Weatherford to Hold Biggest Wireline Hiring Event of 2017

Overview: Weatherford is holding our biggest Wireline hiring events this year in Odessa on August 23rd – 24th and again on August 29th and 30th. These events are for Experienced Engineers and Operators only and you must apply and be invited to attend. See this attached flyer for details. Positions being hired: Sr. Wireline Operator:

Continue Reading

STEP Energy Services Central Alberta Hiring Fair

The Event: Calgary based STEP Energy Services will be hosting a hiring fair in Red Deer Alberta on Wednesday August 23rd from 11am-7pm. Many positions available! Positions being Hired: STEP will be hiring for the following positions: Coiled Tubing Services Pumping Services Nitrogen Services Fracturing Services & Logistics Field Maintenance & Electronics Technicians About STEP

Continue Reading

Alberta Set to Become Canada’s Fastest Growing Economy – Again

Alberta’s economy is more than just back on its feet, it’s about to run faster than any other region in Canada. Gross domestic product in the western province will rise by 2.9 percent this year, according to a Bloomberg survey of economists. That matches forecasts for neighboring British Columbia, and in 2018 Alberta comes out

Continue Reading

Oil and Gas Industry Supports More than 10 Million US Jobs

A new study conducted by PricewaterhouseCoopers for the American Petroleum Institute, shows that the natural gas and oil industry supported 10.3 million US jobs and added $1.3 trillion to the nation’s economy in 2015. The study found that jobs supported by the industry increased by 500,000 since 2011 and showed that all 50 states, whether

Continue Reading

Keystone XL Looks for More Customers

TransCanada is soliciting additional commitments to ship oil on revived Keystone XL project. TransCanada Corporation has said it still expects commercial support for its controversial Keystone XL oil pipeline, countering speculation that it was having trouble finding customers for the long-delayed line. Keystone XL, rejected by the Obama administration and then revived by President Donald

Continue Reading