Operator (Former Employee) – Clairmont, AB – 17 October 2017
I wasn't there for very long so I don't have much to say. they got me the training I needed to get to enter into the oilfield including my class 1 and after that I moved on to more competitive companys
Operator (Former Employee) – Grande Prairie, AB – 20 May 2018
Has no work/life balance. Management is not open to employees and not willing to communicate. It is the worst company I know. Pay was not good. Not willing to provide training. Not ethnical, culture was not good.
Frac&Acid operator (Former Employee) – Clairmont, AB – 10 February 2017
I believe everyone has a unique opinion about the place to work. I consider myself a hard worker and responsible about the work I do represent. try to make it the best as I can and do help out the other people at work because I believe a team work. My main reason for finding another place to work, mostly because of being disrespected as a second language speaker or not having straight work schedule. Definitely there is sometime at work that is hard work time or easy day that we have to deal with it because of climate work condition and try to do my best in an appropriate way. I used to work in hot and cold days over 10 years that does not butter me if I work with good responsible people.
Operator (Former Employee) – Clairmont, AB – 12 January 2017
Working oil patch is not for everyone. Oil part is for people who are mechanically inclined, with good work ethics an excellent team players.
You are in a crew and they become your family, they are people who travels with you and spend most of the time with you at different locations far deep in the woods. You need to have passion and drive to handle the job.
Halliburton is a very nice experience and I would recommend to try it.
You learn many things and have the fun of driving heavy trucks on lease roads, highways and you really prove yourself.
Operator I - Frac / Acid (Current Employee) – Clairmont, AB – 24 March 2015
I love Halliburton - A few changes could be made with supervisors, but it's all good. Right now, due to low oil prices, my future is not secure here. I don't know if tomorrow is going to be my last day or not.
Service Operator (Former Employee) – Regina, Sk – 28 February 2015
Halliburton is a great place to work you have a lot of opportunities with learning new roles. A typical day here was a 12-13 hour shift working in all weather conditions. You had to be willing to travel I spent my time between MB,SK, and AB.
TCP operator (Current Employee) – Nisku, AB – 5 June 2014
decent company to start off working with, paid on a salary and bonus type pay which means you make money if there are lots of jobs lined up, but if contracts dry up so does your pay. Great place to gain experience.
Frac/acid. Blender operator (Current Employee) – Medicine Hat, Alberta – 3 March 2013
Good place to work. Equipment is a bit out dated and pretty worn out. Bonus structure is ok. Salary sucks Most co-workers are fine to work with Don't expect to see your family much with their 15 on and 6 off schedule. This would be a great job for the single person You either stay in hotels (usually very nice places) or in camps.
could easily make up to $8000 to $10000 a month when busy and when the equipment is working
long hours, low salary that you have to live off during spring break up, have to travel long distances to get to work