Wellsite Rental Services to merger with Viking Oil Tools

Published Jul 10, 2015
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Wellsite Rental Services, LLC

Wellsite Rental Services, LLC (Wellsite), and Viking Oil Tools (Viking), have agreed to merge to form Wellsite Fishing and Rental Services, LLC. Both companies are majority owned by NGP Energy Technology Partners (NGP ETP), an energy private equity firm.

“The Wellsite and Viking service offerings are very complementary in completion and remedial applications, so we see this combination as a great strategic opportunity for both companies. We are also very excited to have two proven management teams with deep industry experience partner together,” says Michael LeBourgeois, managing director of NGP ETP.

“Wellsite offers high quality tubulars and associated handling tools along with a variety of other rental items, so combining Viking’s first-class thru tubing, fishing and remedial service lines with our expansive rental portfolio is a strategic move for both companies,” says Kirby Arceneaux, chairman and CEO of the combined company. “This allows Wellsite to provide complete packages of equipment and field service after fracturing operations are completed and enables us to more broadly compete in the drilling, workover and completions markets.”

Following the completion of the merger, Wes Heiskell, former president and CEO of Viking will serve as Wellsite’s President. “The Viking team is excited to be merging with Kirby and his Wellsite team,” says Heiskell. “This strategic merger is a great opportunity for both companies to expand our product and service offerings and deepen our relationships with existing and potential customers across several markets, including the Permian, Marcellus, Utica, Eagle Ford, East Texas and the Gulf Coast.”

Tags: LLC, Viking Oil Tools, Wellsite Rental Services


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