Production Operator (Former Employee) – Encinal and catarina area – June 26, 2018
I had like 30 wells on my site take reading of them check pressure and that was flowing correctly,check all my check all mu equipment make sure everything was working properly if not had to replace damage equipment,some times had to sope them depending on well (low press wells) take readings and make sure my wells had had production properly and at the end of my route had to make reports and zink all my production of Gas,Oil and water.
Fracc and shop mechanic (Former Employee) – Encinal, TX – June 24, 2018
Lewis Energy was a safe, productive work place, great management and a typical day at was was always positive.I learned and was trained to work on all equipment frac pumps, blenders, hydration. great environment.
Oil Rig Floor Hand (Former Employee) – Encinal, TX – April 11, 2018
Fast-paced work environment. Collaborative team work. Good rapport with supervisor and co-workers. Able to manage home and work life effectively, due to rotating schedule. Had job security and room for advancement. Good place to work.
Procurement Manager (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – February 9, 2018
Developed and managed a company wide program transition for all procurement and materials activities from existing manual operating systems to the Enertia Software Enterprise Solution for upstream Oil & Gas companies.
Emergency operations technition (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – October 26, 2017
Lewis was a great place to work. It was very much a family type atmosphere. I wasn't there long before there was a company picnic and outings but they treated my like I had been there for years. Hours were flexible and you could work as much as you like over 40 within reason. Training was structured and though some procedures were vague, common sense would help fill in any gaps. Leadership was available 24/7 for those odd situations. Mr. Lewis was very pleasant and incredibly personable to talk to and seemed genuinely interested about you, your background, and family.
Family atmosphere, paid vacations and bonuses, flexible schedule, right people in the right positions
Your are just a number for them. No personal or individual needs are ever considered.
Lead Dispatcher, Field Services Department (Current Employee) – Encinal, TX – August 4, 2017
If you have a background in the armed forces, you may enjoy working for Lewis. No space for job improvement suggestions or for a more creative approach to what they are already doing-- entrepreneurial style need not apply. Stick to what you are told and sucking up to your boss, will keep you employed.
Operators use compression engines that direct the fluid into machines that separate oil and natural gas. Workers perform maintenance and assembly duties for pipes, machinery, vehicles, gauges and oil meters. They are also responsible for shutting down wells in adherence to production schedules.
Emergency Communications Tech (Former Employee) – San Antonio, TX – May 24, 2017
Training for new position is less than desired. You are given once chance to perform duties perfectly. If the duties are not performed perfectly, you do not get a second chance or feedback to improve--you get terminated.
Completions Site Supervisor (Former Employee) – Encinal, TX – March 23, 2017
One word, nepotism! Most management is family or family friends of owner so there is no upward mobility, but the day I got there everyone said, WOW there is so much room for upward mobility. We worked long days with no support from office and little to no knowledge of senior management.