Well, Inc. – San Diego, CA
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Well, Inc. – Los Angeles, CA
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I worked at Diversified Well Logging (More than 3 years)
It was a job. They have health insurance, 401k, and a $25,000 life insurance policy if you die on the job. You gain experience working as a mudlogger. Good people overall in the group. They don't live in the logging units. Instead you either live on location or in a motel. They pay 40 hours a week plus 44 hours per week as overtime (1.5 times the regular pay).
Old, shop built equipment. They do have 8800 and 8900, as well as SRI equipment. It is difficult to get and keep the equipment up and running. It is not shock mounted so when it arrives to the job site it may or may not be working. Techs always blame field people for the broken stuff and resent coming out. Most of the time the equipment and instruments show signs of suckling mud on the last job assignment. It's obvious it was not repaired or properly checked in the shop. They just power it up and if the light comes on they don't look any further. A lot of people think $12 to $20 an hour is good pay, but if you have a degree that isn't very good pay. A lot of their loggers never obtained a degree. It is hit and miss with coworkers, especially those that don't have a geology degree, which does not do much for their accuracy of their logs and knowledge. Their managers work 7 days a week and they run the field supervisors around until they are exhausted and confused.
Advice to Management
Pay more and have family life balance. Pay the loggers extra for all the add on extras (live logging, calcimeter, isotubes, pictures, etc.)