Energy Alloys
2.6 of 5 5 reviews
www.ealloys.com Houston, TX 500 to 999 Employees
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A fistful of steel is just another day on the job at Energy Alloys. The company provides oilfield metals and equipment to global oil and gas manufacturers and service companies. Energy Alloys stocks oilfield-specific inventories of bars, tubes, stainless steel, and engineered steel products. It also offers made-to-order capability for semi-finished components and expert materials consulting when clients need help selecting materials, material grades, or sizes. The company has international sourcing expertise and is a global supplier with operations in Canada, Mexico... More

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Pros: CEO- Dave Warren- is very caring and has a big heart. They offer decent benefits and tuition reimbursement. Many executives are passionate about the company and about their customers. With some changes, it could be a great company... I just don't… Full Review

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Accepted Offer – Interviewed in Dubai (United Arab Emirates) Aug 2010 – Reviewed Sep 23, 2011

Interview Details – I recieved a call from the Ipertaion manager who asked various question about the postion I applied or t=and my perception of the industry, country and my previous work experinces. Shortly afterwards, I recieve a text message to proceed for a group interview, wher I was asked basically the rudiment…Full Interview

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