[Published in The Roughneck] 'Spokesperson’ isn’t a typical job descriptor for a member of a rig crew.
If you’re around Brooks, Red Deer, Grande Prairie or Lloydminster on Tuesdays and Thursdays, you may hear on the local radio station a message from CAODC.
[PUBLISHED IN Oilweek] Last November, the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors (CAODC) forecast that the drilling rig fleet in Canada would grow through 2012.
Published in The Roughneck (“Association’s Corner”)
Across western Canada, it’s not just rigs and crewsthat move regularly. Field data – information captured during operations – is always on...
[Published in The B.C. Oil and Gas Report] On rig sites across western Canada, the fuel tanks all display large decals.
April is the month when land-based drilling rigs and well servicing rigs celebrate the safety successes of the previous year. CAODC hosts two evening banquets to celebrate the crews who made these achievements...
(published in Oilweek) This winter, the heaviest workload will fall not to the leasesite or wellsite. Rather, in the months ahead, personnel departments will shoulder the weightiest task: staffing rigs.
PUBLISHED IN The Edmonton Sun AND The Lloydminster Meridian Booster