RobertsonPetroleum

Robertson Petroleum Group strikes the basin of success.

By Staci Davidson and Kat Zeman, Knighthouse Media

Robertson Petroleum Group may not be a giant firm, but it’s a fast-growing consulting business with expanding territories and a mushrooming portfolio.

Since its inception in 2016, the Lubbock, Texas-based company has grown by leaps and bounds. “We’ve gone from four employees to 60,” President Matthew Robertson says. “And we will continue to grow. I think we will double in the next year, both from headcount and workflow.”

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Newly-formed Axis Energy Services aims to revolutionize oil and gas well services with the launch of new technology.

By Kat Zeman, Knighthouse Media

By taking an integrated, data-driven and training-focused approach to its solutions, newly-formed Axis Energy Services is pioneering a new model of completion and workover services.

Founded in 2018, the oil and gas well service company, which focuses on optimizing completions, has made significant investments into technology to drive efficiency and simplify operations.

Performance

Performance Proppants places a high value on reliability,

consistency and client relationships. 

At Performance Proppants LLC, efficiency is a major focus. “Through leveraging logistical relationships, Performance Proppants can provide for clients at the lowest possible cost,” it declares. “The supply chain is managed from start to finish and clients are able to cut access fat from operations and receive the desired product faster.”

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Waterbridge

WaterBridge Resources aims to be the premier pureplay midstream water business

by growing its best-in-class water operations and assets.

By Staci Davidson, Knighthouse Media

Seven years ago, David Capobianco and his firm, Five Point Energy, foresaw both the need and opportunity to handle water using a midstream approach supported by long-term contracts.  This vision was shared by Stephen Johnson, who had run the production completion services divisions for Nabors Well Services.  In that capacity, Johnson oversaw an inefficient system of 1,500 water trucks in 15 different states, where logistics were getting in the way. Together with Five Point Energy, Johnson formed WaterBridge Resources in late 2015. Only three years later and WaterBridge has established itself as the largest private water midstream company in North America and a pioneer of the rapidly growing industry.

Delta

Delta Daylighting provides safe access to underground utilities for repair,

rehabilitation or new construction work.

By Mark Lawton, Knighthouse Media

Hydro-excavation involves directing a high-pressure stream of water to break up the dirt around an underground utility and then sucking up the dirt and rocks using a vacuum. It’s called “daylighting” because the process literally exposes the utility to daylight.

“If you dig around any type of underground utilities for oil and gas, water, electrical cable or fiber-optic cable – any disruption can have a negative impact on the nearby community,” President Jesse Pletts says. “We are safer, faster, less disruptive and more environmentally friendly.”

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NexGen Energy continues to see positive results from the Arrow Deposit in Canada

and looks forward to mine production in the near future.

By Janice Hoppe-Spiers, Knighthouse Media

Five years after the discovery of the Arrow Deposit in uranium-rich Saskatchewan, Canada, NexGen Energy Ltd. has confirmed through a Pre-Feasibility Study that it is capable of becoming the world’s largest producer of uranium. Once in production, NexGen expects the mine to produce more than 25 million pounds annually and generate nearly C$1 billion dollars in cash flow annually based on US$50 per pound uranium contract pricing.

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