“As a summer intern in Land, my experience at Murphy Oil this past summer gave me a comprehensive view of the day-to-day operations of a large upstream E&P company. My assignments were interesting, challenging, relevant, and never clerical in nature. And the field trips we took gave us invaluable insight into the goings-on in the field. I would whole-heartedly recommend the experience to anyone seriously interested in pursuing a career in Oil and Gas.”
— Land Intern, Summer 2012
“I have been working for Murphy Oil for seven years. I started in a clerical position and was recently promoted to a professional level after taking advantage of our Educational Assistance Program. I can say that I would not have accomplished this without Murphy's culture of encouraging personal growth. Murphy has been an excellent place to work at.”
— Barbara, Senior Lease Analyst
“I love being able to see almost daily how my work, effort and creativity can make an immediate impact to Murphy whether it be reducing costs, creating better procedures and processes, resolving issues, etc. I also love the group of hard working individuals that I get the opportunity to work with everyday in US Onshore.”
— Kane, General Manager
“In addition to fair pay and a healthy work environment, Murphy provides what most people ultimately aspire to in their work — an opportunity to make a difference. Our staffs tend to be relatively small and therefore often take on multifaceted responsibilities. The culture of teamwork ensures people are receptive to good ideas no matter where they come from. As the Director of Compliance, I am fortunate to work in an area that touches our business all over the world, and I love the constant opportunity for new learning: about people, technology, laws, cultures, etc. It seems that virtually anyone interested in learning and enhancing their contribution, can do so at Murphy.”
— Michael, Director, Compliance
“I joined Murphy because it had the most successful discoveries compared to other contractors in Malaysia and Murphy has a lot of activities, which make my role in Human Resources very challenging."
— Siti, Senior Manager, Human Resources
"I began working for Murphy in July of 2011 after spending 15 years at various other oil and gas companies. What drew me to Murphy was the intermediate size and the flatter organizational structure. I felt that I could make a change and have an impact on where the organization was going in the area of Subsurface Development. Two years later I still feel that way and I am proud to see what my team has been able to accomplish and where we are going. We are not done yet, there are many more challenges and unknowns ahead but I know that we will have the support to tackle them."
— Lucy, Manager, Duvernay Sub-Surface Engineering