FieldBridge Energy- info

Discussion in 'Oilfield Trucking Forum' started by All-American82, Jan 22, 2018.

  1. All-American82

    All-American82 Light Load Member

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    Ok, gonna take a chance.
    Does anyone have any info on FieldBridge Energy operations in Wyoming?
    Got an email from them from a job board and they "Are looking for Class A CDL Truck Drivers in Wyoming"
    I have 4+ yrs HAZMAT tanker experience delivering Chemicals to mines in western states Very familiar with Wyoming's brutal winters!
    Says, "rotational (15-6), Airfare, housing and meals provided"
    Any info would be greatly appreciated!
     
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  3. Utah Ditch

    Utah Ditch Light Load Member

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    I Got that email also a day or 2 ago
     
  4. PandaPancake

    PandaPancake Light Load Member

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    Oilfield is work. Looks like they do a lot of wireline and coil tubing. It's hourly though so you're looking at 60-70+ hours a week with a 24 hour restart
     
  5. Paddlewagon

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    Coil/wireline gigs are clocking closer to 100 hr weeks lately.......15/6 is gonna be 15 days on 6 days off living in hotels and/or man-camps. $70-80K should be easy peasy. Driving a truck is only 20% of the job.
     
  6. muthertrucker210

    muthertrucker210 Bobtail Member

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    This could be speculation but I think it might be schlumberger new trucking company p&sl. They used field bridge for the new hires among several other temp agencies. If that is the case they are looking for truckers, not equipment operators.

    I worked as a fleet supervisor in oklahoma last year before they canned their operations. I can say its 15 on call, 6 off. They have some serious hoops to jump thru and about 185,000 rules you must follow. But I can say all the equipment was brand new 2018 pete's and new heil pneumatic trailers. The hourly pay was decent $18-22 per hr
     
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  7. All-American82

    All-American82 Light Load Member

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    If you were looking for work, would YOU do it and/or recommend working for them???
    I am looking to make money and not in the $50K range. I'm used to the $95K PLUS range.
    98% of my Tank experience is delivering to mines or mine vendors. So my point is, I'm not opposed to working in this industry. I'm used to the mountain west (driving). It's SUPPOSED to be out of Cheyenne. And I live in SLC, Ut. Sooooo, Would you do it? If you're a driver I mean. Can someone who's motivated make GOOD money?


    Thanks
     
  8. speedyk

    speedyk Road Train Member

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    They are doing a session Weds in Cheyenne, I got an invite from another agency. Thank you to all who posted about the reality of it.
     
  9. All-American82

    All-American82 Light Load Member

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    Do you LIVE in Cheyenne? or are you rotating out? 15/6
    I'm supposed to have an interview this Tuesday.
     
  10. muthertrucker210

    muthertrucker210 Bobtail Member

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    No I would not work there as a driver even though I was hired as one lol. I didn't pass my driving test with them as they wanted everyone to be proficient at double clutching 100% of the time shifting, but their entire fleet is comprised of 100% automatics ha!!

    The issue that all the drivers had was they set up the schedule to limit your OT. So everyone starts on wednesday for their rotation, and ends on wednesday. That means you have wed-sat check(4 day), sun-sat check(7day), and a sun-wed check(4day).
    Basically that equals a 48hr, 84hr, and a 48hr best case scenario. But you have to remember you will have to take your reset also in that 15 day period, so you probably can't get the big overtime on the long week.

    Not a big money job, definitely not $95k + with a schedule like they have.
     
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  11. The Crossword Trucker

    The Crossword Trucker Heavy Load Member

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    wow that is effed up, seriously slimey and likely illegal
     
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