The First Energy Expo in San Angelo

The First Energy Expo in San Angelo

From water works marketing to oil-field safety, exhibitors from across the country are in San Angelo this week for the Energy Expo.

A variety of companies from all over the United States came to San Angelo's first Energy Expo to market their product and receive brand recognition from the industry.

The expo was held at the McNease Convention Center august 6th and 7th from 9 to noon with a high turn out of 49 exhibitors.

Many vendors are in the service industry, operating industry, safety management, water conservation and others, demonstrating their products and services all relative to the west Texas area and oil field.

One exhibitor, Casedhole Solutions Sales Representative. Dwain Grider says, his goal is to make a foot print right here in San Angelo.

Grinder says, "We have just actually are in the process of having an open house at the end of the month. And a grand opening on the 21st of the month."

"We are very please to be at the first expo energy summit and expo. It's been a very great turn out. "

Another exhibitor Jason Jones, is a Sales Representative for Mccain Water Works Marketing. He is showing off a water distribution station and telling viewers why its important to manage water.

He says, "This gives them a way to manage that water so that none of it is stolen, that it remains secure and that they keep track of every drop and make sure they bill people.

Many attendees and exhibitors say they are planning to come back for next year's Energy Expo.

Some major sponsors for the event include Casedhole, Devon, and Pioneer among several others.


Kaitlin Moore Reports

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