Xtreme Drilling and Coil Services owns and operates a fleet of proprietary drilling and well servicing rigs, which are currently working in the U.S. and Middle East. Xtreme’s fleet includes 15 dual-purpose drilling rigs featuring the company’s Coil Over Top Drive® designs, and 8 coil service rigs. This image was photographed on a deep coil service rig operating in North Dakota.
DeSoto Drilling, a Southwestern Energy company, gross operated production exceeds 2 billion cubic feet per day from the Fayetteville Shale play.
DeSoto Gathering Company, L.L.C., which was formed in 2004 to engage in gathering activities related to the development of the Fayetteville Shale.
DeSoto Drilling Inc., which owns and operates drilling rigs for Southwestern Energy has the Fayetteville Shale area development and continues to ramp up as the company invests to about $155 million . Currently the are drilling 67 wells.
WesternGeco GeoSolutions is a multidisciplinary company that provides a complete offering of geophysical and geological solutions for hydrocarbon exploration, production, and development challenges.
Oasis Energy is one of the most recognized energy marketers. They supply electricity and natural gas to residential and business customers. They aim to excel at providing the best quality customer support in the industry. Every operational decision made within the company is focused on increasing our efficiency so we can provide better service for our customers.
Michael Osowski, President of Oasis Energy stated,
“We’re very proud of our new green energy plans. Our low fixed rates make renewable energy a viable option for people who previously couldn’t afford it. It’s exciting.”
Working from the small enclosure on the rig floor, Pacemaker driller uses the space as command center for supporting the rig. This general-purpose shelter is a combination tool shed, office, communications center, coffee room, lunchroom and general meeting place for the driller and his crew.
Southwestern Energy Company produces domestic natural gas – an important natural resource that helps fuel our nation’s economy while playing a critical role in America’s quest for energy independence. With operations in Arkansas starting 80 years ago they now we produce natural gas from more than 1.5 million acres of land.
Jere Overdyke’s (right), Senior Vice President of finance has extensive experience in energy industry finance and operations dates back to 1977. His experience in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico arena is approaching 20 years. Prior to joining Deep Gulf Energy in 2005, Mr. Overdyke worked with Plains Resources serving as Executive Vice President and CFO from 2001 to 2002 and Enron Corp from 1991 to 2001. Mr. Overdyke served on the Board of Directors of Mariner Energy from 1996 to 2001.
Scott D. Josey (right) has served as a director of our general partner since June 2012 and of Northern Tier Energy LLC since May 2011. Since October 2011, Mr. Josey has been the chief executive officer of Sequitur Energy Management LLC, which performs management oversight services for exploration and production companies.
Loegering (left) was previously with Mariner Energy as senior vice president of Deepwater. He served as vice president of Deepwater from August 2002 until September 2006 and held various positions including vice president of Petroleum Engineering and director of Deepwater Development. Prior to joining Mariner in July 1990, Loegering was employed by Tenneco from 1982 to 1989, serving in various positions including as senior engineer in the economic, planning and analysis group in Tenneco's corporate offices. Loegering began his career with Conoco in 1977 and held positions in the construction, production and reservoir departments responsible for Gulf of Mexico production and development.
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