Texas Pride Fuels, Ltd. Employee Reviews

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Very Disorganized
Auto Fuel then moved to Transport Driver (Former Employee) –  Midland TexasAugust 21, 2018
SUPERVISORS FOR TRANSPORT DRIVERS VERY DISORGANIZED!!!!
When things are running smooth, they want to change it and make it difficult. Supervisors not always willing to give directions to sites, request you to call other drivers who might or might not have directions.
Bunk houses are joke.
Cons
Supervisors are conflicting and disorganized!!!!
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Great place to work and get started in the oilfeilds
Fuel Technician (Former Employee) –  Springtown, TXAugust 11, 2018
Texas Pride Fuels has its ups and downs but definitely on the way up, and the best around as far as job opportunities. You have options to make more money and learn if you stay out working with no time off home. Texas Pride are flexible with their time and will work with you! I miss that a-whole lot... At the end the company cares about the employees safety and well being. If I have to come back to Texas Pride Fuels, I would come back in a heart beat!
Pros
You have Perdiem.
Cons
At times your food will exceed your Perdiem.
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Fun place
Fuel tech (Former Employee) –  Springtown, TXJuly 16, 2018
Easy money good people to work with, supervisors were friendly, they pay for everything you need except your boots but that's not to bad, gone 2 weeks home 1
Pros
Paid everything
Cons
Gone out of town
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It is a nice place to work though sometimes it can be difficult worki g with some people but with the help of supervisors.
Fuel Technician (Current Employee) –  Midland, TXJuly 12, 2018
The management is nice and there is no racist there.. Some workers can be racists especially when they see you as as a black person. The money they pay us is fair and we have lot of hours .
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Hard to find better in oilfield
AFSO (Current Employee) –  Midland, TXJuly 3, 2018
Good place to work. I am newer but you can definitely tell they care. I’ve been working in the oil field for a long time and this is good pay for an easy job that’s made pretty easy by the awesome automated system TPF has. It’s long hours but that’s the standard in the oilfield. Training is pretty solid and they’ll provide housing. So far so good!
Pros
Paid housing, good people all around
Cons
Hours but that’s how you get paid in oilfield
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Management and HR are not organizedz and don’t know how to run the jobs right.
Fueler (Current Employee) –  TexasJune 13, 2018
They throw you wherever they need you after they promise you to keep you in the area you live. Then they throw you anywhere to stay. Sometimes you gotta share a bed with somebody else because they’re not organized
Pros
6 days off
Cons
Poor management
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not enough pay
Fuel technician for all FRAC equipment (Former Employee) –  TexasJune 11, 2018
I was not impressed with this company or how they treated there employees .the management was decent but the supervisers were hard to get in contact with and disorganized not very prompt at responing back .
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Great people to work around
Petroleum Technician (Former Employee) –  Springtown, TXMarch 22, 2018
I would say that I would go back if the pay was more and they offered better insurance. I also thought that it may be better if they overcalled improved the quality of their trucking equipment.
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Was not happy with the job
Fuel Technician (Former Employee) –  Springtown, TXMarch 7, 2018
I was not impressed with this company or how they treated there employees .the management was decent but the supervisers were hard to get in contact with and disorganized not very prompt at responing back .
Pros
My co workers were decent and easy to get along with
Cons
The supervisers were hard to get in contact with while on the job and the pay was not very well
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I loved working for Texas fuel, something new that I have experience , really a good job and good benefits
Fuel Technician (Current Employee) –  Springtown, TXMarch 5, 2018
Very payed back job, really enjoyed what I do, everyone I worked with was very friendly, an did they job. Was a very new environment and something different that I have experience
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Lead a four to six man team on frac locations driving hazmat diesel trucks operating the PTO pulling hoses across location fueling farc equipment work
Frac Drivers (Former Employee) –  Midland, TXFebruary 10, 2018
Lead a four to six man team on frac locations driving hazmat diesel trucks operating the PTO pulling hoses across location fueling farc equipment working with a helper being able to identify all peace’s of equipment communicating directly to company mans treaters and engineers submitting all paperwork JSA and time sheets included
Pros
Steady work
Cons
No home time
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Productive
Receptionist (Former Employee) –  Pleasanton, TXJanuary 15, 2018
Really good environment. Always having something to do. Employees friendly and welcoming. Always having customers coming in and receive packages. I liked working there.
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Do not waste your time applying not worth it
Driver (Former Employee) –  Midland, TXJanuary 8, 2018
Pay is a joke and if you ever get injured good luck your on your own and treated like your less than everyone else .Hours can be good depending on position.Overall not worth it.
Pros
Family time depending on your position
Cons
A lot such as poor management and equipment
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It was ok.
Fuel Technician (Former Employee) –  Springtown, TXNovember 8, 2017
It was very stressful.You might like it or may not. It was good money if you had a lot of hours. At times some people like to play the role of a supervisor.
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The only benefit of this place is that it does help pay the bills
Automated Fuel System Operator (Former Employee) –  Springtown, TXApril 16, 2017
The job description that you're given is not what you actually carry out.
You do learn how to perform the job that you are responsible for doing.
The management is a joke. It's laughable how unorganized it is. They speak to you like you're incompetent or ignorant. They will not help you under any circumstances.
The hardest part of the job is dealing with the aforementioned management. Also the hardest part is dealing with people that should not have been hired to begin with. And the fact that the "living conditions" that you are forced to stay in are absolutely disgusting.
Pros
One week off at a time.
Cons
Everything else.
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Great place to work if you enjoy the Oilfied
Employee (Current Employee) –  TexasDecember 26, 2016
Texas Pride Fuels gives employees a chance to succeed. If you work hard and do a good job, you will be rewarded. Management has a lot on their plates and do their best to always be available and help. The job isn't overly difficult but it does take a certain person to be able to handle working in the industry.

Labor is required and there are days with long hours. The job is outside so you are subject to the changing weather conditions. Overall, it is a good place to work and a good place to get your foot in the door if you want to get into Oil and Gas.
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Texas Pride Fuels
Fuel Transport Driver (Former Employee) –  Springtown, TXNovember 30, 2016
A hard days of work in the Oilfield start off by making sure you have on the proper PPE for safety then making sure you properly do a pre-trip on your truck. after logging into your drivers log book its time to delivery the fuel. after you make a drop off you then have to load your trailer back to the legal limit. this was my first oilfield transport job I've learned a lot on how to propel shift and down shift while driving loaded in all kinds of weather. also learning how to driving in roommate areas and city areas safely. Ive learned how to properly operate a PTO system connecting the hose to the belly valves in order to load and unload fuel.
Pros
high paying job
Cons
away from family for a month
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Great Company
Supervisor (Current Employee) –  Pleasanton, TXNovember 9, 2016
Great company to work for. Family Atmosphere. There are times when you have to work long hours, but management is accommodating with time off, and is always there if you need anything. Laid back atmosphere as long as you are doing good work.
Pros
Atmosphere, Pto, 401k, Insurance
Cons
Long Hours
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Good job, poor management all around
Fuel Technician (Current Employee) –  Midland, TXAugust 26, 2016
Great benefits, good job if you're single. If you're married and want a decent check you might as well live at the bunkhouses. Supervisors are young and poor people skills. It's bottom of the barrel so called oilfield job. Very easy, too many young and immature coworkers. Poor equipment, trucks are always breaking down. And God forbid you need extra time off.
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great company
Sr. Operations Analyst (Current Employee) –  Springtown, TXAugust 26, 2016
Great company to work for. Upper management has always been interesting in helping me learn new tools and grow as an employee.
Pros
management is very accommodating and understanding
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