Field Service that Means Production & Savings

John is the manager of well sites in the Barnett Shale, one of the largest producing natural gas fields in Texas. John oversees some 1500+ sites and is responsible for keeping them up-to-date with plunger lift controls, gas lift systems, pump gas controls and even Safety Shut Down systems.

Be Like John

Everything changed for John when he met the GlobaLogix team at a casual lunch.

That’s why his company trained “roustabouts” to routinely install packaged control systems. But those roustabouts couldn’t troubleshoot simple problems, nor could they work in a timely manner.

He was so impressed with our knowledge in troubleshooting and programming that we were given a “pad interview.” Our electricians completed the site with a professional touch far surpassing anything John had ever seen. We finished in a matter of days – a value beyond comparison.

For the next three years, GlobaLogix brought over 800 of John’s wells to the highest standards with 120 on deck for completion. GlobaLogix was even asked to overview other E&C vendors to make sure that the standards we set were maintained.

With over a dozen of our programmers, installers and electricians on site daily, John describes the real value that GlobaLogix delivered in one simple sentence: “We hand it to them, and they take care of it.”

Want the job to last days – not months?

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