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Sterling Oil And Gas by dentrice: 6:47pm On Mar 01
Good evening everyone. please does anybody know about Sterling oil and gas in V/island?. I have an interview with them tomorrow and I need to make informed decisions. Their work culture, environment, salaries and management style. your advise and contributions will be appreciated.
best regards

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Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by Dagash95: 7:03pm On Mar 01
https://www.glassdoor.com/Reviews/Sterling-Global-Oil-Resources-Nigeria-Reviews-EI_IE460751.0,29_IL.30,37_IN177_IP2.htm?filter.iso3Language=eng


Just search Sterling Oil and Gas review on google and read the reviews on Glassdoor
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by nuel000: 11:01pm On Mar 01
What position
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by Belexy95: 11:01pm On Mar 01
dentrice:
Good evening everyone. please does anybody know about Sterling oil and gas in V/island?. I have an interview with them tomorrow and I need to make informed decisions. Their work culture, environment, salaries and management style. your advise and contributions will be appreciated.
best regards
Hello, here are my thoughts about your concerns. I have been with Sterling Global Oil for about 4years and counting.
Work culture: Some do 28days in and 14days out. Some 21 in and 7out. Bottom line is, it depends on your unit.
Environment is generally poor.
Salaries: Not really up to Industry standard.
Sterling is an Indian conglomerate. Least I forget, salary is negotiable. I'm open for more info. Thanks
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by GreaterFuture3: 1:29am On Mar 02
Belexy95:
Hello, here are my thoughts about your concerns. I have been with Sterling Global Oil for about 4years and counting.
Work culture: Some do 28days in and 14days out. Some 21 in and 7out. Bottom line is, it depends on your unit.
Environment is generally poor.
Salaries: Not really up to Industry standard.
Sterling is an Indian conglomerate. Least I forget, salary is negotiable. I'm open for more info. Thanks
Hmmn, nice and honest if you.
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by WestAfricaan: 9:34am On Mar 02
dentrice:
Good evening everyone. please does anybody know about Sterling oil and gas in V/island?. I have an interview with them tomorrow and I need to make informed decisions. Their work culture, environment, salaries and management style. your advise and contributions will be appreciated.
best regards
Please can you share a link to apply
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by austinleo78(m): 10:00am On Mar 02
t. Not really a great company. Salary below par, some 21 days in 7 days out . Field work and mostly administrative jobs
Ps , you can be transferred to any part where their location is based,

It’s an Indian company. They treat Nigerians with disregard. But it’s an oil company work regardless.
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by nuel000: 1:51pm On Mar 02
austinleo78:
Worked with them, resigned at some point. Not really a great company. Salary below par, some 21 days in 7 days out . Field work and mostly administrative jobs
Ps , you can be transferred to any part where their location is based,

It’s an Indian company. They treat Nigerians with disregard. But it’s an oil company work regardless.


I don’t like the company . I worked as an assistant logistic officer at their Mudplant location in Delta state .
what was your take home
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by dentrice: 6:30pm On Mar 02
Good day boss,

I have sent a PM. kindly respond.

best regards.



Belexy95:
Hello, here are my thoughts about your concerns. I have been with Sterling Global Oil for about 4years and counting.
Work culture: Some do 28days in and 14days out. Some 21 in and 7out. Bottom line is, it depends on your unit.
Environment is generally poor.
Salaries: Not really up to Industry standard.
Sterling is an Indian conglomerate. Least I forget, salary is negotiable. I'm open for more info. Thanks
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by austinleo78(m): 9:49pm On Mar 02
nuel000:
what was your take home

145k naira

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Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by dentrice: 10:03pm On Mar 02
I learnt they delay salaries for months. how true pls

quote author=austinleo78 post=99552285]
145k naira[/quote]
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by austinleo78(m): 7:26pm On Mar 03
dentrice:
I learnt they delay salaries for months. how true pls


quote author=austinleo78 post=99552285]

145k naira

Very true sir , except you are lucky to be under the petroleum union (NUPENG) or (PENGASSON) which I doubt the company will let you join
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by dentrice: 1:58pm On Mar 04
Thank you very much Sir.
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by Belexy95: 5:14pm On Mar 04
dentrice:
I learnt they delay salaries for months. how true pls


quote author=austinleo78 post=99552285]

145k naira
I haven't experienced such since I joined them. Infact those directly under Sterling are paid from 25th of the month, while those in the service unit called BOGEL are paid within the first week of the next month.
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by nuel000: 9:18pm On Mar 04
Belexy95:
I haven't experienced such since I joined them. Infact those directly under Sterling are paid from 25th of the month, while those in the service unit called BOGEL are paid within the first week of the next month.
what's your job role
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by dentrice: 10:13pm On Mar 04
do they pay base on job roles? I just to be sure because a lot of reviews about them on delayed salary payments from previous employees.


nuel000:
what's your job role

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Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by LovesonBlezz(m): 10:18pm On Mar 20
Belexy95:
Hello, here are my thoughts about your concerns. I have been with Sterling Global Oil for about 4years and counting.
Work culture: Some do 28days in and 14days out. Some 21 in and 7out. Bottom line is, it depends on your unit.
Environment is generally poor.
Salaries: Not really up to Industry standard.
Sterling is an Indian conglomerate. Least I forget, salary is negotiable. I'm open for more info. Thanks
Hello boss, l sent you a pm. I want to find out something from you plss
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by UtilityImage: 8:42pm On Mar 25
LovesonBlezz:
Hello boss, l sent you a pm. I want to find out something from you plss
Hi can you assist me with information about Sterling Oil because I don't trust some of this oil companies.
Eg: is Salary payment constant?
How is there general culture; Work-life stuff?
Is it where one can grow?
Dp they have project sites?
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by UtilityImage: 8:46pm On Mar 25
Belexy95:
Hello, here are my thoughts about your concerns. I have been with Sterling Global Oil for about 4years and counting.
Work culture: Some do 28days in and 14days out. Some 21 in and 7out. Bottom line is, it depends on your unit.
Environment is generally poor.
Salaries: Not really up to Industry standard.
Sterling is an Indian conglomerate. Least I forget, salary is negotiable. I'm open for more info. Thanks
Hi can you assist me with information about Sterling Oil because I don't trust some of this oil companies.
Eg: is Salary payment constant?
How is there general culture; Work-life stuff?
Is it where one can grow?
Dp they have project sites?
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by ThreeBlackBird: 6:32pm On Mar 30
dentrice:
Good evening everyone. please does anybody know about Sterling oil and gas in V/island?. I have an interview with them tomorrow and I need to make informed decisions. Their work culture, environment, salaries and management style. your advise and contributions will be appreciated.
best regards
Hello, Dentrice. How did the interview pan out? Did you get the job? And what's your overall review of the place?

I anticipate your response. Thanks.
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by dentrice: 10:08pm On Apr 01
it went well, but I don't like the organization, Indians there are too many. there is no job security in the department I interviewed.



ThreeBlackBird:

Hello, Dentrice. How did the interview pan out? Did you get the job? And what's your overall review of the place?

I anticipate your response. Thanks.
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by ThreeBlackBird: 6:20am On Apr 02
dentrice:
it went well, but I don't like the organization, Indians there are too many. there is no job security in the department I interviewed.

Thanks, bro. Did they make it clear to you that your job isn't secured or how did you find out?
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by LovesonBlezz(m): 8:22am On Apr 03
UtilityImage:

Hi can you assist me with information about Sterling Oil because I don't trust some of this oil companies.
Eg: is Salary payment constant?
How is there general culture; Work-life stuff?
Is it where one can grow?
Dp they have project sites?
. I'm not working there bro, me sef dey find info abt them
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by ThreeBlackBird: 12:24pm On Apr 03
LovesonBlezz:
. I'm not working there bro, me sef dey find info abt them
Them invite you too?
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by ThreeBlackBird: 12:30pm On Apr 03
UtilityImage:

Hi can you assist me with information about Sterling Oil because I don't trust some of this oil companies.
Eg: is Salary payment constant?
How is there general culture; Work-life stuff?
Is it where one can grow?
Dp they have project sites?
Bro, did you later get any information and have you been offered a position?

I'm asking because the reviews on glassdoor are so depressing. Hardly does anyone have anything good to say about them.
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by ThreeBlackBird: 12:07am On Apr 04
Belexy95:
Hello, here are my thoughts about your concerns. I have been with Sterling Global Oil for about 4years and counting.
Work culture: Some do 28days in and 14days out. Some 21 in and 7out. Bottom line is, it depends on your unit.
Environment is generally poor.
Salaries: Not really up to Industry standard.
Sterling is an Indian conglomerate. Least I forget, salary is negotiable. I'm open for more info. Thanks
Dear Belexy95, please can you help with information about accommodation, engineering department and salary payment which everyone on glassdoor seems to agree they never pay?

Please, kindly response.
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by Belexy95: 8:25am On Apr 04
ThreeBlackBird:

Dear Belexy95, please can you help with information about accommodation, engineering department and salary payment which everyone on glassdoor seems to agree they never pay?

Please, kindly response.
Sterling is a drilling company, with 7rig locations spread across different states in Nigeria.
2 rigs are at Akwa ibom, 3at Anambra state, 1 at Imo and 1in Delta State.
For accommodation, we use the usual cabin with A/c, though not very comfortable compare to some other rigs.
There are different Engineering dept, such as: Drilling Engineers, Completion Engineers, Mud Engineers etc.
Salaries: As I stated in my earliest post, Welfare isn't the industry standard. It's an Indian conglomerate. Concerning non payment of salaries, I haven't experienced such since I joined them about 4 years ago. Infact salaries for the month of March were paid across various departments from 26 thro Friday 2nd April. Maybe just to add that during the heat of the Covid, drilling stopped in all the rigs for more than a month but salaries were paid. These are my experiences, please, do compare with that of others and make informed decision. God bless you.
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by ThreeBlackBird: 9:05am On Apr 04
Belexy95:
Sterling is a drilling company, with 7rig locations spread across different states in Nigeria.
2 rigs are at Akwa ibom, 3at Anambra state, 1 at Imo and 1in Delta State.
For accommodation, we use the usual cabin with A/c, though not very comfortable compare to some other rigs.
There are different Engineering dept, such as: Drilling Engineers, Completion Engineers, Mud Engineers etc.
Salaries: As I stated in my earliest post, Welfare isn't the industry standard. It's an Indian conglomerate. Concerning non payment of salaries, I haven't experienced such since I joined them about 4 years ago. Infact salaries for the month of March were paid across various departments from 26 thro Friday 2nd April. Maybe just to add that during the heat of the Covid, drilling stopped in all the rigs for more than a month but salaries were paid. These are my experiences, please, do compare with that of others and make informed decision. God bless you.

I want to thank you very much indeed for your time. I have quoted some other people who never bothered to reply. Thanks once again.
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by Belexy95: 9:20am On Apr 04
ThreeBlackBird:


I want to thank you very much indeed for your time. I have quoted some other people who never bothered to reply. Thanks once again.
Any day!! Take care and stay safe!
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by ManAdii: 10:07pm On Apr 22
Please how is their aptitude test like?
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by ThreeBlackBird: 3:40pm On Apr 23
ManAdii:
Please how is their aptitude test like?
I can't remember taking any test. It was an interview. Basic questions surrounding yourself, the issue you fasted in at your previous workplace, how you solved it, etc.
Re: Sterling Oil And Gas by ThreeBlackBird: 1:28pm On May 06
Belexy95:
Sterling is a drilling company, with 7rig locations spread across different states in Nigeria.
2 rigs are at Akwa ibom, 3at Anambra state, 1 at Imo and 1in Delta State.
For accommodation, we use the usual cabin with A/c, though not very comfortable compare to some other rigs.
There are different Engineering dept, such as: Drilling Engineers, Completion Engineers, Mud Engineers etc.
Salaries: As I stated in my earliest post, Welfare isn't the industry standard. It's an Indian conglomerate. Concerning non payment of salaries, I haven't experienced such since I joined them about 4 years ago. Infact salaries for the month of March were paid across various departments from 26 thro Friday 2nd April. Maybe just to add that during the heat of the Covid, drilling stopped in all the rigs for more than a month but salaries were paid. These are my experiences, please, do compare with that of others and make informed decision. God bless you.

Hi Belexy! I have recently been offered a contract but the name of the company is not SEEPCO and the contact was sent through a private email and not through the company's email. There was no mention of sterling on the contact. Is this the way they issue their contract because I'm beginning to get suspicious.

Please, what are you thought on this and can you guide me through with your own experience? My people are getting suspicious due to the rising insecurity in the country.

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