Most days started out with early morning meetings. Usually tied up in some kind of meetings about 40% of the day, whether it be team meetings, individual meetings with production or drilling. I learned a lot from the engineers, especially the older more experienced engineers. They took the time to teach and show you why we were doing things a certain way, and how it's done. This made for a better understanding of my job. Management is passive aggressive, they are hard on the workers that work very hard and extremely lax on the ones that do not. I was constantly road by my manager there to get more things done. I was working the load of 3 people and was on call 24/7. Most of my co-workers were self sufficient and we worked very well as a team. There were a few we had to pull the load for and management was aware. The Hardest part of the job was wanting to get everything you had planned done by the end of the day, which never happened. I was always taking work home. I loved what I did, and most of the people I worked with. It was fantastic being a part of something from the ground up and see it come to fruition.