Casedhole Solutions has relocated its headquarters to Houston from Weatherford, Okla., as a part of the company's expansion program, announced its new President and CEO, Don Gawick.
Relocating its headquarters to Houston's Energy Corridor is a key part of the company's vision for corporate growth, which includes expanding its footprint to most of the major shale, unconventional and oil-rich plays in the U.S.
Building on its success as a mid-continent service provider, Casedhole Solutions has recently expanded into Midland, Texas, to service the Permian Basin; Grand Junction, Colo., to service the Rocky Mountain areas; Charleroi, Pa., in the heart of the Marcellus Shale play; and will soon move into the growing Eagle Ford Shale area.
Casedhole Solutions has also recently doubled its presence and capabilities in Williston, N.D., and completed its new facility in Bossier City, La.
"Thanks, in large part, to the experience and operational expertise of our personnel, we are building a reputation for providing the highest level of service quality in the basins in which we operate. We are very well positioned to grow and expand our presence and capabilities," said Gawick. "As we grow, we will continue to place the utmost importance on providing the highest quality service and operational efficiency for our customers."
In addition to the company's geographic expansion, it has also announced that it is expanding its management team by naming Ed Keppler Vice President and General Manager, North Region; E.M. "Mike" Hobbs Vice President and General Manager, South Region; and J.L. "Lance" Dunn Vice President Sales and Marketing.
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