Consolidating three locations into one major hub, the new technology, operations and commercial Black Hills site has more than 5000 ft2 of office and networking space, a 3500 ft2 laboratory and an 80 000 ft2 production area.
The combined facility will enable Clariant to analyse production issues, chemical solution development and implementation in the field.
“The central location of the site demonstrates Clariant’s long term commitment to the Eagle Ford oil production region, enabling significant opportunities for our key customer partnerships to grow with the support of our innovative sustainable chemistries and industry leading safety culture,” said Tyler Kilgannon, Head of Sales, NORAM Oil Services. The Clariant Eagle Ford legacy was established in 2013 with the creation of a sales team from the ground up and grew over the years to be a core contributor to Clariant’s onshore US oilfield services business.
“The consolidation of our three operations into a first class operations hub represents another major milestone, confirming once more that we have become the sustainability and safety role model of our industry leading into a new future,” said Anton Kaiser, Head of Supply Network Clariant BU Oil and Mining Services (OMS).
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