Taking postings in some of the world’s wildest and most remote regions, not to mention some of the roughest drilling rigs on the planet, Paul Carter has worked, gotten into trouble and been given serious talking’s to in locations as far-flung as the North Sea, Middle East, Borneo and Tunisia, as exotic as Sumatra, Vietnam and Thailand, and as flat out dangerous as Afghanistan, Columbia, Russia, and Nigeria.
Paul survived all this with his crew, some of the maddest, baddest, and strangest people you could hope not to meet. Career highlights include being locked in the toilet by his own monkey, being assaulted by a midget and dysentery on a commercial airliner.
Published: November 2013
More of Paul Carter's hugely entertaining stories of his seriously crazy, sometimes terrifying, always hilarious adventures.
Published: December 2011
A bumper volume chock full of Paul Carter's hugely entertaining stories of his seriously crazy, sometimes terrifying, always hilarious adventures. Strap yourself in for a wild ride.
Published: November 2010
The next eagerly awaited, high octane, seat-of-your-pants adventure from the author of the bestselling Don't Tell Mum I Work on the Rigs (she thinks I'm a piano player in a whorehouse) sees (the surely a bit bonkers) Paul Carter circumnavigating Australia on a bio-diesel motorcycle.
Published: November 2007
Adrenalin junkie, oil rigger, motorbike fanatic, madman . . . Paul Carter, author of Don't Tell Mum I Work on the Rigs, She Thinks I'm a Piano Player in a Whorehouse, is back with more (mostly) good clean stories of life on the rigs.
Published: August 2005
A take no prisoners' approach to life has seen Paul Carter heading to some of the world's most remote, wild and dangerous places as a contractor in the oil business. Amazingly, he's survived (so far) to tell these stories from the edge of civilization, and reason.