September 2020, Vol. 247, No. 9

Permian Update

Proper Prepping Promotes Greater Profits in the Permian

By Ben Shuck, Manager-Technical Services, Weir Oil & Gas As the oil and gas industry recovers from the COVID-19 pandemic, the ability for service companies to be responsive and nimble is vital. This requires that equipment is ready when service companies are, as deadlines can be tighter than ever. Proper maintenance is a must, and a true partnership between service companies and service providers underpins their success.  Carefully managing capital and maintenance expenses can significantly improve the bottom line. For service companies that parked pumps in earlier months, properly idling that equipment is essential to avoid damaging it and uni

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