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PCL is seeking experienced General Laborers, Carpenters, Concrete Finishers, Pipefitters, Ironworkers, Electricians, Welders to work on an industrial project in Grand Cache, Alberta.
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PCL’s vision, core values, and guiding principles enhance the organization’s internal culture, and maintains PCL’s reputation as a construction leader, an employer of choice, and an active community member.
The PCL family of companies is 100-percent employee-owned. That ownership means extraordinary performance by employees and outstanding value for clients. At the same time, local ownership ensures that local dollars remain in the communities where PCL employees live and work.
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Whether you are looking for a corporate or a construction career, exciting opportunities are waiting for you at the PCL family of companies.
Within both PCL’s corporate offices and construction operations, your career with PCL will give you an opportunity for growth and advancement.
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Immediate offers & paid housing for qualified candidates. Join Blue Quail Feb 19th from 9AM-1PM where hiring managers will be on site conducting interviews for experienced water transfer hands, Excellent pay based on experience. Must pass drug screen and have valid DL.
About Blue Quail Energy Services
Our Best in Class water transfer team understands customer needs and expectations. We utilize environmentally safe, no leak hose systems to deliver expected flow rates on frac day. We understand the stewardship involved in all aspects of water and proudly participate in this responsibility. Our team can engineer water transfer specifications needed to accommodate any frac. We actively pursue customer participation on each frac in our quality control process to ensure the utmost in communication resulting in a quality product.
Our strongest asset is partnering with our customers by understanding their water infrastructure, frac schedules and expected usage. This allows our team to construct and deliver a quality product while at the same time removing this work load from our partners.
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Blue Quail Energy Services is a fast growing oilfield services company providing quality service and solving problems in the oilfield industry.
Our PCL group out at our JV partners (Sundt) Intel Project in Chandler, Arizona is going to be installing a large portion of the mechanical work for this project. There is a massive amount of work that needs to be done in a short amount of time (6-8 months). This mechanical work will start around the end of February. We are looking for Foremen, Millwrights, Pipefitters, & Laborers (anyone that has experience installing process equipment and exposed process pipe). Some of the major equipment packages that we will be installing include a large MBR System (membrane filtration), a large RO System (reverse osmosis), a large Ion Exchange System, a Sludge Dewatering System, a Brine Treatment System, and a lot of exposed piping. We will be working 60/60/50’s per Intel – 2ea. 60 hour weeks (five 12-hour days) followed by 1ea. 50 hour week (five 10-hour days), then repeat. Project is looking to be 6-9 Month Duration.
Pay Range: $30-33/Hour
• 5+ years experience in water/wastewater treatment plants or heavy civil construction. Safety certifications (OSHA) a plus
Responsibilities may include:
• Planning and installation of cast-in-place concrete
• Underground piping
• Earthwork and coordination of subcontractors
• Performing the 3-week look-aheads
• Monitoring of labor productivities
• Planning work activities
• Leading and developing of teams of tradesmen.
Pay Range: $28-30/Hour
Preference of some work experience in water infrastructure and public works, but not required. Mechanical and or concrete experience required. Safety certifications (OSHA) a plus. Responsibilities may include:
• Layout, set elevations and grade, install PVC water stop, set anchor bolts, block-outs and erecting and stripping gang forms.
Pay Range: $18-25/Hour
Responsibilities may include:
Work including moving rocks, stumps, trees, roots and other materials for the preparation of the project.
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Oil majors increasingly are trying their hand at being alternative-energy minors, but this is still pinky-toe dipping.
Royal Dutch Shell, which traces its roots back to the late 19th century, has just bought Greenlots Global, a California software company serving the electric-vehicle charging sector. This follows other deals by Shell — along with the likes of BP, Chevron and Total — to invest in renewable energy, retail power, batteries and other non-fossil fuel businesses.
For now, though, this is still pinky-toe dipping. Shell’s plan to invest as much as $2 billion a year on “new energy” opportunities is a hefty amount, but less than 10 percent of its capital expenditure budget. Besides anything else, there’s a straightforward reason for taking it slow: returns.
Oil majors have a testy relationship with investors these days. Shell’s stock is one of the better performers, but mainly because it has embraced a strategy centered on payouts: Its dividend yield scrapes six percent. A decade of high spending trashed return on capital across the industry.
Alternative-energy investments can be justified on one level. A solar farm in the southwestern US is a relatively low-risk project for a more risk-averse crowd. But they also raise a conundrum, especially if eventually done at a meaningful scale. Investments in power-related infrastructure provide fundamentally different returns from what oil majors have offered historically. These companies have been built to take world-scale risks in the hope of generating high returns to match that.
French oil major Total provides a useful example here, because it has made some of the biggest investments in alternative energy businesses and, as a result, has come closest to actually splitting this business line out in its accounts. Total’s downstream operations picked up some of the slack as the oil crash hit the upstream. The gas and power business has had steady returns of about 10 percent
Total’s upstream oil and gas business accounted for more than four-fifths of capital employed in 2018, just as it did in 2015
It can be argued that alternative-energy businesses may not necessarily provide the thrills of cyclical upswings, but they do generate steady returns. Certainly, renewable-power projects seem to do so. But these are still early days.
Hence, Shell is taking an integrated approach to power, electric-vehicle charging and the like, similar to its existing model in oil and gas, aimed at capturing margins on several levels. One critical question concerns whether or not value will move up and down the electrified value chain, the way it does with oil and gas.
Proponents of oil majors pivoting to a brave new world can point to examples such as Ørsted ASA, the Danish oil and gas company that became an offshore wind-power giant. Two caveats, however: First, Ørsted’s target for annual return on capital employed through 2025 is 10 percent — about what you would expect for this sort of company but not an oil major. Second, getting investors comfortable with such a transformation is definitely a lot easier when you’re 50 percent-owned by the Kingdom of Denmark. For everyone else, the battle royal over what that incremental dollar goes toward — old energy, new energy, shareholders — is just getting going.
Civeo Premium Services is recruiting for the skilled and result driven Laborers to work on a project at Civeo’s Henday Lodge. The job site is located east of Hwy 63, Km 42 on Canterra Road in the Fort McMurray, AB area, which is the point of hiring. Transportation from Fort McMurray, AB to the job site is provided. In addition, room and board are provided in the assigned camp on the job site.
Reporting to site Construction Manager, Laborer will work on a remote camp installation and dismantling of transportable industrial accommodations and other types of factory built, modular structures. Laborer will operate machinery, equipment, provide material handling services and assist building trades in camp construction and demolition.
The incumbent must follow applicable building codes focusing on safety, quality and accuracy of work. Worker must be able to travel to the job site, work in the remote locations and camp settings and be flexible and adaptable to changing roles within the function. This is a permanent, full-time, hourly position.
Load and unload construction materials, including moving materials to work location
Operate loading equipment and machinery, such as skid steer, wheeled loader, forklift, etc.
Set up and safely operate woodworking equipment
Assist with framing of floors, walls, roofs, conduct exterior and interior finishing
Assist with fitting and installation of doors, windows, flooring, cabinets, stairs, handrails, paneling, molding and ceiling tiles
Trim and sand joints, molding or other wooden parts to be assembled using hand and power tools
Assist with assembly of wood and metal products such as metal siding, window sashes, doors, doorjambs, boxes, and pallets using screws, bolts, staples, glue or other fasteners
Paint as directed by site Foreman
Conduct daily inspection of machinery if necessary
Assist tradespersons such as Carpenters and other trades in construction activities
Assist in demolishing buildings using tools. Sort, clean and pile salvaged materials
Direct traffic at or near construction sites
Clean finished units
Perform site cleaning, snow removal and landscaping projects
Provide general site cleanup as directed by the site Foreman
Perform other activities at construction sites as directed
Follow all company, job and client-specific safety protocols and OH&S legislation.
Completion of high school is required
Minimum 5 years of directly related laborer experience in residential, commercial and light industrial construction and renovation
Valid class 5 driver’s license with clean 5-year driving abstract
Specialized knowledge, experience and current tickets for operation of equipment such as skid steer, wheeled loader and forklift
Must have the following certificates, such as Fall Protection (OSSA), Confined Space/Monitoring (OSSA), Elevated Work Platform, and Standard First Aid with CPR
Ability to work physically and regularly lift up to 50 lb.
Ability to work independently and as a part of a team
Attention to details, accuracy and strong interpersonal, organizational and problem solving skills
Ability to multi-task and effectively manage time to meet required project deadlines
Ability to interact co-operatively and professionally with customers and co-workers
Strong focus on safety, quality of work and environmental awareness
Flexibility and adaptability. Worker must be able to travel to Fort McMurray, AB and work in the remote locations, work nights, weekends and holidays
Must be able to work 10 hours per day on a 21 days on and 7 days off (21/7) etc., rotation schedule or other suitable work arrangement.
Civeo is a global workforce accommodation specialist that helps people maintain healthy, productive and connected lives while living and working away from home. Our unique approach focuses on guest wellbeing, operational efficiency, community building and a property development mindset – making us a leading provider of accommodation solutions.
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Even if recently-imposed US sanctions are lifted, the accelerating exodus of Venezuela’s oil workers means that the country’s declining crude production is unlikely to rebound anytime soon.
Venezuela was once one of the world’s top five oil exporters, pumping 3.5 million barrels a day in 1998 when President Hugo Chavez was elected and launched Venezuela’s Bolivarian revolution.
Today, the state-run oil company PDVSA produces less than a third of that. Critics blame corruption and years of mismanagement by the socialist government.
Even worse, production is about to sink even further due to fresh sanctions by the Trump administration targeting PDVSA and its Houston-based subsidiary Citgo with the aim of depriving the increasingly wobbly President Nicolas Maduro of more than $11 billion in exports this year.
Venezuela’s oil workers began flooding out in 2003, shortly after Chavez fired thousands of them — many by name on national television — for launching a strike that paralyzed output. The oil workers accused Chavez of riding roughshod over the nation’s democratic institutions, while Chavez said the picketers were plotting a coup.
Tomas Paez, a professor at Central University of Venezuela who studies the Venezuelan exile community, estimates that 30,000 oil workers fled in the initial wave, many banned from working in the country’s oil industry.
He said it’s difficult to gauge how many more have left as Venezuela’s economic problems have worsened under Maduro, but from the tar sands of northern Canada to the deserts of Kuwait, Venezuelan roughnecks now live in more than 90 oil-producing countries.
“Let’s say, where there is oil, there is a Venezuelan,” Paez told the Associated Press.
Many have made new lives in their adopted countries with no plans to return to a gutted Venezuela. And with each new departure, fewer remain behind with the know-how to pump the world’s most abundant oil reserves, once the economic backbone of a thriving country.
“We are losing man hours, hours of training, millions and millions of hours that we can’t calculate,” said union leader Ivan Freites, secretary of the Federation of Professionals and Technicians of Oil Workers of Venezuela. “It’s impossible to recover our trained personnel working abroad.”
In a recent speech laying out the economic plan for his second six-year term, Maduro vowed to catapult Venezuela’s production to five million barrels a day. But he provided few details other than promising to take charge personally and root out corruption.
The embattled president retains support from powerful allies, including Russia and China, which are both heavily invested in Venezuela’s oilfields.
While the most-talented engineers left long ago — many contributing to a production boom in neighbouring Colombia — there’s still demand for labour throughout the industry.
“We’re still in a talent-short market, especially with people willing to go into hardship locations — like Kurdistan,” said Dane Groeneveld, CEO at California-based PTS Advance, an oil industry recruiter, referring to Iraq’s Kurdish region.
“It’s those people who are now getting picked up by national oil companies around the world,” Groeneveld added.
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Hard Rock Directional Drilling has immediate openings for CDL Drivers, Drillers, Locators, General Laborers.
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Hard Rock is a leading provider of horizontal directional drilling (HDD) services. We provide a comprehensive range of services – including pre-bore profiling, bore design and utility infrastructure installation.
With over 100 years of combined experience, Hard Rock’s administrative and management teams have successfully completed hundreds of HDD projects for national, state and local firms.
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Hard Rock is enthusiastic about seeing employees thrive in a safe and healthy work environment.
If hired, our culture will encourage you down the path of success and superior performance. We will reward your accomplishments and invest generously in your training. Hard Rock offers a competitive pay and benefits package.
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Indigenous pro oil rally in Alberta stresses energy industry is vital for them.
Indigenous supporters of Canada’s oil and gas industry turned out in force last week to make the point that the sector plays a vital role in their lives.
“It doesn’t matter if you’re a business owner or a worker or an aboriginal community. We’re all in this together,” Lee Thom, a councillor from Kikino Metis Settlement, told a crowd gathered in a recreation centre in Lac La Biche, Alberta.
Rene Houle from Whitefish Lake First Nation said the energy industry generates spinoff businesses that employ hundreds of people in his community — with the money that’s earned spent at car dealerships, movie theatres and other businesses in neighbouring towns.
The bottom line, he told The Canadian Press, is the oil and gas sector helps keep people from becoming burdens on the social-welfare and justice systems.
“We would not have a proper living. We would not have a meaningful way of life, a healthy way of life,” Houle said. “Alone, our First Nation would not be able to generate that.”
Last Sunday’s rally was organized by the Region One Aboriginal Business Association, which represents northern Alberta Indigenous businesses, and was supported by Rally 4 Resources and Canada Action, which have organized other recent pro-oil rallies and convoys in Western Canada.
Organizers stressed the event was non-partisan and not affiliated with “yellow vest” events, where participants wear yellow, high-visibility vests similar to recent protests in France, but which often have an anti-United Nations message.
Attendees were instead asked to wear blue fire-retardant coveralls and hard hats.
Bill C-69, the federal legislation which critics argue will make it more difficult for new pipelines and energy projects to get approval, was mentioned during the rally.
While organizers and speakers said they weren’t completely opposed to the bill, they argued it needs to be amended to better balance economic development and the need to protect the environment, traditional Indigenous lands and harvesting rights.
“The way it is right now, in its current state, is devastating for oil and gas,” Shawn McDonald, president of the Region One Aboriginal Business Association, told the rally.
Write it in your calendars & get your resume ready! Patterson-UTI is heading to Rapid City South Dakota and wants to talk to you. Several positions are available!
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Patterson-UTI (NASDAQ: PTEN) pushes the boundaries of innovation so you can embrace new possibilities. With expertise and scale in major operational areas, we provide a diverse network of drilling and pressure pumping services, directional drilling, rental equipment and technology to forge your path to success. Our oilfield solutions deliver results that lead your business into the next generation of oil and gas.
We have a fleet of fit for purpose land-based drilling rigs and 1.6 MM horsepower, as well as a leading position in directional drilling and wellbore placement services that are positioned in the most active plays throughout the U.S. and western Canada. With headquarters in Houston, Texas and regional offices throughout our operating areas, let’s team up to advance your business.
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At Patterson-UTI Energy, you will work with industry leaders, skilled engineers and trained operators as you apply your talents to shape the next phase of the oil and gas industry. We believe in the collective power of individuals working as one to achieve extraordinary results. Our employees hold the key to our success, and we take pride in recruiting the industry’s best — those who accelerate progress and turn ideas into action. Apply today for a rewarding career that not only values ambition, teamwork and leadership, but also provides opportunities for training, advancement and achievement. Patterson-UTI Energy pushes the boundaries of innovation so you can embrace new possibilities.
With expertise and scale in major operational areas, we provide a diverse network of drilling and pressure pumping services, directional drilling, rental equipment and technology to forge your path to success.
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Date & Time: Feb 28th 9AM-3PM
Location: Hilton Garden Inn Rpaid City 815 E. Mall Drive Rapid City, SD