We are an independent provider of premium hydraulic fracturing, coiled tubing and pressure pumping services with a focus on complex, technically demanding well completions. In addition, through our subsidiary Total E&S, Inc., we manufacture and repair equipment to fulfill our internal needs as well as for third party companies in the energy services industry. We operate in what we believe to be some of the most geologically challenging basins in South Texas, East Texas/ North Louisiana, Western Oklahoma and West Texas/ East New Mexico. We are in the process of acquiring additional hydraulic fracturing fleets and evaluating opportunities with existing and new customers to expand our operations into new areas throughout the United States with similarly demanding completion and stimulation requirements.
About Casedhole Holdings, Inc.
Founded in 2005 and headquartered in Houston, Texas, Casedhole Holdings, Inc., through its operating subsidiaries ("Casedhole"), is a leading multi-regional, independent provider of cased-hole wireline and other complementary services and a market leader across the most attractive regions of oil and gas exploration and production activity. Casedhole performs critical tasks throughout a well's lifecycle, including logging, perforating and pipe recovery. In addition, Casedhole performs complementary pressure testing, and pumpdown services. It has expertise in both horizontal and high-pressure, high-temperature completion applications. Casedhole operates its fleet of 58 wireline units, 11 pumpdown units and pressure control equipment through 12 district offices in 10 of the most active basins and shale plays in the United States. Casedhole is majority owned by Intervale Capital, a private equity fund focused on investments in the oil field services industry.
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