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Energy Workforce Welcomes Two New Member Companies

The Energy Workforce & Technology Council welcomes its newest members, Liberty Oilfield Services LLC, and Alamo Pressure Pumping LLC.

Liberty Oilfield ServicesLiberty Oilfield Services LLC is an innovative oilfield service company providing specialized stimulation services to optimize production. Liberty focuses on offering safe, efficient and high-quality hydraulic fracturing services in the Williston, DJ, Powder River, Permian and Eagle Ford Basins. Liberty’s goal is to provide frack design and execution with a real-time data focus to optimize field development and improve production enhancement strategies for their clients.

Liberty Oilfield Services is headquartered in Denver, CO. Chris Wright is CEO and Ron Gusek is President.

Alamo Pressure PumpingAlamo Pressure Pumping LLC is an industry leader in pressure pumping uptime availability, reliability, efficiency, safety and customer satisfaction. Alamo’s equipment is manufactured with the latest technology and specifically designed for the dynamic, challenging environments of the Midland and Delaware Basins. Alamo strives to provide consistency and drive efficiency through standardization.

Alamo Pressure Pumping is headquartered in Midland, TX and Joe McKie is President & CEO.

“Adding new members strengthens the Council’s mission of unifying the technology and services sector of the oil and gas industry. We’re pleased to have Liberty Oilfield Services and Alamo Pressure Pumping join us in the work of strengthening our sector so we can deliver the energy future the world needs.”

Leslie Beyer, CEO, Energy Workforce & Technology Council


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