Kerr Pumps & FlowValve Award for Excellence in Well Completion, Rocky Mountain 2017

Awarded to: Calfrac Well Services

Judges Comments

“This submission answers all elements of the criteria here and is impressive, one area that really stood out is the innovation with equipment reducing site footprint, noise and eliminates operational staff from exposure to health and risk of Silica dust, this just highlights one of many outstanding improvements made recently.”

“All round very impressive company and submission, commitment to Innovation, H&S, Quality, Environment and CSR is threaded throughout the entry with very strong testimonial.”

Corporate Overview

Calfrac Well Services is an independent provider of specialized oilfield services, including hydraulic fracturing, coiled tubing, cementing and other well stimulation services. An API Q2 certified company, Calfrac operates in key basins in the US including the Rockies, Bakken, Eagle Ford, Permian, Marcellus and Utica. Operations in Canada service the Bakken, Viking, Cardium, Deep Basin, Horn River and Montney.

The majority of Calfrac’s field activities are associated with hydraulic fracturing. The company provides slickwater solutions for fresh and high TDS brine applications, support for high viscosity friction reducer fracture fluid systems, along with all traditional industry applications of gel based, crosslink and energized fracturing needs. Treatment types and additives (such as surfactants, biocides and diverters) are customized to meet desired operational, treatment and production objectives.

Calfrac’s HSE program includes procedures to ensure it meets or exceed all applicable health, safety and environmental regulations. The company develops and tests technologies and fluid systems
to boost efficiency, reduce water consumption and minimize risk to the environment. Regional labs are positioned in strategic locations to ensure direct support is available to customers and at the wellsite. Calfrac’s supply chain, logistics optimization and asset management strategy includes access to sand mines and terminals, long-term leases on private railcars, barges and trucks, access to unit train facilities and third-party transloads as well as field storage for last mile product management.