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Can you describe your job in engineering (everyday tasks, pros/cons, etc) of your job? Is it fun, exciting, monotonous, repetitive? Is it a desk job? What kind of projects do you work on? What kind of...
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1 answers - Asked By: geo - 12/10/2006
Hi, I'm trying to get a handle on mining jargon and would like to find a website that has information regarding what might be a good indicator of resources when found by mining companies. I suppos...
1 answers - Asked By: jiminycricket090 - 11/9/2006
Hi, I am in my 3rd year of electrical engineering in Canada and was wondering if this degree was a waste of my time. I heard that this degree has a high unemployment rate, and that recent grads are ge...
3 answers - Asked By: NIck H - 2/13/2013
Hello, My boyfriend has a gambling addiction and is now 27 and is wanting to go to work on a camp out west in Canada as he says this is the best way to get loads of money behind people and that thi...
4 answers - Asked By: Lover - 3/24/2012
My ambition is to be an engineer in the renewable energy field . I'm sixteen now and once I get my degree I suppose I have to get a job. The question is what job could I get? I want the job where I ha...
1 answers - Asked By: - 12/27/2012
I am a mechanical engineer with 27 years experience in oil & Gas industries. recently I received a job offer in CARLSTON DRILLING SERVICE through a recruiter named" CDS" they offered a very good salar...
7 answers - Asked By: - 2/7/2013
Well, I got accepted to the Penn State Petroleum and natural gas engineering program. Thinking long term, what should I specialize in? Drilling, Reservoir, or Production engineer? I know drillin...
1 answers - Asked By: - 12/6/2011
Well I'm currently a senior in High School and I've been doing a lot of research on tons of different careers ranging from Accountants to even astronauts because I honestly do not know what I want to ...
2 answers - Asked By: - 11/23/2011
Hello everyone: I'm currently a sophomore at Purdue Univ majoring in ChemE. I want to be working in the upstream part of the petroleum industry; I want to become a drilling engineer. The conund...
2 answers - Asked By: - 7/10/2010
I definitely want to be an engineer, but I'm not sure, so i would like to know which ones pay the highest? I have been told Aeronautical? But is that in the RAF or for a private company? PLEASE HE...
2 answers - Asked By: - 6/9/2012
Which earns more sallary a subsea engineer or a reservoir petroleum engineer? Which is the highest paid engineering? How to become a subsea hardware engineer/petroleum? Bsc in what field?
1 answers - Asked By: - 8/1/2013
As the title asks...Best paying jobs in Australia and the world and be specific e.g not engineer...civil engineer or drilling engineer etc.. Could you also include how much they earn as well and if ap...
2 answers - Asked By: Jordan D - 9/25/2010
I have 9 years experience in the Oil and gas Industry as a Drilling and Completions Engineer. Would be relocating to Canada in the next 4-6 months. Would appreciate if there are any address or contact...
2 answers - Asked By: JP - 6/16/2009
Hey im from eastern Canada. work, dose not exist where i am. i want to go out west and get into drilling or mining, or something that pays my single life bills lol, question is, where do i get started...
2 answers - Asked By: - 6/6/2013
How would someone go about getting a job at one of these oil rigs popping up everywhere here in Texas? Do you just go up to one? How does it work? Any advice would be GREATLY appreciated! Thank you! I...
2 answers - Asked By: eddiesgirlmx - 1/12/2009
2 answers - Asked By: Monkey Brains - 10/3/2009
Would like to know the prospects of hiring after graduation from the mud school and hw is the salary structure like, thanks !
1 answers - Asked By: Tom D - 10/5/2011
Hi, I got accepted both to Purdue (for aero) and texas a&m (petro) . I have been interested in both for a long time. My only question is, which one will have a higher chance of getting a job? I ...
1 answers - Asked By: - 1/2/2012
1. What's it like? 2. Do Petroleum Engineers enjoy their job? 3. Do they travel a lot? If so, where? 4. With a Petroleum Engineering degree, how hard is it to get a job in the field? 5. Can you g...
1 answers - Asked By: - 3/16/2012
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