If you’ve followed along on our blog and social media channels, you’re probably familiar with AC rigs by now – after all, we’re pretty proud of our fleet. But what exactly are they?
Wayne Kuzio, Canadian Senior Field Superintendent here at Trinidad, and the Canadian rig managers worked together to provide us with the details.
Craig Barker, a Relief Rig Manager from rig 56, put it very clearly: “Control…it is all about control.” So what does that mean to the rest of us?
The 2016 Rio Olympics may have come to an end, but our west Texas crews continue their gold medal performances. Continue reading
Looking for something to do in your downtime between turkey and presents this holiday season? Give our second annual holiday crossword a try! Put your rig-lingo knowledge to the test and have some fun catching up on our blogs.
When it comes to safety, Trinidad Rig 41 is king.
Every Trinidad rig works toward zero incidents every single day, and Rig 41 shows how it’s done.
Rig Manager George Deveson gets a ton of credit for guiding his rig to 2,222 days of safety.
He has been in the oil industry for just over 32 years, a Rig Manager for 14, and on Rig 41 near Grande Prairie, Alberta, for eight years. It’s fair to say he has the experience, not to mention the dedication, to keep his crew safe.