Very enjoyable work environment, All of the lease operators were very helpful with sharing any experience they had about route and what to look for problem areas and information pertaining to the job. always answered any questions that they could.
I have worked with a great group of diverse people during my almost 9 years with EOG and have made many friends that I will have for the rest of my life. EOG is a great company to work for and has a family atmosphere. My current Bosses are very thankful and appreciative of my work and let me know often that I am very appreciated. The hardest part is not knowing the fate of the oil industry in it's current downturn, which is why I accepted an 'early retirement' package that was too good to pass up.
Measurement Analyst (Former Employee) – Corpus Christi, TX – April 19, 2016
Monitored the meters in the field via computer and learned to build and create alarms and messages through the SCADA system. Management teams were very helpful. Everyone appeared to get along very well with each other. The hardest part of the job was actually being laid off due to the downturn in the gas and oil industry.
Drilling Consultant (Former Employee) – New Town N.D. – January 18, 2016
Typical work day included all aspects of well construction. I learned ways to be more efficient and effective through the use of new technology and forward thinking. Management was effective and efficient. I worked with many co-workers from across the U.S. Drilling in N.Dakota included working during harsh winter weather. I enjoyed the N. Dakota climate changes and being able to travel to see and learn new things.
solid wages, good work environment
work has become sporadic or non existent due to oil price decline
Procurement Specialist/Materials Accounting (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – March 24, 2016
Culture/atmosphere at EOG was mostly satisfactory. The environment was fast-paced and challenging. I had a great experience and I learned a great deal more about the oil & gas industry. I hope to take the skills I acquired and apply them to future job opportunities.
Safety Consultant (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – December 26, 2015
Worked as a safety consultant for EOG conducted safety inspection of maintenance work and new construction of well sites. Also conducted monthly inspection of H2S monitors and fire extinguisher along with monthly checks of cascade systems at each of the well sites. Managed confine space entries. Performed noise surveys, NORM surveys. Investigated accidents to identify causes or determine how such accidents maybe prevented in the future.
Innovative Company that values Employee Development
Landman (Current Employee) – Denver, CO – November 12, 2015
Unique to other E&P's I have worked at in the sense that, EOG values developing its employees and keeping them involved with the big picture of the company. Weekly Monday morning meetings were held that reviewed workings of last week, what the goals are for this week and what are goals are for the remainder of the quarter.
Able to work self paced as well as team member usually a variety of tasks to complete, such must be multi-tasker opportunity to get educational assistance opportunity to get health assistance (gyms, support) good pay
Fast-paced workplace that offered many challenges.
WATER TRANSFER CONSULTANT (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – January 28, 2016
EOG is an excellent company to work for. My co-workers were the best part about my job. The hardest part of my job with EOG was the logistical challenges I faced. The amount of area that I had to cover was great.
Productive, postive environment with varied daily responsibilites
Executive Administrative Assistant/Engineer Tech (Current Employee) – San Antonio, TX – April 17, 2016
A typical day consists of coordination of work flow for our 4 field offices with 6 Field Superintendents, 10 Production Foreman and 12 Administrative Assistants. Liaison between them and our Field Production Manager for everything from organizing training and meetings, documenting compliance with requirements, addressing issues and working together to cut cost and maintain productivity and safety. I also coordinate interdepartmentally to establish a division wide schedule to communicate when which wells will go to production. I also oversee logistics in utilizing and the tracking of 66 pieces of company owned production equipment. Generation of cost analysis reports, equipment/trucking report and regulatory report for the Texas Railroad Commission.
Positive environment, amply opportuity to learn new things
Down turn in Oil prices has resulted in mulitple rounds of lay offs and early retirement packages
Denver Division of EOG was an awesome place to work
Geological Technician (Former Employee) – Denver, CO – November 4, 2015
The Denver Division of EOG was an awesome place to work. They provided many opportunities for growth. They also participated in the GCC challenge and offered employees the option to participate at no cost. The work was challenging and rewarding. Management listened to employees and valued employees' viewpoints.
Great people but hard to achieve a company position if your a contractor.
Administrative Assistant/Office Manager (Current Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – September 28, 2015
For a female contractor it is extremely hard to achieve going company. While others achieve it within 2 years. Giving a company 4 years with out having the ability to achieve the larger goal of being company is not easy to keep motivated. The people are great. The experiences and ability to be trained is outstanding.
Land Technician & ROW Technician (Current Employee) – Tyler, TX – September 20, 2015
This company's senior management team is great. They have a wonderful structure for flexibility... you just have to hope your manager doesn't ruin it. Good place for advancement if you are a "professional". This company is very focused on health and wellness of their employees.
Great technology to work with, a successful organization
Salary usually runs lower than competitors due to "good benefit package".
Overall the entire company has been outstanding to work for. However, due to changing circumstances in my personal life (new baby!) it has become increasingly difficult to be gone from home for several weeks at a time. The company is managed very effectively and we are a top producer in the Oil & Gas Industry. It has been an honor to be associated with this company and also to have made such strides in such a short time period.
Company takes care of us contractors (consultants) very well. A lot of freedom at work
EOG is one of the finest companies I have ever worked with. Great ideas from engineer's, hands and drilling consultants. A real team based company. Drill them fast and cheap and thats just what we did.
Production Foreman (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – November 11, 2015
Great place to work. Good stock options. Company is well managed and provides training for its employees to advance. I enjoyed working for the company and would have stayed if my area was not sold off.