Level II - MWD Night hand (Former Employee) – Fort Worth, TX – June 11, 2018
You show up on the oil rig. hustle to get your setup up and running build your tools and be ready to drop your tools in the well. once you're tool is in the drill string. youre going to monitor the surveys of where the sell is going in actual time for the directional driller
Working here was a dream job, it had its moments but over all this place was great to work the Managers were very supportive and the overall support from the people you worked with were great. I highly recommend working here.
Great company to work for and is very well structured. Very family oriented place and understanding of family situations. Enjoy that they don't micro manage your daily activities and expect you to give 110% effort on your daily task. Allow us to use our own ideas to generate more business. Stand behind their employees and their decisions.
MWD Field Engineer (Former Employee) – Ft. Worth, TX – August 3, 2015
Managed well site survey equipment and prepared reports. Checked the quality of obtained data • Maintained MWD equipment, fielded survey reports, and represented Boreview on location • Ensured the company’s assets on location were maintained in good working order, protected from damage and ensured equipment needs were communicated to MWD Coordinator in a timely manner • Recorded operational data and completed relevant job documentation as set out by operations department guidelines • Provided external customers with relevant information regarding job progress, problems, solutions and accurate job data • Provided operational advice on relevant equipment operational specifications to third party personnel in a professional manner • Worked safely at all times and ensured that all safety standards were met and maintained
Wireline Operator/ Surveyor (Former Employee) – west alexander, PA – April 13, 2015
On call for jobs 24/7 except 2 weeks vacation. typical work rate is 1 job a day but could be 2 or 3 jobs in a row or no work for days. Jobs could last anywhere from 4hrs to 2 weeks but are typically 8-12 hrs. Typically complete jobs with one other person. Good employees for the exception of one. Hardest part is not being able to plan anything outside of work, long hours, time away from family. Enjoyable part is traveling and decent pay.
In 2007, I broke out directional drilling for MultiShot. I absolutely love working for MS and do not ever plan on leaving unless I'm able to get a drilling consultant position. They have proven to actually care about me and my family. The directional operations managers and coordinators do their best to split all of the days between all of the directional drillers and work with us if we need specific days off for personal reasons.
Wireline Operator (Former Employee) – Oklahoma City, OK – March 13, 2013
A typical day consist of us getting called out in the middle of the night or day to go run a survey around # hours away. Consisting of us waiting on the rig hands or company man to give us the go ahead to run down hole. Long hours and lots of driving but well worth it. Co-workers are easy to get along with and it was a blast getting to deal with different people all the time. The hardest part of the job was not nowing when you would get called out but was also the most enjoyable part as well because that meant more money.
Great Pay, Decent Benefits, friendly folks for the most part
Directional Driller (Former Employee) – PA – September 5, 2012
Great Job. Lack of reliability in Lead hands. Management was fair. Extremely long hours and added expectations of inexperienced consultants, were a bit unsettling, but over all alot of potential, and many fine folks.
Negative unstable environment - daily uncertainty of job poor organization - no job delegation poor leadership skills - allowed emotions to run high and get in the way of productivity unclear objectives
easy access to lunch venues
managements educational level is below a bachelors in anything