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Calfrac Well Services
Happiness rating is 71 out of 100Above average
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About the company

  • Founded
  • Company size
    1001 to 5,000
  • Revenue
    $1B to $5B (USD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining & Utilities


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E-tech in Pennsylvania
on June 27, 2021
A great paying job that was a terrible grind. Folks that were in it for themselves. Arbitrarily implented safety rules and just a toxic work environment in the field.
Frac Operator in Williston, ND
on May 27, 2021
Not much to say besides its about who you know. If you're in the in crowd its fine. If you work hard expect to be abused and treated like dirt to boot.
Frac Operator 3 in Smithfield, PA
on May 3, 2021
14.5 hr says min to 17 max, depending on pad location. If there is no work, you'll be limited to 40hrs a week in the yard. If you're used to frac life, seems like people from every other frac company end up here until they're done with the oilfield. Even then, many return. Many processes and equipment are outdated compared to elsewhere, but safety and spill record and service quality beats everybody else's and secures contracts. If you're new to the oilfield/frac, you'll have to wait until things boom again to get hired in Smithfield. Grand Junction and Williston are doing well. All districts train and pay for CDL in good times. Bosses are easy to get along with and co-workers are the best I've had. Have been all across the country with this company, so they do strive to keep you working when things slow down in your district. That can be good or bad depending on your outlook.
Supervisor in North Dakota
on April 16, 2021
Its the oilfield, when oils up its good and when its down it is what it is. Save your money for the slow times and enjoy the week off after 2 weeks of work. Help out and ask questions, show up when theres work to be done and make the best of it. Pay is the best in the region for completions so thats a plus.
Equipment Operator/Laborer in Smithfield, PA
on March 10, 2021
Just like the others same stuff different color. Decent pay. You get to sometimes visit different states and work there. Very valuable if you have a hazmat. Only con is the buddy system to move up. It's stupid such a great company with awsome pay and benefits but hard to move up because of "the big scary layoffs"

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Favorable experience
Interview is easy
Process takes about a day or two

Interview Questions

Do you have oilfield experience, do you have a current class A CDL and if so what endorsements, can you work long hours in a harsh environment on a 15/6 rotation?

Shared on May 3, 2021

Past experience, driving record, what I was looking for, etc.

Shared on April 13, 2020

I enjoyed my time there, and appreciated the opportunities offered. I gained confidence in my skills and added a number of new skills to my background from the job.

Shared on January 17, 2020

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