A Comal Energy Services spokesman announced that they have successfully completed the installation, start-up and commissioning of over 25,000 horsepower of natural gas compression on a Central Oklahoma greenfield project. The project first broke ground in mid-2015, and was completed in the third quarter of 2016. The spokesman further elaborated that they are optimistic the industry will begin to recover in 2017, based on crude oil prices seemingly stabilizing above $50 a barrel and the increasing drilling rig counts.
During a recent talk among industry leaders, a CES spokesperson said, “We are optimistic for an industry turn around in 2017, based on increased drilling activity and oil prices remaining at $50 or higher.”
Comal Energy Services, LP is supporting a major midstream company design and build gas processing facilities in the midcontinent area. As a part of that project, CES sourced, installed and commission over 25,000 horsepower of natural gas compression.