These are exciting times for Noble. We have a new president from Canada. With an abundance of experience in turning companies around and making them profitable and their people happy and content. I am so excited about the near future I could burst.
Topics regarding layoffs at Noble Energy Inc.
Hearing people in the hall talking about another reorg, anybody else hear anything?
Our current management is completely incompetent and is leading Noble Energy towards complete ruin. The only thing they really know how to do is surround themselves with yes men who will never challenge them on anything. This is why we are losing... read more
NBL has two jets, both configured for corporate vanity flights. Why not take one and sell it or at least reconfigure it to hold 19 passengers as a shuttle plane for trips to and from Midland and other places? Leave one for the DS BS and KF to tool... read more
So, do we get to participate in the payout this year (besides the peanuts) or is it reserved for the big money folks who have done such a wonderful job for the company over the last few years?
How is the GAP training going? Have you all had some serious "break through" thinking yet? Maybe Noble's stock price could break through $20.00 / share sometime this year... So happy to be gone from Noble. How is that for "break through" thinking!
Johnny and Billy are in separate but similar energy businesses. Johnny sees a play developing. Billy has property there. Johnny and Billy let prices rise as the play develops. Johnny gets money from investors and loans and pays exhorbitant price for... read more
Anybody else get a separation agreement like this? http://investors.nblenergy.com/node/22766/html
Have you seen the stock price of this company? Can you say worthless? Soon to go under $20.00 / share. An all time low.
finance/IT is screwed up. If you have any doubt take a look at the org chart. Only an insane person could design that. And why so many finance/IT managers and directors for such a small company? Lots of FAT in Finance and IT. Same for Exploration and... read more
Hey DS!!!! What’s your 2020 goal? For Noble stock to be a penny stock. Way to go tiger.
Noticed an increase in closed door meetings. Could signal yet another round of layoffs. Executive management is responsible for this mess. The best thing for Noble would be a 50% pay cut for the execs. We cant afford to lose people who actually work... read more
now is probably the time to go.
Latest polling shows 112 continuing to trend in our favor. It isn’t going to pass. Too much $$$, time, and effort from us and the other CO E&P’s. Nice work to all involved. FU greenies. Now to what’s next - 70,000 acre new position in USO? How are we... read more
Thoughts on this abrupt move and replacement.
Don’t see anybody posting this, so just in case somebody missed it: negotiations are finally over. Noble signed multiple deals to support natural gas delivery from Leviathan and Tamar fieldes to Egypt through existing infrastructure. Not exactly a... read more
inquiring minds want to know how management will respond once the market realizes that the Leviathan project should have been named the Lilliputian project (look up the definition).
is about to hit the fan. Thank you CEO CFO COO SVPs VPs BOD. Who gets promoted, shoved aside, fired, and for what? The stench of harassment and discrimination permeates this organization. "Enquiring Minds Want to Know!". Maybe we should reveal one at... read more
I presume once the results come back negative once again they’ll just replace the survey company again until they can get the results that makes upper management feel good about themselves. Compensation will remain well below market. Thoughts?
Why are so many people leaving Revenue? There’s been a mass exodus over the last year since JN retired. This is not good news for the new guy.
It’s interesting how many positions ar open at Noble...some have been open for a while. Why are they having a hard time finding people to come work for them? Could it be their lack or stability? Could it be the fact that their turnover rate is... read more
Noble is a sinking ship. It’s been that way for years. Anyone not on the Board or at the very top of this food chain is no better than a slave chained in the bowels of the ship’s cargo hull. If you don’t break free, you will go down with the ship or... read more
It’s a realization that Noble is a subpar company. Most of the people who leave will do much better elsewhere. I don’t know anyone who would work for Noble. They have no chance of recruiting and keeping experienced quality people. You can’t act like... read more
Barring someone doing something terribly wrong, do you think the execs leaving knew they needed to get out sooner due to collapse or something similar?
It's truly amazing the number of quality people who have left the company over the last couple of years. Some were part of the layoffs and were people who were loyal to the company and were good to high performers. Some made too much money... read more
What is going to happen to all the GOM Deepwater supporting staff that worked in Houston’s office.
What the hell is happening in land???
A lot of things are discussed here, but there has been little to no info on the most important thing: layoffs? Does this mean that no layoffs are coming so there is nothing to talk and in turn worry about? Or are we simply going through a period of... read more
Censorship appears to be alive and well on this site.
So why chase offshore Canada? A massively expensive and hazardous location. BP’s website says they won’t even start drilling till 2020. If a discovery it will have VERY high dev cost and several more years to prod. High negative cash flow for years... read more
Mmmmm, I like me a wall o' cash. JERUSALEM — An Israeli energy company on Monday announced a $15 billion deal to supply natural gas to Egypt, in the largest export agreement to date for Israel’s nascent natural gas industry. Delek Drilling and its... read more
"I love it when a plan comes together." Further, cash flow should rise by an even higher 35% compound annual growth rate as long as oil averages $50 a barrel. That cash flow growth rate is well above most peers, with Pioneer Natural Resources... read more
Fieldwood Energy filed Ch. 11 the same day it announced it would acquire Noble Energy's GOM assets. https://www.chron.com/business/energy/article/Fieldwood-Energy-files-for-bankruptcy-makes-12617099.php
What’s the word on layoffs for GOM now that assets are being sold?