Employment Index

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1. Employment in the Oil Patch: The Story of One Short Fingernail LINK

2. Finding a Job in North Dakota: The Bakken Formation: LINK

3. Finding a Job in North Dakota: The Bakken Formation: Spillover LINK

4. Finding an Oil Patch Job in Texas: The Boom in 2012 (and Ongoing) LINK

5. Hauling Water in the Oil Patch: The Good, the Bad, and the Customer LINK

6. How I Reinvented Myself…HOW Many Times? LINK

7. How To Get a Trucking Job with the Highest Pay LINK

8. How To Put Your Tanker Trucks To Work in North Dakota LINK

9. Manual for Oil Patch Water Hauling with the 130 Barrel Tanker, Chapter One: Pretrip LINK

10. Manual for Oil Patch Water Hauling with the 130 Barrel Tanker, Chapter Two: Loading Fresh Water LINK

11. Manual for Oil Patch Water Hauling with the 130 Barrel Tanker, Chapter Three: Blowing Off a Load LINK

12. Manual for Oil Patch Water Hauling with the 130 Barrel Tanker, Chapter Four: Hauling Produced Water LINK

13. Manual for Oil Patch Water Hauling with the 130 Barrel Tanker, Chapter Five: Miscellaneous Considerations LINK

14. So You Want to Start a Trucking Company to Haul Water in the North Dakota Oil Patch LINK

15. The Oil in North Dakota: Drilling Rig Activity LINK

16. Truck Driving School LINK

17. What You Need To Know Before Hauling Water In the Oil Patch LINK

2 thoughts on “Employment Index

  1. lol; I too worked in the oil patch but as a contract welder. ( Not a dobber). I built entire rigs and serviced them in the field. My little company also built rigup trucks back in the oil boom days when I lived in Oklahoma.

    LOL I repaired a few water trucks too. One was so rusted out I ACTUALLY PUT ON DIVING EQUIPMENT AND USED UNDERWATER GROUT AND EPOXY inside the guys tank. It worked just fine. Just goes to show it never hurts to be versed in as many professions as you can think of.

  2. There are definitely plenty of us who’ve worked in the patch at one time or another. Love the underwater grout and epoxy fix. That’s one of the “things in common” that bind me and my wife together–not epoxy per se, but the fact that both of us excel at jury rigged solutions, much like any good Jeff Foxworthy redneck.

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