STEP Energy Services
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About the company

  • CEO
    Regan Davis
    78%
    approve of Regan Davis's performance
  • Company size
    501 to 1,000
  • Revenue
    $130m to $650m (CAD)
  • Industry
    Energy, Mining, Utilities
  • Headquarters
    Bow Valley Square ll 120...
  • Link
    STEP Energy Services website

Headquartered in Calgary, Alberta, STEP Energy Services is a fully integrated, deep capacity coiled tubing, hydraulic fracturing and wireline solutions provider in North America. STEP operates in the Montney, Duvernay and Deep Basin in Canada. In the U.S., STEP provides coiled tubing, fracturing and cased hole and open hole wireline services in the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale Play in Texas, the Bakken Shale Play in North Dakota, as well as the Uinta-Piceance and Niobrara-DJ Basin in Utah and Colorado, respectively.

STEP delivers the expertise – the people, the equipment and the knowledge – required to improve operational efficiencies and productivity in extended reach wellbore designs. At the heart of STEP’s strategy is the company’s commitment to the execution of safe projects, its dedication to its team of field professionals and ultimately to providing oil and gas producers an Exceptional Client Experience.

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Rotation Manager

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Reviews

Coil Tubing Operator in Blackfalds, AB
on 15 November 2022
Very diverse work environment

Between rigging in/out operating the rigs and pumps to maintaining and repairing all equipment as well as all the driving, your always learning something new and keeping busy. I also enjoy all the traveling and working with the other professionals on the team.

Pump Operator in Blackfalds, AB
on 21 November 2022
Challenging and very rewarding

My time employed at STEP was very rewarding financially for starters. The RRSP matching alone has resulted in 6 digit savings over time. The wages were excellent and likely still are. Management did the best they could to support the employees at all times which was a huge relief compared to other work place experiences I’ve had. My fellow employees were among the best I’ve worked with. The work is challenging in a good way and when they say they strive for excellence they mean it. The equipment was without a doubt the best maintained I’ve ever worked on. I left for my own reasons and none of those reasons were due to the companies inadequacy. I will always be thankful to the good people I worked with and for the stability the job provided.

Frac Op in Red Deer
on 20 September 2022
Family like culture

Working at STEP was one of the best places I've ever worked. The frac crews are like family, you are put on a crew and that's your crew. You might fill in on other groups once in a while but the interview process allowed my manager to find the best fit for me and for them. We had great commradery on my crew and if I didn't have to move across the country, I would still be there. Amazing place to work.

Logistics Operator in Red Deer, AB
on 6 September 2022
Very productive and fun place to work at

Their company moto for employees EEE excellent employee experience is 100% true. I would definitely recommend working for STEP ENERGY SERVICES to all my friends as well as anyone else

Field Supervisor in Blackfalds, AB
on 21 April 2022
Worst Company to work for.

They should looks into who they are laying off. Most of this guys are well educated and smart. A word is enough for a wise Worst service Company to work for. They field managers can lay you off without any tangible explanations. They are unprofessional

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