Kerr Pumps and FlowValve Award for Excellence in Well Completion, Canada 2015

Awarded to: Calfrac Well Services

Oil & Gas Awards Judges Comments

“Superior HS&E performance year in and year out especially considering the number of employees working in the field at any particular time.”

“The quality of Calfrac’s assets and chemistry is fundamental to the viability of a long-life, specialized oilfield service company that serves a global market. Hydraulic fracturing operations are constantly improving through advances in technology, which are intended to translate into capital efficiencies and enhanced well productivity and reserves for Calfrac’s customers. The impact of technology in delivering value-added solutions begins in Calfrac’s own operations with the ability to share ideas and best practices, support regional and global customers, improve productivity, increase efficiency, reduce environmental impact and drive continuing growth. Calfrac is committed to continuing to invest in technology and engineering to maintain its leading market position and serve its customers in innovative and effective ways.”

Calfrac Well Services – Corporate Overview

Calfrac is a leading independent global provider of specialized oilfield services with headquarters in Calgary, Canada. The Company operates in western Canada, the United States, Russia, Argentina and Mexico. Calfrac’s services include pressure pumping, coiled tubing, cementing and other well stimulation services which are designed to help increase the production of oil and natural gas.

Calfrac has established itself as a key energy services provider in the markets where it operates and has
a reputation for high quality, safe operations and flawless execution. With an expanded geographic network and an operating fleet sized correctly to service the markets where it operates, Calfrac’s goal is to safely and efficiently provide the highest degree of expertise, innovation and service to its customers. Based on horsepower, Calfrac is one of the largest hydraulic fracturing companies in the world with a combined fleet at December 31, 2014 of 1,254,000 horsepower.