Snubbing Makes a Comeback

May 18, 2016

by Steven Berg, VP Operations For years the service rig industry performed work on live wells with the help of rig-assisted snubbing units. The end result was that the job could be done safely, efficiently, […]

Board Bio: Don Rae

May 9, 2016

How long have you been in the industry and how did you get your start? I’ve been in the industry for 48 years. I started roughnecking in the summer of 1968 on a service rig […]

Oil Respect: Let’s Stick to the Facts

March 28, 2016

Let’s Stick to the Facts By Mark A. Scholz, President of the Canadian Association of Oilwell Drilling Contractors Oil Respect was launched a few weeks ago and public support has been overwhelming. One of the […]

Opinion Editorial – Are These Cats Really That Fat?

December 23, 2015

Are These Cats Really That Fat? If you’ve been around the oil and gas industry, you’ve likely heard the term “fat cats” as a stereotype for wealthy business owners. Multinational mega companies run by multimillionaires […]