Stallion Acquires BLR

Friday, March 03, 2006
Stallion Oilfield Services Ltd., a provider of fully-integrated drilling support services, has completed the acquisition of BLR Construction Companies, L.L.C., which is based in Louisiana and launches Stallion's entry into the land and marine well-site construction business. BLR provides location construction including board and composite mats for rig sites, production facility and pipeline construction, marine and crew services, heavy equipment services, remediation services and well site decommissioning. BLR's assets also include a fleet of barges, tugboats, and crew boats to support its marine operations; as well as other construction equipment.
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