CARROLLTON, Texas--(EON: Enhanced Online News)--RCW Energy Services today announced that it has invested more than $3 million to expand its line of lay-flat, no-leak pipe; 325 hp pumps; and state-of-the-art flow meters, filter pods and no-leak couplings for the company’s water transfer business.
RCW President Glenn Young said, “RCW has and will continue to invest in our equipment and our customers. We now have the resources necessary to provide services in the Permian, Eagle Ford and Haynesville areas and plan on further expansion to meet demand created by hydraulic fracturing, which is revolutionizing oil and gas development in the United States.”
Young said the company has doubled the number of experienced water management personnel on staff in recent months to serve RCW’s growing operations in the Permian and Eagle Ford and has opened permanent offices in Midland and Pleasanton.
The company anticipates continuing to expand its capabilities and areas of operation over the next several quarters, making additional capital investments necessary to achieve its strategic plan.
RCW Energy Services is an oilfield services company headquartered in Carrollton, Texas, with operations in Kilgore, Midland, Madisonville and Pleasanton. The company provides water management and water transfer services to support hydraulic fracturing and other oilfield operations.
RCW’s proprietary H2OmniView technology is the world’s first cloud-based water management system. It helps conserve water and provides customers situational awareness through a real-time interface that continuously monitors water flow, pressure and volumes, detects leaks and other anomalies, communicates alert notifications and generates customized job reports.