Adapting to Change
As the Oil & Gas industry adapts to a changing environment, Workrise is here to support our clients.
From the 245 workers placed at the end of 2021 to the 348 workers placed so far this year, our highly trained, flexible workforce helps you scale to meet your needs.
At Workrise, dedicated Upstream and Midstream recruiting teams partner closely with clients to understand their unique worker qualification needs and match them with the most qualified candidates. We vet, interview, and manage candidates ensuring you always get the best talent in the industry. No matter the job or location, we’ve got you covered. Our talented pool of workers can already be found in every basin, reducing sourcing barriers at even the most remote locations.
No matter what your staffing needs are, our diverse pool of consultants can help you meet your goals.
New Frontiers in Project-Based Work
With the changing market we’ve seen a shift in requested positions. Field and supervisor-level positions have always been filled by largely contract workers, but many operators are turning to Workrise to provide talent that historically have been full-time employees such as in office, lease operator, supply chain, engineering, and other similar roles.
Regardless of what comes next for the Oil & Gas industry, the dedicated Upstream and Midstream recruiting teams from Workrise are equipped with the expertise to help you get the job done.
The Root Cause of the Supply Chain Challenges in Oil & Gas: A Low-Trust Ecosystem
Understanding and naming the deep, systemic challenges we face is the first step on the road to a better, more prosperous future.
Oil & Gas Supply Chain Dynamics: Navigating the Tipping Point
A new Workrise-commissioned study uncovers the hidden challenges and evolving priorities of industry leaders, spotlighting a supply chain on the brink of transformation.
“Merger Mania” Highlights the Huge ROI Potential — and Major Supply Chain Challenges — of Oil & Gas Consolidation
On the surface, M&A is a logical solution. Yet, as Will Hickey, Co-CEO of Permian Resources pointed out, these transactions rely heavily on "synergies" — the economies of scale, operational efficiencies, and risk reduction.
The Silent Threat to the Energy Transition: America’s Broken Infrastructure Policy
What people often don't realize is that the biggest threat to success in the energy transition isn't the ability to scale investment in new energy production - it's America's aging grids and our broken infrastructure policy.