The Drillinginfo family started in 1999. What began as a simple online permit and completion mapping database became one of the INC 5000 fastest growing companies by 2008.
In 2004, Drillinginfo expanded tremendously with its acquisition historical well and scout information from PennEnergy and started Drillinginfo Energy Strategy Partners, a buy-side consulting group. Drillinginfo International went into operation in 2008 taking the company into the global arena. In 2009, Drillinginfo expanded their North American operations with the acquisition of HPDI (now DI Desktop), a nationwide production data provider, making it one of the largest oil and gas databases in the world. Along with being in the INC 5000 Fastest Growing Companies for the past two years, Drillinginfo has also been a part of the 50 Fastest Growing Companies in Central Texas four of the past six years. Drillinginfo, Inc. will continue to expand in order to help the world make smarter oil & gas decisions, faster.
Drillinginfo isn’t just a job. Drillinginfo is a family.
We are over 350 passionate people who live and breathe a culture of rapid innovation. We are one team bent on exploring the impossible. We are change agents who aren’t satisfied with the status quo. Exceptional is normal on our team, and our team is growing fast.
We’re not ALL business either. We work hard and we play hard. Our company events have become the stuff of legend (quarterly meetings at the Alamo Drafthouse, anyone?!). So, if you’re looking to build a career while changing the way the largest industry on earth does business, and don’t mind living in a place that only gets 300+ days of sunshine per year, you might be a perfect fit for us.
Click the link below to see our open career and internship opportunities.
Hopefully, you’ll find one or two positions that are perfect for you!
Senior Vice President of Technology
Senior Vice President of Sales
Vice President of Product Management
Senior Vice President and General Manager, International Division
- Comp & Benefits
- Work/Life Balance
- Senior Management
- Culture & Values
- Career Opportunities
I have been working at drillinginfo full-time (more than 3 years)Pros
I enjoy working on new projects and having the freedom define my own workflow. The GIS department offers a flex schedule which I enjoy.Cons
The fast pace of drillinginfo demands that you keep producing at top levels and there is no shortage of things to get accomplished. This can be overwhelming at times.Advice to ManagementAdvice
Continue keeping employees happy with incentives and rewards. This is highly appreciated and I always look forward to the new initiatives coming to the office. Also, keep communication flowing so we know where the company is headed too!Approves of CEO
Getting an Interview
Getting an Interview
- Application Details
I applied online. The process took 4+ weeks – interviewed at drillinginfo.Interview Details
I applied for the job within the first week it was posted and got an email within 2 weeks saying that I got a phone interview. I was interviewed by one of the geologists, although the whole team was on the line. The questions were pretty standard and it lasted about 20 minutes. 5 days later I got another email asking me to come in for an in-person interview which lasted about 1.5 hours. Again, it was with the whole geology team and I had to give a short geologic presentation. One week later, I got an email with an offer letter attached from the man who will be my boss.Interview Questions
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Drillinginfo is a comprehensive information resource for your entire enterprise. It works for everyone, from the top floor to the rig floor. DI provides the most up-to-date land & leasing, well, and regulatory data through a powerful, easy-to-use search application. We deliver ready-to-serve results in user-friendly formats that make it easy to digest and distribute throughout...
Mission: We enable the world to make better oil and gas decisions, faster.