Oasis Petroleum Employee Reviews

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meh
hand (Former Employee), WILLISTONJune 6, 2015
Pros: decent pay and benefits
Cons: you cant move up unless you're the cliq.
This review is strictly for OWS.

Unorganized. Horribly unorganized.
There are three frac coordinators and two are worthless.
Most of the frac management acts too good to talk to a regular guy.
A majority of the current field supervisors are only supervisors because of the Buddy system.
There is a shortage of equipment.
Lots of yard time.
There is no standard among the crews at all.
Operators treat equipment like sh....
There is ZERO accountability and no consequences.
If you like to drink frequently or have a southern accent you'll move up fast no matter how dumb you are.
75% of the people are just showing up to collect a check.
If you aren't Caucasian there is nothing you can do to get fired.
Short staffed on mechanics. Nothing gets fixed, ever.
You never see supervisors on yard days.
There is absolutely no training except for SAFE O
SAFE O is a joke.
The pay period is wacky.
DTA on your crew.
No one takes responsibility for anything...
The office people are worthless.
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Fast paced production with team oriented atmosphere
Operator, Oilfield Services (Current Employee), Williston, NDJune 1, 2015
A typical day would include assembling and/or disassembling iron pipe, connecting hoses and monitoring flow and pressure. I learned how to become an efficient equipment operator for the fracturing process of oil wells and how to control well pressure through the use of various types of equipment. This job was team oriented and had a great sense of comradery. The hardest part of the job was working under extreme and severe weather conditions. The extreme cold would effect equipment not working properly. The most enjoyable part of the job was finishing the work on a well ahead of or on schedule.
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Fast paced place to work
Fracturing Engineer I (Current Employee), Williston, NDFebruary 2, 2015
Pros: great pay, benefits
Cons: terrible management, no advancement unless you are in the click
compensation is good, but management works on a buddy system instead of leadership ability so you don't move up if you aren't drinking buddies.
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Overall an excellent company to work for.
Hot Shot Driver (Former Employee), Williston, NDDecember 16, 2014
I enjoyed my time with Oasis petroleum, brief as it may have been.
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Great growing company with many great benifits
Operator (Current Employee), Williston, NDNovember 9, 2014
Pros: very good money for entry level
Cons: to far away from home
Great company and industry to work in but being so far away from home was too much with a new daughter.
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Great People to work with
Field Supervisor 2 (Former Employee), Williston, NDOctober 17, 2014
Pros: great people
Cons: needs to slow speed of growth
Being only 8 years old and growing faster than keep. Supervise the day to day activities and jobs for the 2nd frac fleet. Manage well site locations
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Excellent Leadership
Senior Operations Recruiter (Former Employee), Houston, TXMay 17, 2014
Oasis Petroleum is run by outstanding individuals. Generous compensation plans, exciting company growth and expansion, enthusiastic team members, beautiful accommodations.
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Unstable
Consultant (Current Employee), FieldApril 9, 2013
Take responsibility for all pipe tallies, particularly those regarding critical operations such as kick off points, top of fish, packer depth etc. Fishing with coiled tubing and with pipe to retrieve tools and lost objects in well bore. Drilling out plugs and circulate to clean sand from well bore. Performing rod ups for setting pumping units.