Oil Well Drilling Manager Salary in United States

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Average Salary for Oil Well Drilling Manager in United States

The average salary of a(n) Oil Well Drilling Manager in United States is $97,225.

The average hourly rate of a(n) Oil Well Drilling Manager in United States is $46.74.

The average bonus of a(n) Oil Well Drilling Manager in United States is $5,493.00.

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Rig Manager - Odessa, TX

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The Rig Manager is primarily responsible for supervising and coordinating activities of workers engaged in drilling oil and gas wells....

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Branch Manager - Midland, TX - Midland, TX

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Initiate and follow continuous change, as well as creating solutions for process design/re-design. Excellent written and oral Communication skills, as well as...

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Dir, Oil & Gas Upstream Operations - Houston, TX

NextEra Energy, Inc.

Monitors, directs, and advises the Drilling Superintendent and Well Site Manager in the day to day drilling operations....

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Environmental Information Management Manager - Denver, CO

Encana

Three to five years of oil and gas environmental experience is preferred. The role will ensure compliance with applicable environmental and air regulations at...

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Land Admin Analyst II - Houston, TX

Apache Corp

Assist Landmen in researching files/data to determine working interest and net revenue interest in order to facilitate projects including the drilling of wells,...

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