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Great people to work with.
Driver Trainer (Former Employee), Cibolo, TXMarch 22, 2014
During my shift I would evaluate drivers.
I learned about the oil & gas industry.
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Chem Van Operator (Current Employee), Miles City, MTFebruary 21, 2014
Pros: family atmosphere
Cons: bad upper management
Alright place to work, most of the crews are decent but every crew has a few weak links that every one else has to pick up the slack for. They reserve nice rooms for you to stay at while you're in the field. Poor communication between upper management and the field, be prepared to redo the same task over and over again because management cant make up – more... their mind on how they want it done. Other than that they're an alright company to work for – less
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typical day scheduled and uscheduled maintenance on equipment
Mechanic (Former Employee), Riverton, WYFebruary 9, 2014
Pros: free food every friday
Cons: health care
work five months did not like oil field not enough mechanics to keep up with this location
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Great people to work with
Operator (Current Employee), Riverton, WYSeptember 16, 2013
Pros: great experience possibilities
Cons: family life is difficult unless they move with you.
If your single and want great experiences in the oil field. This is it.
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Rewarding and interesting work
Laboratory Supervisor (Current Employee), Miles City, MTAugust 11, 2013
Pros: gain experience in fracking and cemeting
Cons: weekend and night hours
Challenging work on designing frac fluids. Cementing designing and testing was a different challenge than frac fluids.
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Long days, no control over schedule, inflexible, 24/7 mentally.
Operator (Current Employee), Williston, NDApril 25, 2013
Pros: benifits and pay
Cons: to many to list
Will not work with employees to get time off to go home. Management thinks that the answer to the housing cries in the oil field is corporate housing and man camps. Don't care if your being worked into the ground. Will send you out reguardless of weather conditions. 24/7 mentally results in very long work days with no relief. Management is always trying – more... to find ways to pin the blame on employees for any accidents. Some co-workers are fun and upstanding, but others are just plain low lifes as the company is scraping the bottom of the barrel to find workers. I don't know that is a part of the job that is enjoyable. – less
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Just a job to help you along your way.
Crew Cabber (Current Employee), Miles City, MTApril 24, 2013
Pros: do care about family and other issues.
Cons: too high stressed and not a true value of safety or well being.
Learned that the oilfield has a long way to go if they are really going to make it a safer place to work for employees.
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Productive job/ Busy at times
Coiled Tubing Operator (Current Employee), Riverton, WYJanuary 5, 2013
Pros: good pay/time off
Cons: gets boring and slow at times
All outside work. Rigging up and rigging down are the only two parts that keep you busy. Other than that it is boring, long hours. I learned how to operate and maintain pumps. Good group of guys for the most part. Hardest part is putting up with the slow/cold times. Most enjoyable is rigging up and rigging down.
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Overall a good company to work for. Not perfect but not horrible either.
Frac (Former Employee), TXJanuary 5, 2013
A lot of experienced hands coupled with eager to learn green hats made for a productive mix, surrisingly.
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Enjoyed the crews I worked with.
Fracturing Services Treater (Former Employee), Cibolo, TXDecember 10, 2012
Pros: stable, thriving and growing
Cons: short handed at times
Normal frac schedule. Stayed busy on location.
I learned all aspects of fracturing from sand all the way up to supervisor, Calculations of hole volumes, Calculating clean/dirty rates, etc.
The people that work there are friendly and willing to teach.
Crew size was sometimes too small to move equipment efficiently.
I enjoyed the culture of the company.
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Great job
QC Tech (Former Employee), Williston, NDNovember 13, 2012
it was great working at Sanjel, had good management great people to work with, I loved every moment of my job there at Sanjel
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performs according to the book
Quality Control (Former Employee), Williston, NDJune 30, 2012
provided importain skills to better my working abillity was abale to have fun at work while completing task at hand overcome challenges stayed in shape great pay and scheduales
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Very family oriented company, unorganized though. Was looked over for promotions I qualified for more than the indiv who got the position.
Data Van Operator (Former Employee), Cibolo, TXApril 4, 2012
Can't complain about the comp, they comp you very well, but I'm lookn for a company that recognizes good exp.
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fun work but very dangers
COIL TUBING OPERATOR (Former Employee), williston , north daokatas usaApril 23, 2014
rig up rig down send coil tubing down hole 15000 feet to drill out fracking plugs, a weel can have 20 to 30 plugs to drill out each can take 3hours to drill. working on live wells is all was fun and you need to have your wits about you all the time. and it good when all in the teem watches out for each other. have driven hgv trucks with freash water – more... for fracking jobs in the oil feilds. and have worked as a carpenter for 15 years . – less