FIELD SUPERVISOR (Former Employee) – Williston, ND – December 19, 2012
Drove to location from housing. Logged on to DVT website so i could communicate with dispatch. Check water tanks to see how night shift left me, ask flowback how much water there producing hourly and estimate how many water trucks i will need to haul from my location to the nearest disposal available. For 12 hours sometimes more, I will also clean up around my work area to make everything clean to reduce slips trips and falls. End of shift clean a filter pod out where the water sucks from frac tank into pod into truck. The pod collects trash such as sand plug parts metal scraps etc. I will make sure my tanks are low tell my cross shift how my day went transfer any news and head home.
A typical day worked about 14 hrs a day.Learned to buy and sell oil and got tanker exp .Everbody I worked with I liked , the hardest part of the job was was day driving and winter time . I enjoyed them leaving me alone and letting me do my job.