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J Pet Technol 69 (12): 12.
Paper Number: SPE-1217-0012-JPT
Published: 01 December 2017
...John Donnelly Editor's column After 3 tough years of cost cuts and downsizing, the oil industry is seeing signs of new life in a lower-price environment. Companies are hiring again, salaries have rebounded, and large producers are posting profits. The oil and gas industry is finally hiring and may...
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J Pet Technol 52 (05): 16.
Paper Number: SPE-0500-0016-JPT
Published: 01 May 2000
...Katherine Ponds Career Management Series - No abstract available. 1 5 2000 1 5 2000 1 5 2000 1 5 2000 Negotiation Strategies: Salary and Compensation Packages SPE Career-Management Series 16 MAY 2000 An essential element of concluding the job-search process successfully...
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J Pet Technol 52 (03): 14.
Paper Number: SPE-0300-0014-JPT
Published: 01 March 2000
... Recruiters can be of value when you are making radical or major career shifts. Employers typically pay recruiters as much as one-third of an individual s annual salary to fill vacancies. They are compensated at that level because employers expect recruiters to screen potential candidates and identify those...
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J Pet Technol 52 (03): 8–14.
Paper Number: SPE-0300-0008-JPT
Published: 01 March 2000
... this document. upstream oil & gas march 2000 petroleum engineering consultant president young spe member catchment recruiter salary vacancy engineer spe transition specific vacancy spe member average age shortage employer Towards 2001 8 MARCH 2000 J o h n A . C o l l i g a n , 2 0 0...
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J Pet Technol 52 (01): 12.
Paper Number: SPE-0100-0012-JPT
Published: 01 January 2000
... this document. overseas salary engineering work force 12 JANUARY 2000 E v e S . S p r u n t , M o b i l E v e S p r u n t @ a o l . c o m Speaking Up Would you encourage your child or someone you care about to enter the oil industry? My e-mail query drew responses from 135 people in at least 10...
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J Pet Technol 51 (10): 14.
Paper Number: SPE-1099-0014-JPT
Published: 01 October 1999
... this document. revisit inexperience factor upstream oil & gas merger engineer real cost indirect cost new hire consultant mid-1990 salary 14 OCTOBER 1999 In my last column, I examined the advantages of hiring petroleum engineers over non-petroleum engineers. This month, I d like...
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J Pet Technol 50 (11): 16.
Paper Number: SPE-1198-0016-JPT
Published: 01 November 1998
... this document. shortage middle management technical staff salary Pyramid regional boss november 1998 hourglass Upstream Oil & Gas occupant downsizing matrix direct report virtual boss worker bee quota technical rank Not very long ago, almost every company was downsizing...
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J Pet Technol 50 (03): 18.
Paper Number: SPE-0398-0018-JPT
Published: 01 March 1998
... this document. rig rate Technologist ATCE gaffney Upstream Oil & Gas creativity morale commercial skill march 1998 Blair employer student current employee populate downsizing salary new recruit I don t see how to fill the gap with the current system, Edward Blair, SPE, President...
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J Pet Technol 23 (01): 107–114.
Paper Number: SPE-3268-PA
Published: 01 January 1971
... California Upstream Oil & Gas Engineering production rate Technician Reservoir Engineering journal of petroleum technology computer salary AIME TI®uTI The Evolution of Petroleum Engineering as Applied to Oilfield Operations Earl Kipp, SPE-AIME, Chevron Oil Co. The foundations of Petroleum...
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J Pet Technol 21 (03): 281–284.
Paper Number: SPE-2058-PA
Published: 01 March 1969
...Daniel O. Gallas The policies and practices companies adopt to obtain, retain, and effectively use petroleum engineers are identified in terms of salary administration programs, compensation plans, and employee incentives. Introduction The assets available to any company are frequently divided...
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J Pet Technol 20 (06): 551–554.
Paper Number: SPE-1802-PA
Published: 01 June 1968
... opinion of a company. Salaries, telephone communication, choice of assignment, plant visits, recruiting gimmicks, on-campus interviews, organization charts and other factors, are discussed. Introduction In no case is the struggle of supply and demand more severe than when the product is a prospective...
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J Pet Technol 19 (03): 311–317.
Paper Number: SPE-1469-PA
Published: 01 March 1967
... will continue and a surplus of scientists will develop. The scientist. finding fewer job opportunities in his chosen field, will be forced to move into the engineering field where more jobs are available. This is primarily due to the decreasing relative earning power of the engineer. Although starting salaries...
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J Pet Technol 18 (03): 288–292.
Paper Number: SPE-1198-PA
Published: 01 March 1966
... their capability. Their education and value- orientation characteristics lead engineers to ask for the following in their job and work environment: better salaries, worthwhile and stimulating work. adequate facilities with technician help. association with high-caliber colleagues, a technically trained management...

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