I spent 14 years in BHI and much of the my co-workers are my friends including now, that I am not working anymore with them.
As Maintenance Engineer , my typical day at work usually included to perform some Preventive Maintenance on logging tools, or to modify as per manual some surface logging equipment.
I learned to work with integrity, to follow the procedures and report any anomaly to prevent any disruption of the operation in the field.
Most of the time, my managers were objective and with a great sense of justice. Some of them didn't forget to recognize the job well done, but in the last times a change in the management (most of they coming from another companies) didn't show to believe in the BHI Core Values (Integrity, Team Work, Learning, Performance and Courage)
From my co-workers I learned to appreciate the diversity, understand different cultures and different ways to do the job.
The hardest part in my job, was when the managers in Brunei, trusted on me, to perform two difficult projects, but at the same time, those projects gave me the most memorable moments of satisfaction when they finally happened in a spotless way, both the managers and the clients relied on my expertise and I didn't dissapointed them.
Many good friends. Many good memories in the job
In the late times, new managers without sense of belonging into BHI Culture.