GM oilfield & Trucking Services, llc

Discussion in 'Oilfield Trucking Forum' started by Flat Earth Trucker, Aug 4, 2023.

  1. Flat Earth Trucker

    Flat Earth Trucker Road Train Member

    Nov 19, 2018

    Anybody know anything about vacuum trucks and are these drivers this well-compensated?

    I've taken the liberty of inserting your email into the required field regarding job placement.
    :p :D :biggrin_25525: :bom: :lol:

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  3. Chinatown

    Chinatown Road Train Member

    Aug 28, 2011
    Henderson, NV & Orient
  4. RockinChair

    RockinChair Road Train Member

    Feb 19, 2012
    CC, TX
    That pay range sounds very optimistic for a company driver.
  5. O.Henry

    O.Henry Road Train Member

    Sep 1, 2012
    San Antonio,TX.
    Shhhhhh ,he’s gonna take the bait!!
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  6. The Crossword Trucker

    The Crossword Trucker Road Train Member

    Feb 21, 2015
    Rumor has it that the Permian is thriving but they are really trying to keep things steady rather than have the boom bust cycle which seems to bite them in the arse every time
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  7. Dadetrucking305

    Dadetrucking305 Heavy Load Member

    Sep 15, 2011
    Sounds very high for a company driver in the Texas oilfield.They don’t have a shortage of people here like in North Dakota when it was booming.Lots of non English speakers here with International commercial licenses (Mexican License).I saw that company posting a lot when it was still booming up until sometime in 2015 and just looked on CL not too long ago and saw that they were posting gain.

    As far as the job it kinda sucks.Most of the time you are doing production work which is sucking production water from the wells and taking it to a disposal.Service work is usually were you go to active drilling sites to suck out a tank,suck up spills,etc.By the end of the day your clothes are nasty.Hazards are always H2S,and big *** rattlesnakes.But if there’s really good money in it then it’s worth it.
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  8. Deadwood

    Deadwood Heavy Load Member

    Dec 24, 2016
    Look at the price of oil for the last 10 years. It looks pretty steady to me. Except very briefly in 2016 and 2020. Both recovered quickly.

    2020 was caused by white collar, trading rheetards who were desperate to get out of oil futures contracts they were going to have to take delivery of but had nowhere to store the oil.

    The company I was with at the time had pipeline going down to the gulf coast. People were piping oil into barges and having them sit off the coast until the price of oil recovered. My company said “you can use our pipeline, but we have to haul it” so all of Covid we were busting our balls going six days a week. That drop in 2020 didn’t affect me at all.

    Take a deep dive into researching “renewable” solar and wind energy and you’ll find that all those new Teslas and electric bicycles will have to be powered with fossil fuels or nuclear energy. Since the green lobby hates nuclear for some reason, the price of oil won’t be dropping for an extended period. Even in the case of war with China/Russia. The oilfield is one of the safest places you can be right now.
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