Land Agent (Current Employee) – Bridgeport, WV – December 6, 2016
Total emphasis on numbers to the exclusion of all else, including taking care of the lessors. I worked in-house and as a contractor. Employees are encouraged to treat contractors as totally expendable. The company has no regard for the individual at all... unless you're upper level management (director and above) at which point you are part of the "click" and can usually dictate your own agenda.
Analyst (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – September 12, 2016
Company has a tremendous amount of positives. However, once you are in the company, there are limited opportunities for advancement. That is the only downside to the firm. If you are looking for a place with a great work life balance, very competitive compensation, and enjoy working with talented individuals with strong professional credentials and aren't that concerned with moving up the ladder, than it would be hard to find a better place to work.
undisclosed (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – February 3, 2016
Company was looking to revamp approach many of it's functions in a very competitive market. Excellent visibility within the organization and access to top level managers. Very exciting dynamic place to work
Gas Measurement Specialist (Former Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 1, 2015
Responsible for the measurement processing services for the all of EQT Wells in the KYWV gathering system. Ensures that measurement information is collected, processed, calculated and retained according to industry standards, governmental regulations and contractual requirements. Coordinates and responds to the internal and external customer measurement audit requests. Perform technical data analysis or studies. Actively participates on various teams that deal with current and future measurement issues. Continually improves and maintains processes and computer systems to efficiently meet the measurement business needs. Works with field operations to prepare and provide current and historical meter information for the use of lost and unaccounted for gas. Works in conjunction with downstream business units and third party interconnecting companies to receive and provide third party volume information. Provide physical pipeline and lost and unaccounted for gas to other department within the organization.
Lease Analyst (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – October 7, 2014
The Land Administration department at EQT is not a good environment in which to be employed. Employees are not expected to perform typical lease analyst duties but instead required to act as customer service representatives, which is not a typical skill set of lease/legal analysts. Additionally, not every employee is held to the same standards and this department is borderline hostile. The management team lacks focus and does not possess the skills necessary in order to lead. Generally, employees in this department are unhappy and abused, which affects productivity greatly. I would not recommend working at EQT in this department.
Management midstream (Former Employee) – Pittsburg PA – July 29, 2014
EQT is an unfair place to work. The upper management and HR are very difficult to work for. They expect everyone to do more with less and your always to blame when the results fall short of corrupt expectations. Not all departments are ran the same in accordance with company polices. Some employees are wrote up for the smallest of infractions and in most cases terminated while others commit infractions that violate direct company polices that never get investigated. It is not a fair place to work! EQT has a high turn over rate and if your looking for a fair and just place to work on a career this is not the place for you. Your skills will not be used nor noticed you will have to become a yes man. They upper management does not like opinions and you will be talk down to for expressing them.
Unfairness, high turn over rate, difficult polices to follow, management attitudes
Productive, goal-driven company with great benefits
Senior Administrative Clerk (Current Employee) – Pittsburgh, PA – July 24, 2013
In production, a typical day consists of reviewing and processing accounts receivable from multiple vendors. Updating and maintaining the Bill of Lading spreadsheet for the all the water being hauled to the different well pads. Entering and updating all the costs in well view for the water haulers. Also, communicating with the engineering managers, vendors, and field technicians resolving old wells, closed GL codes, and JIRA tickets takes up some more time of the day. The day goes by so fast because there is always work to be done in production.
Free breakfast, free conference meeting at Resorts, 9/80 schedule
been very happy working here, I would like make change, but have not been successful in doing so because they have a tendency to get very comfortable with people where they are if they are doing a good job.