If you want to work in the oilfield

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  1. SavageMuffin

    SavageMuffin Medium Load Member

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    idk if you’re joking or not but I did talk to a ARNG recruiter about re enlisting lmao.
     
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  3. LDLWells

    LDLWells Heavy Load Member

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    I'm waiting on an age waiver
     
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    SavageMuffin Medium Load Member

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    you get your waiver?
     
  5. LDLWells

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    We couldn't come to terms. He referred me to the air national guard so I'm going through that process right now
     
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  6. SavageMuffin

    SavageMuffin Medium Load Member

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    right on.
     
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  7. LDLWells

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    Looking at air traffic control or one of the cyber fields. I'm looking for oilfield pay at 40 hours a week
     
  8. SavageMuffin

    SavageMuffin Medium Load Member

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    lmao it’s a fantasy of mine
     
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    This is an interesting thread. As of today, Sept 9th, Ive been in the Williston area for 10 years as a contractor. There are a lot of changes in place since it is so slow... the oil companies have more clout in contract negotiations, and one of the bigger things seems to be a crackdown on sub contractors. There is still work to be had, I am busy, but it is much, much quieter with the exception of side dump and belly dump work. I currently haul NGL in bottles, crude, and condensate. Not a lot of sand work although I am seeing some frac companies showing a few signs of life with a crew or two back on. I figure just get through this coming winter and re evaluate in spring. Hows everyone else doing in the Bakken?
     
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  10. bonder45

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    I landed a production run south of town no one wanted.

    It’s busy enough I hired someone to take it over for me and I still make money! Can’t go wrong with that!
     
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    Soon as the sand haulers started showing up I took a rock to the windshield. Cracked all the way through to the inside pane. I did not miss them
     
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