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Council Celebrates Launch of Well Servicing Magazine, Plans Next Issue

The Council marked the relaunch of Well Servicing Magazine during a celebration in Houston. The first issue since the PESA/AESC merger focused on ESG and included contributions from Council Members: Marie Merle Caekebeke, Schlumberger; Mark Reed, Mustang Cat; Brendan Gilbert, Solaris Oilfield Infrastructure; Jock Pool, Oceaneering; and Azfar Mahmood, Frank’s International.

“I’m proud that the Council has resumed publishing what will be the sector’s flagship publication. It will serve to educate, inform and inspire more than 10,000 readers each quarter.”

Council Co-Chair Gay Wathen, NOV Inc.

Among attendees at the launch event were board members: Daniel Hindes, Pioneer Energy Services; Craig Lange, Caterpillar Inc.; Mark Reed, Mustang Cat; Jack Renshaw, Basic Energy Services; Pearl Chu, Schlumberger; Matt Hooker, Ranger Energy Services, LLC; Mike Reeves, Shawcor, as well as Council COO Molly Determan.

“Well Servicing Magazine is a uniquely positioned platform for experts within the sector to perform a comprehensive analysis of the production lifecycle. On subjects ranging from technological innovation to best practices, to advice, guidance and leadership, the magazine will be an authoritative voice advancing the sector towards operational excellence that is safe, reliable and cost-effective.”

Board Vice Co-Chair Mike Reeves, Shawcor

Staff is already working on the next issue with a focus on water management. To submit an abstract for the fourth quarter issue, click here or contact Council Director of Communications & Research Kevin Broom.


Kevin Broom, Director Communications and Research, writes about the Council’s sector-specific best practices and leadership. Click here to subscribe to the Council’s newsletter, which highlights industry practices, workforce development, Council activities and more.
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