Grant Writer, QAQC Specialist (Current Employee) – Houston, TX – June 11, 2018
8am-5 pm Deepens understanding of disaster recovery, air/water/gas quality control Management is flexible and direct Gathering information of client is sometimes time consuming Relaxed environment most of the time
CDL Class A Driver/J.R Operator (Former Employee) – Laredo, TX – June 10, 2018
I was able to build my skills and learn so much about the oil&gas industry. It was an excellent place where I can always be able to go back to if needed.I traveled a lot work though Very Hot and Freezing cold temps but aslo got to experience a brotherhood with all my Oilfield coworkers and managers
Operator (Current Employee) – Houma la – March 30, 2018
We got bad salesman and to much favoritism they work the people they know and all the cheap works and leave the long term works at home that been there when there was no work and when the work picked up we were ready to go to work that's what I don't like if I wait for you for months you should put me to work when it pick up not put cheep labour and still let your long term employees starve
Well Technician (Former Employee) – Morgantown, WV – March 25, 2018
Not a terrible place to work. Expect long hours and all weather conditions type of work. And be willing to drive 50+ miles to and from job sites. The hardest part of the job was lifting 10ft sections of 1502 steel pipe for sales or flare lines. Total back breaking work but will keep you fit, no doubt.
Jr. Water Management Operator (Current Employee) – Midland, TX – February 8, 2018
The hardest part of the job, is the 12-16 hour days 7 days a week. There is no scheduled time off. And you must be there for a year before you get paid time off. There is no guarantee that you get any time off.
Accountant (Former Employee) – The Woodlands, TX – January 31, 2018
TETRA is an excellent company to work for, but some of the people they have in management are terrible. They get by with treating people however they want and there are no consequences. They stick with the "right" people and end of getting away with it
Roustabout/Derrickhand/Safety Man (Former Employee) – Houma, LA – January 16, 2018
Great company to work for when you are just beginning an offshore career. You will learn a lot and move up within the ranks quickly. However, you may be the first to let go during a recession if you aren't a favorite.
often let the top employees go during a tough year
Tetra Technologies has too much Bureaucratic problems
P & A Specialist (Supervisor) (Former Employee) – Houma, LA – December 6, 2017
Tetra Technologies would be an excellent place to work if not for all the managers. Not all the managers were bad, but you never had the same manager. Some managers would keep thier relatives working before anyone else
Cook outs and out of town trips
Stressful work place. Could not count on managers to back you up in the field.
Lead Filtration Operator(Oil Field Supervisor) (Former Employee) – Saudi Arabia – September 15, 2017
There is daily routine equipment maintenance in preparation for onward load out for any call up from rigs.Acquired basic knowledge and specialized on well completions services (Filtration of assorted fluids using filtration equipment, Mixing and Maintenance of Kill fluid mud weight).Good management team with high standard work place culture.The challenges on the job is the extreme harsh weather conditions working in desert and the most enjoyable part of the job is working with Tetra team full of understanding, cooperation,formidable and hardworking personnel.
Water Management Operator (Former Employee) – Mansfield, PA – September 9, 2017
If you go to that yard with any experience be ready to start training guys with no experience to become frac leads, this place is a joke no wonder why they are on the edge of losing jobs and everything poor workers and higher ups you'll be lucky if you even get a day off don't follow any of their policys. ALSO they don't use power tools for rig up or rig down.