if they are looking for any DDs for Barnett Shale... I want to move back there. I am actually talking to Sharewell here in the Rockies about working for them also.

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The Barnett Shale is fucking huge. On the west/SW side of the metroplex you could point in a direction and find about 5 rigs.
I heard that they have recently found traces of H2S in the Barnett...

Heard anything about this? (I know you don't work in the field anymore, but I thought you might still talk to people).


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awesome. Where do I apply?
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I heard that they have recently found traces of H2S in the Barnett...

Heard anything about this? (I know you don't work in the field anymore, but I thought you might still talk to people).
Well there was a few actually when I worked, they were 10k wells. I think they were north, near Denton. And yes, I have heard of more popping up since then. I think they were older wells that were re-drilled.

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Damm, I don't know what that is but I can do it. Still need somebody? I need a job bad.

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I have heard about the H2S also. As I understand it my customer believes it has something to do with the chemicals that are being injected down hole. But I also heard it wasnt enough H2S to be concerned about.

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I have heard about the H2S also. As I understand it my customer believes it has something to do with the chemicals that are being injected down hole. But I also heard it wasnt enough H2S to be concerned about.
It's probably very faint traces, but you can bet they will be watching their samples very closely.


It's not something to fuck around with. In my travels I have only been on one H2S site and that was west of OKC on a Nomac rig.

4 ppm is considered sour gas.

Humans can detect it (smell), on average, around 0.0047 ppm
10 - 20 = eye irritation
at 150 - 250 ppm it kills your olfactory nerves so you can't even smell it.
Anything past that and youre pretty much dead.

When I got there I was told "If you see one guy running follow him, and always run upwind!"
While on site I found myself always watching the flares and windsocks

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you should also try all contract companies like Vaquero, renegade,5C,Quail i know those guys make pretty good money and roust a bout crews always get a crapload of hours. screw working on a rig. i work on injection pumps and water transfer pumps for Rogers oilfield we contract to EOG and i love it. the pay is good and i dont have to work to much like a slave.
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you should also try all contract companies like Vaquero, renegade,5C,Quail i know those guys make pretty good money and roust a bout crews always get a crapload of hours. screw working on a rig. i work on injection pumps and water transfer pumps for Rogers oilfield we contract to EOG and i love it. the pay is good and i dont have to work to much like a slave.

anyone specific you know I could contact?
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I work on Patterson 407 all over the Barnett. We go through hands pretty regularly, just hired one and looking for a driller. Nabors is easy to get on with, I'll talk to a buddy of mine that works on a pace rig. But most pushers won't dry-hire with Patterson, but you can always try, just drive out to a rig and sit and talk with the pusher for a while. Take a ride down 35W south of I-20 and you'll spot a lot of rigs. Try to find a top drive rig, they're not called Cadillac rigs for no reason.

Or try applying at HydraRig off of 35W and Sycamore School, but you need mechanic, hydraulic or welding experience to be considered. And it only starts out at $13/hr (varies with experience).
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Please tell me your joking on the pay scale there????

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Well, hell. Im home everyday and I make $17.00 an hour starting pay. I get on overage 65 hours aweek. I work 4 day and have 2 off, yes it a rotating off days, but most of these water companies, start you off on nights. If you havent consider this, I WOULD.. I've been hauling water for a year now, locally, and I know all the major and minor water hauling companies in the DFW. If water doesnt scare ya, lol. JK.

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Well, hell. Im home everyday and I make $17.00 an hour starting pay. I get on overage 65 hours aweek. I work 4 day and have 2 off, yes it a rotating off days, but most of these water companies, start you off on nights. If you havent consider this, I WOULD.. I've been hauling water for a year now, locally, and I know all the major and minor water hauling companies in the DFW. If water doesnt scare ya, lol. JK.
Cool, is your company hiring to carry water at the moment?

Halliburton just called me, said they would start me at $12/hr, average 90/hrs a week. Any feedback on halliburton?
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Well, hell. Im home everyday and I make $17.00 an hour starting pay. I get on overage 65 hours aweek. I work 4 day and have 2 off, yes it a rotating off days, but most of these water companies, start you off on nights. If you havent consider this, I WOULD.. I've been hauling water for a year now, locally, and I know all the major and minor water hauling companies in the DFW. If water doesnt scare ya, lol. JK.
You are one of those dang water haulers that always get in my way!!! Heh... Hey, the day tank is empty... get it in gear.

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You are one of those dang water haulers that always get in my way!!! Heh... Hey, the day tank is empty... get it in gear.
Umm thanks, but I do actually know how to drive, and the truck I drive @ work is a 07 Peterbuilt with a 600Hp twin turbo Cat, 18 gears, so I can get it in gear. If it makes u feel any better, I drove 20 miles with over 84K pounds in under 25 mins with rush hour traffic.

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post #49 of 85 (permalink) Old 11-06-2007, 06:23 PM
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Cool, is your company hiring to carry water at the moment?

Halliburton just called me, said they would start me at $12/hr, average 90/hrs a week. Any feedback on halliburton?
Yes they are hiring. I'll pm information. Where are u located, cause it may not be worth the drive???

1999 Pewter Metalic T/A. M6 TDP stg 2, 6.0L LS2 heads, Comp hardend pushrods, MS3 cam, Harland Sharp 1.7 rr, LS2 cloyes timing chain, FAST92 combo, UD pullies, PRC dual valve springs, full length sfc, LCA's, adjustable phb, Torque arm, Richmond 4:10, all done and tuned by Simple Quick Racing.

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post #50 of 85 (permalink) Old 11-06-2007, 06:25 PM Thread Starter
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Yes they are hiring. I'll pm information. Where are u located, cause it may not be worth the drive???

hey, just cleaned out my PM's, try again.
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