Stallion Opens Super-Yard in the Eagle Ford Shale
KENEDY, TX — On Monday, July 11, 2012, customers in South Texas joined Stallion in celebrating an open house at the Company’s newest facility. Stallion currently has over 60 locations strategically located in all of the major basins across the United States with Kenedy being the newest store location. The new facility in Kenedy will be one of several other facilities in South Texas, namely Carrizo Springs, Tilden, Victoria and Alice, designed to support the Eagle Ford Shale activity for years to come. Stallion will provide the same, dependable services as all other locations—ranging from accommodations to wellsite communications.
Enjoying live music and barbecue — all while withstanding a few torrential downpours — attendees were given a tour of the new facility and learned about the quality service Stallion will continue to serve in the area. Stallion’s sales & marketing team was there to field questions and provide insight for the Company’s newest locations and how Stallion is working with oil and gas operators and other service companies to provide efficient and reliable services that meet the most stringent safety requirements. More and more operators are looking to Stallion to provide not only a comprehensive set of wellsite and production services but also deliver well-trained and safety conscious service technicians. The new facility is also home to an 80-man camp used to provide onsite accommodations for the Company’s service personnel.
Stallion Oilfield Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiaries provide a wide range of wellsite support, completion, production and logistics services to oil and gas exploration and production companies, drilling contractors, and other service companies throughout the United States. The Company’s comprehensive suite of services includes workforce accommodations, production and fluid logistics services, surface equipment rental, wellsite construction, solids control services, and wellsite communications. Stallion’s operations cover the most active and prolific oil and natural gas basins in the U.S., including South Texas (Eagle Ford Shale), Rocky Mountain Regions (Niobrara/Bakken Shale/Piceance), Permian Basin (Wolfcamp/Avalon/Bone Spring Shales), the Mid-Continent (Mississippi Lime/Woodford Cana/Granite Wash), ArkLaTex (Haynesville Shale), Marcellus/Utica Shales, North Texas (Barnett Shale), the Gulf Coast (Tuscaloosa Marine Shale) including the inland waters of Louisiana, offshore Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast, Prudhoe Bay (Alaska) and, to a lesser extent, certain international waters.
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