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Efficiently Connecting Technical Professionals with Oil and Gas Companies
Efficiently Connecting Technical Professionals with Oil and Gas Companies

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New job posting on drillers.com: Senior Drilling Engineer – Deepwater Houston/Alabama (US resident/citizen).

https://drillers.com/job/23486521/

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New job opening posted this week on drillers.com: DRILLING & WORKOVER SUPERINTENDENT : QATAR https://drillers.com/job/drilling-workover-superintendent-qatar/

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drillers.com Titan Interview #2 has just been published. Eric Roth shares some personal experiences from his life before O+G, as well as insights for today and the future. Some interview articles can be a bit stale, this one certainly isn't!

https://drillers.com/eric-roth-interview/

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The latest article on drillers.com is by Dave Messler, and discusses formation damage testing. He breaks down a topic that might seem complex, into a very understandable format. Dave runs training seminars on these types of subjects.

The greatest teachers can explain concepts in a way that people can grasp easily, no matter how complicated they might initially seem.

https://drillers.com/formation-damage-tests/

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Now that 'lower for longer' has been around for (more than) a while, is the next upturn around the corner? Who knows... With new discoveries at historic lows, and reservoir depletion marching on, a new boom is possible soon. With it will be new hires that will make a lot of money... Robert Crittenden offers these people some guidance...

https://drillers.com/oilfield-new-hires-big-spenders-big-losers/

Now that 'lower for longer' has been around for (more than) a while, is the next upturn around the corner? Who knows... With new discoveries at historic lows, and reservoir depletion marching on, a new boom is possible. With it will be new hires that will make a lot of money... Robert Crittenden offers these people some guidance...
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