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RE: Working in the Canadian oil sands: 6 figures in 6 months!
I'm going to be cocky here but add me to the list. A service provider gave me an offer. Pretty much 4X my income. Thank you again scotian. I have a lot of people to thank as well as work to do for the next few hours. I still have no idea how the company found me, maybe one of the thousands of job applications I have sent over the years finally hit their mark.

I elaborated here and for anybody that wants to turn their life around opportunities are always out there you just have to put yourself out there:
https://www.rooshvforum.com/thread-57296...pid1946668

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There are a couple of companies hiring Canadians down in New Mexico/Texas....pay isn't great and they must be making a mint off the Canadian workers.....still its gotta beat -40!
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(03-05-2019 07:08 AM)hedonist Wrote:  There are a couple of companies hiring Canadians down in New Mexico/Texas....pay isn't great and they must be making a mint off the Canadian workers.....still its gotta beat -40!

I talked to a baker tech up here who has been sent to Texas several times this year. They're having trouble holding on to guys. He said they're so busy there that everyone keeps jumping ship to go elsewhere for more pay haha. I just applied to a few gigs in Texas, maybe some Americans will be willing to train me in the skills I want that these Canadians refuse to do. Would love to get on a rotation there if I wanted to stay in this industry full-time.
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Is this still legit? I’m down?
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It’s not as good as it once was, the glory days are gone but some of us are still doing fairly well.

God damned them all, I was told we'd cruise the seas for American gold, we'd fire no guns-shed no tears, now I'm a broken man on a Halifax pier, the last of Barrett's privateers!
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RE: Working in the Canadian oil sands: 6 figures in 6 months!
Haven't posted in a while. I got into the oil field, and got a pretty shitty job. But I did make a lot of connections as to where some guys with a company said I could probably apply with a cdl permit and get a much better job by the end of the month just because there was a huge shortage of drivers on their shift.

One thing I noticed is the insane turnover rates. only 5 guys have stayed with the company longer than 6 months. in the past month we lost all the night shift guys ( 5-8 guys, not being specific) and the company had to hire literally anyone to make up for it. I'm about to jump ship also, got my foot in the door and i'd be a fool to let it go to waste.
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^^

I might eat my words but as long as you're getting paid more money work is work. I bumped into an excoworker of mine months ago who currently works at TSA and as far as I know he wouldn't come back to the food industry for a significant paycut. You could always work a "balanced" job like some of the food industry jobs I've worked and still be unhappy.

I will say this since day 1 I'm not going to be working in the oil industry forever I will be reinvesting my money into location independent businesses. I know I can multiply my income now and not settle for scraps. Always be making dat $$$$

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Hey guys, I need some advice.

I was on here years ago and took the plunge and did very well out in the patch before the oil price tanked. Since then Ive been living around the world, the last couple years in a former Soviet country loving every minute of it, but..

Now, I am coming back to Canada to seek some better paying and work and building myself up again for a permanent future. I need some advice where are some of the best places to find decent paying work these days and or what industries and companies? I am completely out of the loop.

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RE: Working in the Canadian oil sands: 6 figures in 6 months!
1st week on the job here are my thoughts:

The industry is dangerous. Chemicals can kill you, someone could forget to inspect a scaffold, etc. If you're scared of heights I strongly suggest you take up rock climbing. On the first night I worked EMTs attended someone who was unconscious in the parking lot. Like Scotian said this isn't for everyone. In my case I need to pay off debt and wanted to leave the food industry because I was tired of the shit I had to deal with. I currently work the night shift 7PM-5:30AM and don't like it. I once had a 2 hour commute because I compete with the morning rush people and something happened where the lanes were jammed. A couple of my coworkers have commutes in the 1-1.5 hour range. You will meet very interesting people (brash 19 year olds, ex-business owners, vets, etc) and it's not unheard of for guys in their 50s to be working 16 hour days. I personally don't want to do this long term. I can't speak for everyone but in my company people work about 8 months out of the year. Financially speaking don't blow your paycheck on stupid stuff and you will not have to do this forever. Oil is cyclical so don't be the guy that buys a new truck and when they lay you off you have no idea how to pay that off.

The good:
The pay is in OT. Off the bat I rack in OT, something I rarely got in the food industry. Some companies will fly you out and give you per diem. There's a fair amount of downtime but have been told work can ramp up next week. I wish I could show you all the books, audiobooks, and podcasts I've knocked out in a matter of days. This is definitely a Fastlane option for MJ DeMarco fans here. Do this for a couple years and start your business.

And yes liberals (losers) get pissed off with what you do. My policy is to tell people I do janitorial work and change the conversation.

Going beyond the job
I have a degree and can always transition into that. Not sure if anyone on the thread mentioned this but I might transition into oil sales careers. I noticed a particular equipment company advertising their hardware and thought I could do that.

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Anyone do power generation in this field? Wrench on emergency generators?
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Well Alberta is officially dead for my trade. I came back from Latin America and blasted off resumes and checked out the union but heard absolutely nothing back.

Different story in BC. Blasted resumes out and got a job within a week. It's booming but you're going to make half of what you would in Alberta. There's a weird vibe too. Alberta was just giverrr. Here it seems like work life balance actually is the selling point in the lower mainland. Will be interesting to see how things go.
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Hi scotian,
I am 40 y young and PhD in geochemistry/Radiation protection. I have German/British dual nationality and speak also French. Do you happen to know whether there is demand for someone with my qualifications in the oil sands Industry?
Kind regards
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Anyone noticing a slowdown? It seems a lot of majors are laying off. I showed sperry drilling (halliburton) my auto logger system, they liked it, then a week later the manager I showed it to was laid off lol.
I check layoff message boards, there's insiders for each company and they're all reporting layoffs that don't make the news.

https://www.thelayoff.com/schlumberger
https://www.thelayoff.com/halliburton
https://www.thelayoff.com/devon-energy
etc..

Whoever buys anadarko petroleum is going to cut at least half of them.


Many of the boomers can't retire because they're getting laid off in their 50s, and I hear new graduates like engineers and geologists are having a really hard time with limited jobs.
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About six months ago I started the job hunt and tried to get back into the field. I couldn’t get any callbacks despite having experience and an engineering degree.

I ended up getting a software sales job offer, so I said fuck it and dove right into sales.

I’m not saying the oilfield is dead, but my search did not go well. It seems there is still a huge supply imbalance of jobs vs applicants.

Software sales, on the other hand, is booming.

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I’m flat our here in Alberta, been busy since January, currently on week 3 of a 6 week shutdown, working nights on a per diem job so the money is great. I have a two week break at the end of this month, definitely looking forward to recharging the batteries because I have another 6-7 week camp gig coming up after that. I may take an easy summer gig or even go on employment insurance for a few weeks because I have another big 60 day shut down down in September. Either way this will be my best year financially since about 2013 because I worked the winter, once I hit 120K gross I’m fucking off down south, hopefully by November.

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(03-24-2019 04:00 PM)ChicagoFire Wrote:  And yes liberals (losers) get pissed off with what you do. My policy is to tell people I do janitorial work and change the conversation.

Going beyond the job
I have a degree and can always transition into that. Not sure if anyone on the thread mentioned this but I might transition into oil sales careers. I noticed a particular equipment company advertising their hardware and thought I could do that.

How are you liking the job and industry so far?

Don't be afraid of the liberals, take pride in what you do. For some weird reason normies think we're some rough convicts, and some of the folks (casing crews, drilling crews, roustabouts) are but not all.....so normies tend not to fuck around with oilfield workers because they think we'll beat them up.

(03-25-2019 12:34 AM)ShotgunUppercuts Wrote:  Anyone do power generation in this field? Wrench on emergency generators?

Probably diesel generators but those are mostly third party rentals from Sunstate or United Rentals.

(04-20-2019 08:36 PM)flipper78 Wrote:  Hi scotian,
I am 40 y young and PhD in geochemistry/Radiation protection. I have German/British dual nationality and speak also French. Do you happen to know whether there is demand for someone with my qualifications in the oil sands Industry?
Kind regards

You're stuck working in the EU unless you can do the whole Canadian holiday visa thing. Your nationalities, languages, and degrees don't help much...maybe as a geologist? But then you're facing a lot of local competition.

(05-09-2019 10:25 AM)Disco_Volante Wrote:  Anyone noticing a slowdown? It seems a lot of majors are laying off. I showed sperry drilling (halliburton) my auto logger system, they liked it, then a week later the manager I showed it to was laid off lol.
I check layoff message boards, there's insiders for each company and they're all reporting layoffs that don't make the news.

https://www.thelayoff.com/schlumberger
https://www.thelayoff.com/halliburton
https://www.thelayoff.com/devon-energy
etc..

Whoever buys anadarko petroleum is going to cut at least half of them.


Many of the boomers can't retire because they're getting laid off in their 50s, and I hear new graduates like engineers and geologists are having a really hard time with limited jobs.

Yeah, it's been slowing down since Q3 last year. I called it on another website and everyone was like "we're hiring brah, gtfo!". HAL had some crews on furlough, paying them 40 hrs a week to stay at home, recently laid some of them off. Some frac companies went on a hiring bonanza two months ago, now laying off the same hands.


Drive down the STACK or I-40 in OKC and you'll see trucks parked at yards, Flexrigs stacked, and meth heads. The last part is normal though.

Fresh engineers are a two bladeed sword thing. On one hand they're being pussies for wanting Completions/Drilling Engineer positions or the holy grail, Reservoir Engineers straight out of school. Field Engineer positions are limited and new grads complain about the pay/work ratio, yes it sucks. It's not like old times where you did 2 years at SLB and went off to Conoco.

In reality, the job market really does suck for them. I know kids with a 3.7 out of PetEng at A&M/OU taking field engineering positions that pay 70-80K, some of them with lower (but acceptable) grades could only find Equipment Operator or Floorhand spots. My engineer even says "shit, I should just become an EO...I'd do the exact same thing and make 30K more."

Trump needs to get off Twatter and stop begging his terrorist-funding masters to keep prices low. The problem is that every mom and pop operator will try to produce more every time prices go up, so supply increases which bring prices down. Every fucker out there thinks they're the next XTO/CVX.

If anything, short service companies. You're welcome.


In a personal update:

We went from 6 frac fleets down to 1 in my district in 6 months, mostly due to incompetence...our last customer decided to end our contract early, they're downsizing too. Been in the yard for half a hitch, finally about to start a couple of jobs and see if we get some long term work. If not, get sent to Texas or probably get laid off. YOLO. They laid so many guys off that now we're short handed. Trying to work my days off to stack as much cash as possible. Just got off a 21-day hitch, pulled a 28/14 before that. So much for 14/7s hahaha. Just got the call if I wanted to work days off so my 21/7 just became a 21/3, at least location is already rigged up.

Get this money cuckbois.

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As much as I like to make jokes about Halliburton and having to apply for food stamps due to their low wages, they do get some cool gigs. Currently they're fracing in Argentina, China, Romania, and in the sea around Turkey. They're probably in some other places too but I haven't heard. They did a frac job in India not too long ago. It beats being in Oklahoma, NoDak or Texas. Calfrac has a yard in Siberia. FTSI (Frac Tech) is doing some JV shit in China.

The Frac Shack guy told me they're growing and hiring, if you make it to operator 2...you can go to Argentina where Halliburton is running 2 frac fleets. First hitch is a 3 weeks on/2 off then changes to 2 months on and 2 weeks off. Wouldn't mind that gig, all you do is lay some hoses for rig up and flip switches for your main job, taking off fuel heads at times. $20 an hour + per diem, 12-13 hours of pay a day. Not to mention, you're already in argentina so traveling around South America should be easy. Or you could stay in Western Argentina and live cheaply. H&P has some rigs over there. Offshore has picked up, ditto for Middle East. NSE and other staffing agencies on indeed are looking for coil/wireline operators in Abu Dhabi. 3 weeks on and 3 off but you need 1 year of experience. Baker Hughes is looking for folks in Africa for well testing, 1 year exp required. Thing is, if you have some experience as a hand....you can go international.

Lewis Energy is down in Mexico doing jobs by Reynosa/Coahuila with a yard in Nuevo Laredo AND Colombia (the country)! Not sure if they pay local wages or whats up. Their Mexican job openings are in English.

Just wanted to bring some positive vibes to this thread.

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(04-20-2019 08:36 PM)flipper78 Wrote:  Hi scotian,
I am 40 y young and PhD in geochemistry/Radiation protection. I have German/British dual nationality and speak also French. Do you happen to know whether there is demand for someone with my qualifications in the oil sands Industry?
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(05-10-2019 12:01 PM)Cattle Rustler Wrote:  As much as I like to make jokes about Halliburton and having to apply for food stamps due to their low wages, they do get some cool gigs. Currently they're fracing in Argentina, China, Romania, and in the sea around Turkey. They're probably in some other places too but I haven't heard. They did a frac job in India not too long ago. It beats being in Oklahoma, NoDak or Texas. Calfrac has a yard in Siberia. FTSI (Frac Tech) is doing some JV shit in China.

The Frac Shack guy told me they're growing and hiring, if you make it to operator 2...you can go to Argentina where Halliburton is running 2 frac fleets. First hitch is a 3 weeks on/2 off then changes to 2 months on and 2 weeks off. Wouldn't mind that gig, all you do is lay some hoses for rig up and flip switches for your main job, taking off fuel heads at times. $20 an hour + per diem, 12-13 hours of pay a day. Not to mention, you're already in argentina so traveling around South America should be easy. Or you could stay in Western Argentina and live cheaply. H&P has some rigs over there. Offshore has picked up, ditto for Middle East. NSE and other staffing agencies on indeed are looking for coil/wireline operators in Abu Dhabi. 3 weeks on and 3 off but you need 1 year of experience. Baker Hughes is looking for folks in Africa for well testing, 1 year exp required. Thing is, if you have some experience as a hand....you can go international.

Lewis Energy is down in Mexico doing jobs by Reynosa/Coahuila with a yard in Nuevo Laredo AND Colombia (the country)! Not sure if they pay local wages or whats up. Their Mexican job openings are in English.

Just wanted to bring some positive vibes to this thread.

A young man, without a solid career plan, could do a lot worse than working for Big Red. My time in the Bakken, during the boom, was spent on with little to no training wondering if I was going to blow a tank battery, truck, or facility sky high.

The training and equipment Haliburton offers is second to none, from what I saw. Sure the starting pay is low for the work and conditions, but after a couple years a young man can build a solid resume, if he takes advantage of all the training offered.

Choose a starting company wisely should you decide to build a career in the oil industry. The company I worked for payed great, but my prospects were severely limited when it came time to move on. None of the majors operating in the Bakken would hire from the company I worked for. Even the second tier companies balked. Any respectable company would snatch up a guy with Halliburton on his resume.
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Saw this instagram tag and though of this thread, #oilfieldgirl.

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Just read a really great book called The Moral Case for Fossil Fuels. https://www.amazon.com/Moral-Case-Fossil...591847443/

I recommend reading it to everyone working in the O&G industry (and also everyone else), because it clearly lays out why the industry isn't as bad as everyone says and why solar & wind are completely misguided.
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