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Oilfield Survival Guide, Volume One: For All Oilfield Situations
by: Matthew J. Hatami
publisher: Oilfield Books, LLC, published: 2017-01-02
ASIN: 069281308X
EAN: 9780692813089
sales rank: 476902
price: $24.95 (new)
The ultimate guide for all oilfield situations. Any job, any location. 
● Tactics ● Procedures ● Fatalities ● Short Stories ● Train Wrecks ●  Disaster Avoidance ● Court Cases ● Life Savings Skills ● Checklists ● Troubleshooting ● Problem Job Prevention ●

Mistakes in the oil and gas business can cost millions of dollars, in addition to injury and loss of life. Oilfield Survival Guide is the ultimate resource to help manage oilfield risk and avoid mistakes by increasing your oil and gas knowledge and intelligence, utilizing a variety of methods, including:

Tactics: Short and to the point guidelines to reduce risk and instill principles of oilfield survival.

Short Stories: Experience from the mistakes of others.

Fatalities: Detailed analysis of oilfield tragedies.

Court Cases: Jury trials, expert witness testimony, and legal opinions on a variety of oil and gas cases.

Procedures: Step-by-step process to create oilfield procedures and checklists, along with multiple examples.

Operations Analysis: Oilfield operations post-mortem, highlighting key learnings, practical knowledge, useful tips, and best practices.

Over 1,000 incidents analyzed to create Oilfield Survival Guide.
Men's Oilfield shirt- Oilfield flag us blue XL Black
publisher: Oilfield shirt
ASIN: B01JAYV8RK
price: $19.95 (new)
1:48 O Gauge Scale Replica Oilfield Oil Pump Jack Rig Die Cast Pencil Sharpener
ASIN: B0153HPE32
sales rank: 134642
price: $3.99 (new)
Add some great decor to your desk at home or at work with this Miniature Die Cast Oilfield Derrick Replica. This incredibly detailed Die Cast Miniature Horsehead Style Oil Rig Replica features amazing attention to detail, and even has a movable pivot and Horsehead. Featuring a hidden pencil sharpener on the back of the Pump Jack, this piece is both functional as a pencil sharpener, or would would make the perfect accessory to a 1:48 O Gauge Scale Model Town Diorama or Train Display. This die cast replica Oil Well Rig makes the perfect collectible showpiece for an office, in your home, to give as a gift to your fellow oil field worker, or to add to your own pencil sharpener collection. This beautifully crafted Die Cast Miniature Replica Oil Well Rig Pencil Sharpener measures 3 1/4" long, 1 3/8" wide, and 3" tall. Miniature Die Cast Collectible Oilfield Pump Pencil Sharpener ships brand new with our 100% customer satisfaction guarantee.
Dri Duck 3200 Wildlife Series Brushed Cotton Cap, Oil Field & Grey
publisher: Dri Duck
ASIN: B00TCK9QW2
EAN: 0844217016016
price: $10.78 (new)
60% cotton, 36% polyester, 4% polyurethaneSolid designs: 100% brushed cotton twill; camo designs: 60% cotton, 40% polyester peached twill; waxy designs: 60% cotton, 36% polyester, 4% polyurethaneTextured waxy cotton finish; canvas waxy visor designs: 100% washed cotton canvas crownTextured waxy cotton finish on visor; blaze orange designs: 100% polyester;structuredMid-profile6-panel constructionPre-curved visorDetailed embroidered outdoor scenes
K1015 Oilfield Heartbeat Love Lifeline Monitor Decal Sticker
publisher: Bluegrass Decals
ASIN: B019VXKQ82
EAN: 0788679096769
sales rank: 116236
price: $4.47 (new)
It is made from high quality vinyl that will last for many years of exterior use without fading, peeling, or cracking. Application of the sticker is very easy, taking only minutes. Your Decal has three parts: Paper Backing Vinyl Decal Clear Transfer Tape Clean the surface where the decal will be installed. Slowly removed the paper backing making sure that your decal remains stuck to the clear transfer tape. If part of your decal lifts up with the backing, press the paper backing back down against it until it stays stuck to the transfer tape. Once your decal is peeled away from the backing, line up & position your decal against the surface to which it will be applied. Use a credit card, squegee, or something similar to smooth down your decal, making sure that it is completely stuck to the surface. Carefully & Slowly, remove the transfer tape from your decal, making sure that your decal is stuck to the surface. If you see part of the decal does not release from the transfer tape, press it back down to the surface and repeat the process.
Lapco FR LAP-BVOFC1436 Heavy-Duty Weather-Resistant Vinyl Bag, 18 oz, Large, Oilfield Camo
publisher: LAPCO
ASIN: B00P14P8MU
EAN: 0841320083805
sales rank: 153348
price: $57.00 (new)
14 x 14 x 36 Large Vinyl Bag.
Handbook for Upstream Oilfield Contract Administrators: Using Contracts and Insurance to Manage Operational Risk
by: Donald P. Butler
publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, published: 2014-11-05
ASIN: 1502346036
EAN: 9781502346032
sales rank: 1162546
price: $30.00 (new), $24.00 (used)
This book covers master service agreements, drilling contracts and construction agreements in the upstream oil and gas business with chapters on performance risk, incident risk and insurance, as well as negotiating, drafting and managing contracts. The author is a recognized expert with more than 30 years of experience in this area. This is an essential reference book not only for contract administrators, but also for purchasing groups, project managers and lawyers for both operators and contractors. The book provides critical information not taught in seminars, such as the chapter on the rules that apply when work is being performed, but there is no contract or only a very brief one. It analyzes how the region of the world in which a company operates influences which terms are the most heavily negotiated. It describes how insurance influences the drafting of various provisions related to allocating risk for personal injury, property damage and pollution. The book discusses not only the best practices in contract risk management, including limitation of liability, indemnity, insurance, and warranties, but also how they have evolved over time and the reasons for the evolution.
CafePress - The Oilfield Has My Daddy But I Have His Heart Bod - Cute Infant Bodysuit Baby Romper
publisher: CafePress
ASIN: B00XLWDEWA
price: $17.99 (new)
CafePress brings your passions to life with the perfect item for every occasion. With thousands of designs to choose from, you are certain to find the unique item you've been seeking. What newborn doesn't look great in an infant romper with a funny or cute design? This baby bodysuit has been crafted with quality and care, so your newborn will be sporting style through their onesie and twosie years. The 100% super soft cotton will feel great on their skin, both comfortable and durable. The three-snap closure for diaper changes and machine washable care will be a breeze for mom. These baby creepers are the perfect baby gift for a boy or for a girl at your next baby shower, baby birthday, or mom-to-be event. And with CafePress, your satisfaction is always our promise...buy with confidence, as we offer easy returns and exchanges and a 100% money back guarantee. CAFEPRESS DOES NOT OFFER PRODUCTS IN THE CATEGORIES OF ROBES, PAJAMAS OR LOUNGEWEAR INTENDED FOR USE BY INDIVIDUALS UNDER THE AGE OF 12. THIS PRODUCT IS NOT INTENDED FOR SUCH USE.
New Copper Oilfield Oil Well Derrick Drill Rig Gold Color Model Commemorative Edition
publisher: Tang Dynasty
ASIN: B00QIS17MI
EAN: 0701256241239
sales rank: 572818
price: $159.00 (new)
Product Size : Length: 12cm,Width:12cm,Height: 20cm(1inch=2.54cm),Material:Copper+ Alloy,Condition:In a Gift Box,Great home decoration,Great GIft,Shipping From China By USPS,Arrived time is 10-15 days.
Oil Field Trash Roughneck Tales From The Rig Floor
by: Greig Grey
publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform, published: 2015-12-04
ASIN: 1518896138
EAN: 9781518896132
sales rank: 1530054
price: $12.91 (new), $15.36 (used)
The stories in this book chronicle my eight year career working as a roughneck in the Michigan oil fields. I broke out in the boom year of 1981, when 4,500 drilling rigs were roaring and boring across this Great Nation. Nearly everyone (and their parrots) chanted "This boom is here to stay," or "It's different this time." Or both. I have to admit that I bit on that bait, although sage veterans warned me to sock away some of that cash. "What the hell do they know?" I muttered as I handed a clerk $800 for a pair of Justin full quill ostrich cowboy boots. But that glorious boom evaporated when crude plummeted in 1986. Iron got stacked, wages were cut, and those goofy old vets had sure wizened up in five years.

Below is an except from my book:"Rig 4 shipped off to Hartland in October 1984 to drill a well for a poor boy operation. Nobody had heard of the company; five letters followed by LLC. It was on the outskirts of town, a quarter mile east of the Big Boy restaurant.We had no sooner picked up the kelly and started boring the rat hole when a dozen cars pulled onto the location. A mob flocked towards the rig floor, flash bulbs popping. I sprinted to the bottom doghouse and grabbed my 12 gauge double barrel from my locker. I plugged two number four birdshot into the chambers and filled my pockets with a dozen more. I snapped the action shut with one hand, hustling up the rig floor stairs."I knew it... Just a matter of time," I shouted to Spider, as I reached the floor. "It's the Green Peace freaks! They're finally gonna try and pull something. Hang a banner on the derrick or deface it... Not on my watch. I just got through painting it!"Charlie stormed out of the top doghouse. "Hold your fire man! They're investors."I released the side-by-side hammers and lowered the coach gun to my waist. "Investors...?"

There are some really great books regarding oil drilling but I couldn't find anything that broke down the real roughneck aspect of the trade. So I figured that it was high time that our story was told. Twenty-five years after my last tour, here they are: nine unvarnished, foot on the gas stories, detailing the dry holes, the wild wells, and the wilder nights!