HB Rentals’ Eagle Ford Contract & New Texas Facility

Tuesday, January 04, 2011

Onsite accommodation specialist, HB Rentals, a Superior Energy Services company, has opened an additional facility in Texas and has been awarded a one-year contract to provide onsite living quarters with offices for four rigs operating in the Eagle Ford shale play in South Texas.

The additional facility is located in Laredo, Texas.  This yard was strategically added in order to support customers’ needs to provide the highest level of support and equipment in the Eagle Ford shale region.

The facility will have accommodations, communications equipment and auxiliary equipment on site as well as the certified technicians and staff to deliver, install and maintain the equipment provide ongoing service.  

HB Rentals’ recent contract in the Eagle Ford shale region includes wheel-mounted trailers, the installation of water systems with pressure sets, sewer systems with pumps, portable toilets, generators, mud rooms and VSAT communication systems.
 

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