Thread regarding Chesapeake Energy Corp. layoffs

Chesapeake is 100% Liable

All oil wells are under tremendous pressure. When you drill into them or expose them to the earths surface they would erupt the oil on the ground. You stop this with mud and lots of it. The mud type and amount is determined by CHK engineers. They instruct the contracted company man what this calculation is and to secure the well with this.
When they failed to calculate the mud correctly the well released the flammable gas and since the contractors were using a non intrinsically safe tool. The tool ignited the gas creating the Brazos Valley well explosion that ki---d three and forever changed the life on another.

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Post ID: @OP+1foNw5qM

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Oh yea! Paul was used for the escape goat for all the CHK fallers. He was over all Production rigs, flow back operations, construction and maintenance jobs both in STX and BV. That man wasn’t even on the job when this s—t took place. From what my understanding he was another high profile job. They used him as the blame tool right from the start. I know one thing that man loved his job and time at CHK. They will never find someone like him ever again. He treated all personal like family. I here he is doing well.

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Post ID: @9czh+1foNw5qM

Ok gotcha, I was wondering who PS was now I know. He was a bad a-s. And I here he is a bad a-s at another company. Safety Director for a Productin company that know his capabilities. CHK sucks without him.

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Post ID: @6cnk+1foNw5qM

OP: you lost me at your first sentence. Not true of course. The rest is just ranting.

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Post ID: @3tpp+1foNw5qM

Ye put the pipe in the ground and get the oil and you sell it to the gas stations. Not hard. Learned that with $59.00 and wikipedia.

Thanks

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Post ID: @3slq+1foNw5qM

Anyone remember Tim Beard telling us that the dual barriers standard never required two barriers right after that BV blowout? That’s when he was tasked with educating all of operations on different standard in the Monday morning managers meeting?

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Post ID: @3jsj+1foNw5qM

Oh yea I forgot 2 Barrie’s is industry standard d—p a—, that’s the whole reason why CHK is blowing sh-t up. I’m talking to you going south. Not the smart ones on here that understand well control. Listen to the words. WELL CONTROL. Take you a— back to school son.

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Post ID: @2xmm+1foNw5qM

I’ll tell you, YOU lack experience son, you need to go back to college and learn a little bit more, wait a whole lot more dip s—t. And one more thing who is PS.

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Post ID: @2bxf+1foNw5qM

You don't know WTF you are talking about. Having two barriers at all times IS and I repeat IS the oil and gas industry standard. You obviously have never worked outside of CHK where your d-mb a$$ manager DL works.

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Post ID: @2ydl+1foNw5qM

OP. All wells are not under tremendous pressure. Some are even under-pressured and will not even withstand a hydrostatic gradient. You lack a complete understanding of well control basics.

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Post ID: @2zzm+1foNw5qM

Double barriers are not a regulatory required item and I wouldn’t even say it’s an industry standard. However CHK had that as a policy at the time of this incident and they didn’t follow their own policy. What I love more than anything is how they are arguing that the company man was not an equal to an employee even though he took all of his day to day instruction from CHK employees. He was following a CHK drafted plan and PS was just as much of an employee as any other safety rep on location.

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Post ID: @2xem+1foNw5qM

That’s how it is there, you try and help with the safety issues and you either get b—-h at or you get run off. So what does a safety man do. Oh that’s right listen to that d—p a— safety manager up in OKC, he will hide everything what did I say EVERYTHING. Yes Tim G I’m talking to s—t head.

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Post ID: @1apo+1foNw5qM

Love how foreman and Supt tell us to report stuff in meetings but b**th at us when we tell them about a spill or someone hurt. Anyone else noticed how bad our manager looks or smell on Monday’s!!!

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Post ID: @1aex+1foNw5qM

What about the non oilfield person driving down public highway where a Chesapeaake tank was sitting !!! Can’t wait to hear who gets blamed for that one from our wonderful leaders.

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Post ID: @1hrc+1foNw5qM

The person that wrote that article is just as much of an id--t as Tim B and Tim G, listen,, double barriers is the correct way. And yes the torque unit was the source. And again OSHA WILL FIND OUT

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Post ID: @kyr+1foNw5qM

Watch Netflix documentary about Boeing 737 Max and you will see CHK's culture change and current leadership

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Post ID: @qba+1foNw5qM

Even if the correct mud weight was used, you still need a 2nd barrier.

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Post ID: @xca+1foNw5qM

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