This week on the blog, we’re showcasing our most popular photos on social media this year.
As always, we encourage you to submit your best Trinidad Drilling photos for a chance to be featured on our social media pages. Please be safe and respectful of operator guidelines regarding cell phone and camera usage at the rig. When submitting your photos to email@example.com, please include the rig number, the date the photo was taken, and the photo’s location.
Thank you to all those who submitted beautiful shots from the field throughout 2017!
Trinidad’s mammoth 700 series are rigs everyone wants on their resume (and for good reason). When they were drilling in Villahermosa under our joint venture with Halliburton, these Mexican giants were doing more than catching the eyes of passersby.
This is the final post in our three part safety ideas series.
Safe working tips and tricks should not be kept a secret, company to company, team to team or rig to rig. By sharing safety stories and past experiences, we can learn from our mistakes and work towards an injury-free workplace together. In our commitment to spreading safety tips throughout the industry, here are a few more of our safety leader’s top tips for you and your teams to share:
1. Commit to good housekeeping practices throughout every hitch
He’s our new Executive Vice-President, Canadian and Mexico Operations, and he brings lots of experience with him — in engineering, management, and many other areas of the drilling business.
He’s a lot of fun to talk to, and has lots of cool perspectives on the industry. Read on to learn about Hawkings’ philosophy on drilling, his history and why he’s so passionate about the drilling industry.
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.