I have been working at EQT CorporationPros
Great benefits and pay, the career ladder always has room to move up and get promotedCons
Somewhat disorganized, keep to yourself work environmentRecommendsPositive OutlookApproves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online – interviewed at EQT Corporation.Interview Details
I had a phone interview with the hiring manager, which went well. After which, they contacted me to fly to Pittsburgh for an in-person interview. A process of which required me to take two days off of work, because they set me up with a full day of interviews followed by a day of touring Pittsburgh with Presenting Pittsburgh. I interviewed with about seven different managers all the way up to the CIO. Overall the interview process went well; however, their seems to be a lot of tension between the E&P and Midstream business units. I didn't get a good vibe of the culture and the company didn't pay for things like parking downtown, etc, which I found surprising compared to most upstream oil and gas companies.
I felt like the interview went well and I felt like I would get an offer. However, I never heard back from them. I even tried to get in contact and never got a response. I definitely would NOT recommend working for this company.Interview Questions
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- Really just the basic interview questions and technical questions related to the job. Answer Question
Integrated natural gas company EQT Corporation (formerly Equitable Resources) hopes to get its fair share of the natural gas market. EQT's Distribution unit provides gas to about 276,500 customers in Pennsylvania, West Virginia, and Kentucky. EQT Midstream operates 11,400 miles of gathering pipeline and 770 miles of transmission lines. EQT Production exploits proved reserves of 5.2 trillion cu. ft. of natural gas equivalent in the Appalachian region, operating some 14,000 active wells and drilling more than 700 new wells in 2009. EQT Production sells its natural gas...