Calgary, AB (July 23, 2014) – STEP Energy Services’ newly commissioned mast coiled tubing unit, 33C04, made its way to Kindersley on July 15, 2014 to perform a frac through coil job for a major producer operating in central Saskatchewan. The client locations will be the coiled tubing unit’s home for some time to come utilizing 2-7/8” string to perform the required work. Operations commenced on a three well pad on July 16 and since then five wells have been completed.
"The equipment is running flawlessly and the crews are engaged and excited about working on the newest addition to the fleet,” says site manager Drew Robinson.
Marc Johnson, vice president of sales and marketing comments, “The addition of new units to enhance STEP’s growing fleet of purpose-built equipment shows our commitment to our clients by responding to their ever-changing needs. Our business is growing at a rapid pace and we’re excited to continue our expansion into Saskatchewan and increase business in Alberta and British Columbia.” Chief operating officer and vice president of operations, Steve Glanville adds, “We listen to our clients and execute on our promises, one of which is supplying reliable equipment when demand from the market makes good business sense – a demand which continues to increase for STEP on a daily basis.”
STEP will continue to add new equipment throughout the year and by the end of 2014 the company’s fleet will total 14 coiled tubing units, 18 fluid pumping units and 10 nitrogen pumping units.