Calgary, AB – August 20, 2018 – STEP Energy Services is proud to announce a new community partnership with Red Deer College (RDC). STEP recently signed two separate agreements demonstrating the company’s commitment to health and wellness, and to the community.
“This partnership with RDC reflects STEP’s shared values of service, excellence, and promoting personal and professional growth,” says Steve Glanville, Vice President of Operations and COO. “We’re excited to support the community in a way that’s meaningful to the residents of Central Alberta as well as our organization.”
STEP Energy Services Gathering Stairs & Grand Opening
The STEP Energy Services Gathering Stairs – located in the new Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre – is a bold, oversized stairway with amphitheater-like seating to serve as a dynamic area for congregation, interactions, and conversations. STEP’s specific commitment to personal and professional development is highlighted by these stairs, a contribution that supports health and wellness, community building, and education. This donation to a world class facility that the community and STEP professionals will use is a fitting way to demonstrate our commitment to Central Alberta and its residents, as well as our professionals and their families. This foundation agreement spans over the next 10 years.
A grand opening for the community will be held on Thursday, August 23:
Community Day at the Gary W. Harris Canada Games Centre
Thursday, August 23, 2018 | 9:00 am to 9:00 pm
Red Deer College Main Campus
Visit: http://rdc.ab.ca/about/history/gary-w-harris-canada-games-centre-construction/grand-opening for more information.
Over the next five years, STEP will sponsor the rink score clock in the Garry Harris Centre and the RDC Engineering Technology Capstone Competition which is like Dragon's Den for students.
Founded in 2011, STEP's business has grown from a specialized, Canadian, deep-capacity coiled tubing company to a fully integrated, deep-capacity coiled tubing and fracturing solutions provider. Today, STEP focuses primarily in the Montney, Duvernay and Deep Basin in Canada; in the U.S., it provides coiled tubing, fracturing and wireline services in the Permian Basin and Eagle Ford Shale Play in Texas, the Haynesville Shale in Louisiana and plays in the Mid-Continent region.
We are the experts in applying fit-for-purpose coiled tubing, pumping and hydraulic fracturing technology to increase reservoir performance in well stimulation and intervention projects for clients operating in unconventional oil, gas, and liquids rich plays in North America.