Included below is an updated list of workover rig companies in the drilling industry. And since industry demand has reached new highs, employment opportunities are now surging.
On the following page is a revised list of solids control companies in the drilling industry. Many of the companies that are included on this list are now in need of new employees. Texas, North Dakota, and Louisiana are...
Here is a growing list of drilling companies that have been hiring. Please reference this list and use its contact information to find out more about positions in the industry. Demand is now high.
For a current list of mud logging companies, feel free to reference the following page. Most companies are looking for new employees so they can keep up with today’s high levels of demand. This reference list is...
For an updated listing of Drilling Fluids Companies, continue on the following page. Contact information for each company is included, making it easier to get in touch with employers.
The average mudlogger salary is fast on the rise. To learn more about their pay rates and typical earnings in the field, continue to the following page. Demand for entry level mudloggers is now high.
The entry level Drilling Fluids Engineer Salary is fast on the rise. In the U.S., employers can offer over $68,000 for those starting out in the field. Find out more about their average earnings and pay rates by...
A drilling fluids engineer school trains entry level Mud Engineers how to effectively manage Mud out on a drilling rig. Learn more about training requirements and schools that are currently available here.
Entry level Mud Engineer jobs in states like Texas, Oklahoma, North Dakota, and Pennsylvania are now in demand. To learn more about how to get a job as a Mud Engineer, continue on the following page.
Mud engineer's salaries are really taking off. Entry-level pay rates have never been higher. Learn what mud engineers do, how much they make, and what training is required for the job.