From the press release:

US Well Services, LLC (USWS) is pleased to announce we will begin operating a high pressure, high rate fracturing fleet servicing the Wolfcamp and Southern Eagle Ford Shale plays out of San Angelo, TX.

“We are pleased to have US Well Services join our business community. We know that San Angelo is perfectly positioned to serve the west Texas oil service industry, ” said mayor Brenda Gunter. “We have a great quality of life in San Angelo so it is easy to understand when a business is making a decision to relocate or to open a new facility why San Angelo is the best option from a business as well as a personal perspective.”

We are currently planning to reposition one of our current fleets from the Northeast U.S. to San Angelo, Texas, beginning operations in mid-February 2018. Initially this will involve one but could grow to a second fleet in the future.

USWS provides high-pressure, hydraulic fracturing services in unconventional oil and natural gas basins. Both our conventional (diesel) and Clean Fleet® (electric) hydraulic fracturing fleets are among the most reliable and highest performing fleets in the industry, with the capability to meet the most demanding pressure and pump rate requirements.

We are currently operating in the Marcellus and Utica shale regions of Ohio, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania. We are also operating in the Cotton Valley, Austin Chalk, and Eagle Ford Shale plays out of Bryan, TX. USWS continues to evaluate additional opportunities with existing and new customers to expand our operations throughout the United States.

USWS has leased a facility in San Angelo and will be hiring a number of office and shop employees to support Operations. Interested applicants should go to the USWS website and
complete an on-line Employment Application based on their job interests.

“The arrival of a highly-skilled, national well services company to San Angelo is further evidence that oil producers are being strengthened by the steady and measured increase in the price of West Texas Intermediate crude. Unlike the boom of 2014, this is a more durable and progressive resurgence of WTI, said Mike Boyd, President of the San Angelo Chamber of Commerce. “The efficiencies have increased greatly and the exportation of crude oil has also been a game-changer. We are proud that US Well Services has selected San Angelo as their base of operations for the region. We think they will be very pleased with their new strategic location decision.”

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