Superintendent Oil Field Drilling Salary in Connecticut, United States
The average pay for a Superintendent Oil Field Drilling is $131,146 a year and $63 an hour in Connecticut, United States.
The average salary range for a Superintendent Oil Field Drilling is between $85,387 and $205,196.
This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Connecticut, United States.
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Directs activities concerned with exploratory drilling, and drilling oil wells and producing oil and gas from wells within one or more oil fields: plans erection of drilling rigs, and installation and maintenance of equipment, such as pumping units and compressor stations.
Directs technical processes, such as treatment of oil and gas to reduce moisture and sediment content, mud analysis, well logging, and formation testing.
Determines procedures to resolve drilling problems, such as nonvertical bore holes and broken drilling tools.
Formulates methods to control production of wells in accordance with proration regulations.
Schedules dismantling and storing derricks and drilling equipment, cleaning wells, and servicing well equipment.
Analyzes production reports, initiates personnel actions, and revises drilling and production procedures to control operating costs and production efficiency of oil field.
Directs petroleum exploration parties engaged in drilling for samples (cores) of subsurface stratigraphy and in seismic prospecting.
May be designated according to specialty as superintendent, oil-field drilling; superintendent, production.
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