• Time Better Spent

    According to The Harvard Health Watch, a recent study showed the average American spends 101 minutes per day driving. That means, in a lifetime, the average Joe spends a whopping 37,935 hours driving a car.  Now can you imagine increasing that daily drive time by 4 to 5 hours!  That is what some men face when working on projects where housing is scarce or unavailable. Hungry, drowsy, and worn out employees have no business driving long hours on the roads.

  • Silver Lining Over North Dakota Man Camps

    Silver Lining Over North Dakota

    The apparent slump of the oil boom may have brought some loss, but there are definite wins to be seen as well. The rapid industrial, commercial, and population growth has fallen the hardest on North Dakota over the last few years. Where frustration over the slow build-out of housing and infrastructure has garnered national headlines, it is also the area that’s feeling remarkably upbeat about where the state is heading.

  • Donated housing to the Fort Peck Tribe in Poplar, Montana

    Lone Tree Remote Camps, LLC donates much needed housing to the Fort Peck Tribe in Poplar, Montana

    Poplar, MT (February 12, 2015) – The Fort Peck Tribe in Poplar, Montana fulfills their goal to provide shelter for under privileged tribe members through the donation of two housing units from Lone Tree Remote Camps, LLC.  Built in 2010 and 2011, two skid unit buildings, both 1,100 square feet each, were donated to the […]

  • Employee Spotlight: Heather Reid – Executive Marketing Assistant

    Heather Reid is the newest addition to Lone Tree’s corporate offices. As Executive Marketing Assistant, Heather will help portray Lone Tree as the awesome company it is. Market research analytics, social media, website content writing, office administration, and public relations will be her universe from here on out. Heather graduated from Brigham Young University in […]

  • Downstream, Midstream, Upstream

    Upstream, Midstream, and Downstream… What’s the difference?

    The oil & gas industry is very large and complex. It’s also essential for todays economy. No modern society can run smoothly without oil and gas. These products are in high demand in industry, commerce, retail, and commercial/domestic purposes.

    There is a long supply chain (production and distribution) that starts from ground exploration and ends with the consumer. This article will briefly address how that happens. The oil industry can be broken into three chronological sectors;

    1. Upstream
    2. Midstream
    3. Downstream
  • Management Tip – Customer Feedback

    The Problem: Our entire focus at Lone Tree is developing people and satisfying our guests in camp. Over the last few months we’ve found a gap in guest satisfaction. Our management team was frustrated. Lone Tree wasn’t getting enough quality data to exceed guest satisfaction. The industry standard in measuring guest satisfaction is conducting surveys. But we were […]