Thread regarding Halliburton Co. layoffs

El Reno Future?

Any word out of El Reno today (10/16/19)?
Heard more layoffs happening there. How will they do business when the new money from the drillers becimes available in Januarty?
Who's getting the axe? Who's staying on? What's the long term plan?

by
| 2181 views | |
Post ID: @11yhKU4Q

6 replies (most recent on top)

KU4Q, they are never going to tell anyone about the future or future layoffs. That is very inside information and stays that way. From as far back as the early 80's, layoffs were always a surprise same as with any corporation. I would however tell you that working for Halliburton does NOT ever equate to a career. As soon as profits drop a little bit, those guys are jetting people as fast as they can to prop up their own little gold mine in the company. Get out and find something, anything, outside the oilfield. Let the clowns figure it out for themselves if they ever can.

by
|
Post ID: @11yhKU4Q-floo

Did they lay off any maintenance in Artesia or just frac?

by
|
Post ID: @11yhKU4Q-1ohs

Artesia nm frac yard laid off today

by
|
Post ID: @11yhKU4Q-1jqe

They keep pushing the dates back on the engineers. I just do not know how they will be able to do business once they get rid of all of the front line, pad people. Once Continental and others get their budgets renewed for FY2020, there won't be anyone left at Big Red to do the work. They are down to 6 crews (from 19 last January).

by
|
Post ID: @11yhKU4Q-vyb

What department?

by
|
Post ID: @11yhKU4Q-rjd

Buddy of mine was just let go with severance package said they didn’t really say about long term

by
|
Post ID: @11yhKU4Q-frl

Post a reply

: