Cromer, Man. – Jaie Zorzos, 24, has been fracking since 2010. Now he’s running one of the most prominent pieces of equipment on the frac spread,
the coil tubing unit. “I started as a floor hand, then operator, lead operator and supervisor with Halliburton,” Zorzos said.
He’s now spent a year with Millennium Stimulation. Zorzos works out of the Medicine Hat location, however, he lives in Brandon.
“I go home once in a while to see my girlfriend. I don’t mind it in the Cromer area,” he said when asked about working all over the place.
“It’s been busy. It’s been really busy,” he added. Zorzos started fracking two years out of high school.
“When it’s all going tood, it’s not so challenging. When things go south…” he said, getting back to work as his radio buzzed.