HB Rentals First Nicaraguan Project

Thursday, July 29, 2010

Accommodations specialist, HB Rentals, a Superior Energy Services company, has delivered three skid units to San Jacinto Tizate, Nicaragua, for Thermasource Inc., announced Glenn Aguilar, Vice President of Corporate Sales and Marketing.  This is the company’s first delivery to Nicaragua.

The package consists of one 8 Man Crew Quarter and two standard bedroom skid houses.  They are fully furnished and come complete with bedrooms, bathrooms, a kitchen/dining area and a living room.  Water and sewer holding tanks were included, as well as all associated installation materials.

“We are thrilled to be stepping into this region in Central America,” said Ken Ferguson, Director of Business Development. “Activity in this region is expanding from geothermal development to drilling projects, and we’re pleased HB Rentals will be there to provide safe and comfortable accommodations.”

These facilities will be used by Thermasource for 12 to 24 months at an estimated value of $200,000.

www.hbrental.com

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