Headquartered in North Dakota, Northern Oilfield Services is a household name in the oilfield supply and service space. The company’s offerings are predominantly focused on well-control, including equipment supply for hydraulic fracking and drilling operations along with maintenance and repairs for wellheads all across the Western United States. With their broad portfolio of services, Northern Oilfield Services provides exploration & production (E&P) companies with safe, smooth-running, and cost-efficient oil and natural gas solutions.
What drives Northern Oilfield Services ahead in the oilfield service and supply niche is their highly flexible and client specific service delivery model. A major part of the company’s services revolves around offering superior quality equipment for hydraulic fracking and drilling operations configured specifically for the clients’ needs. Be it renting equipment for a short period or buying it at a fair price as a long-term investment, Northern Oilfield Services has the equipment customers need.
Clients who are starting their first hydraulic fracking operation, replacing their outdated equipment, or expanding operations to other worksites can purchase or rent top-of-the-line equipment from Northern Oilfield Services. All equipment is safe and well-maintained, adhering to regulatory standards and codes.
With years of experience in the oilfield industry, Northern Oilfield Services knows the importance of properly maintaining powerful and potentially dangerous fracking and drilling equipment. Northern Oilfield Services is well aware of the risks and offers oilfield equipment testing services, including hydrostatic and pneumatic pressure testing. This testing helps sustain the structural integrity of fracking and drilling systems. The company also provides industry-leading maintenance and repair services to ensure the equipment’s continued safe operations. Needless to say, keeping the equipment in ideal conditions prevents breakdown and subsequent downtime that costs clients significant amounts of time and money.
“We are not just a service company. We provide data solutions by consolidating the information we have gathered through our 100 years of combined experience in the oil and gas industry,” says Jimmy D. Robinson, the COO at Northern Oilfield Services. Their tried and tested repository of information offers customized data solutions to customers, enabling them to make better decisions for a healthier bottom line.
We are not just a service company. We provide data solutions by consolidating the information we have gathered through our 100 years of combined experience in the oil and gas industry
With innovation embedded in its DNA, Northern Oilfield Services constantly strives to advance the technologies existing in the space. The company partners with a number of suppliers, engineering groups, industry experts, and even competitors to develop better tools and provide end-to-end services. For instance, Northern Oilfield Services has engaged with leading high-octane companies to try new metal coating in gate valves to increase lifespan.
Northern Oilfield Services’ innovative approach to bettering the technology and services has paved the way to establishing long-standing partnerships with customers and vendors. The company invites both customers and competitors to be part of the discussion to mitigate existing and new challenges, thus enhancing the strategy for better outcomes. Pioneering the scope for collaborative learning, the company puts out a cheat sheet every six months with new rules-of-thumb or issues that they or their peers have encountered.
For the road ahead, Northern Oilfield Services plans to be more turnkey in valve repair equipment. The company wants to invest in training people to repair and refurbish valves for reuse. It eliminates the expense of buying new while driving a positive change toward environmental consciousness, ensuring less waste. “We want to be as self-sufficient as possible and maintain the quality of the services we offer,” says Robinson.
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