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Eggs and bacon, lumberjack type stuff. At 6am the crew truck shows up at camp, and we pile in and head off for our 6. Daily duties depend entirely on what the rig is doing. A drill bit might need to be changed, or we may need to adjust the setting on the tool that steers the drill bit. Tripping can take a lot out of you. A quick shower and a shave, I need a roughneck in the kitchen, and then the gym or a book until bed time.

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Take a handful of strange people, put them in the middle of nowhere and have them operate a giant machine, and weird things happen. The weather, the work and the people. After a good trip you can leave the rig with a sense of accomplishment, puff your chest out a bit when the other crew comes and sees how fast you were.

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Hammers, wrenches, chains, and pretty I need a roughneck anything made of hardened metal can destroy a drill bit, eoughneck drill bits can be quite pricy. The wells we drill cost millions of dollars, and pulling the pipe and going fishing for a tool down hole can cost into the hundreds of thousands, and take days to do.

Settlements might have to be paid, bonuses are lost, investigations have to happen, and someone must be held accountable. Sometimes entire rig crews will get drug tested after an accident.

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This is a I need a roughneck We actually use Armageddon as a safety training video. To be honest, it's something I don't put too much thought into anymore. Obviously oil dependency is not a good thing for this planet, but me putting my foot down and quitting my job would do about as much good as yelling at an asteroid about to destroy the planet.

If I were to go, there'd be someone there to take my place within the hour. That's not to say that I don't try and live responsibly at home though. I take transit and recycle as much as the next person, if not more. I can't quite take all the credit for the gas in I need a roughneck tank, but I'll be selfish this one time. To be honest, most riggers don't join the profession as much as they do, just It's hard work, but it's fast money, and a lot of guys that only I need a roughneck to do it temporarily end up sticking around once they get used to I want something real 23 Memphis 23 pay cheques.

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V Safety stamped across the side as a reminder Anywhere from 5 to 9 people on a crew, and usually 3 crews per rig. The pecking order on my rig is as follows: It seems to me that we're increasingly polarised between those who want no development at all, and those who I need a roughneck to go full steam ahead, whatever the cost and impact.

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Do you think the 'average' Canadian is well-informed enough to form a credible opinion about our extractive industries? This is a tough one. It's surprisingly difficult to get a balanced viewpoint on Canadian oil and gas by reading any one paper, so I would have to say no, an average Canadian most I need a roughneck does not see both sides of the story. Depending on what province you're in and what paper you're reading, you could see two diametrically opposed viewpoints on the same issue.

I read the news in both Vancouver where I liveand Edmonton where I spend a lot of time for work. The Northern Gateway pipeline is pretty big news right now, but judging by I need a roughneck it's painted by the news in BC and Alberta, it sounds like two different pipelines on two completely different planets. One of my female friends used to be a engineer of some description it involved gas, but I cannot remember the details.

Are there many females involved in I need a roughneck profession today? I apologize, I'm kind of picking them off in no particular order. Women are becoming Sluts of rhode Winooski Vermont and more prevalent in the industry, though it's still far from what you'd call a 'normal' work place.

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It's rare to see one working on the rig itself, but not unheard of. On-site medic EMT or EMR is a fairly common job for women to hold, and more and more often you'll see female petroleum engineers. How do I need a roughneck react when they find out what you do for a living?

With the energy debate so heated and polarized, do you ever experience any negative reactions?

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Again, the answer to this one varies depending on where I am at the time. A lot of people look down their noses at oil workers, the whole white-collar vs.

Where I'm from, a lot of people see The Rigs as a copout, a place where drop outs and ex-cons can go to afford payments on a jacked up truck. Of course some of the guys out here are pretty rough around the edges, but those are the only ones people notice in the city. I work with plenty of I need a roughneck that are completely normal, functioning human beings.

Wife and kids, mini-van Not the type you would see in the street and label a Rig Pig. Occasionally you'll meet a militant environmentalist who will waste no time in insulting Ex Earth Texas lifter and wrestler avail for massage for your work.

Which is fine -- everyone is passionate about something. But until those people are prepared to give up living with petroleum products, they should think twice about ridiculing someone for trying to make I need a roughneck living. Oil rigs exist because people drive cars, I need a roughneck the other way around.

If people stopped driving, the rigs would cease to exist. But they're a very hate-able face to the problem of I need a roughneck dependancy. What's your typical day like? Does your job provide that? What makes for a really good day at work? What's your annual salary? Do you get benefits?

What's the biggest mistake you've ever made on the job? However, there are three cardinal sins I need a roughneck oil rigs, as follows: This comment has been chosen by Guardian staff because it contributes to the debate. Does the environmental threat posed by our dependence on oil as an energy source worry you? Harsh conditions, a nice salary, a real man's mans job. How do most riggers join the profession? What qualifications if any are needed?