Natural Gas Exports to Mexico Posted August 14, 2015


Newest Oilfield Lodging And Natural Gas Exports to Mexico on the Fast Track…

Just as Space X rockets may be taking off from the beaches at Boca Chica near Brownsville, natural gas exports to Mexico look to also sky rocket in the coming years with oilfield lodging. Due to changes in Mexican law in 2013 opening the electricity market to private investment, billions of dollars in contracts have been let to build power plants, electrical … Read More »


Emerald Oil Enters Agreement With Koch Oilfield Lodging

Months after Emerald Oil Inc.’s (EOX) Delaware Basin acquisition fell apart, the Denver E&P has entered agreements to sell working interest in the Bakken Shale as well as a possible midstream oilfield lodging joint venture, the company said Aug. 3.

Emerald said it entered a purchase and sale agreement in July with Koch Exploration Co. LLC, a subsidiary of Koch Industries Inc., totaling about $24.4 million. Proceeds … Read More »


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The French hydrocarbons sector, which traces its roots back to the turn of the 20th century, has proven to be resilient, technologically adept and resourceful in finding oilfield lodging and innovative ways to cope with the current crisis.

In recent decades, French oil and gas companies have grown … Read More »


Workplace Comfort One of the Keys in Retaining Younger Workforce Offshore – Oilfield Lodging by Valerie Jones, Careers Editor

Offshore and oilfield lodging conditions can be messy, dangerous and grueling at times … we all know that. And so do the thousands of workers who make their living working on offshore drilling rigs as well as the high number of job candidates who are awaiting an opportunity to work offshore. These job candidates are a … Read More »


NEWS RELEASE FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Oilfield Lodging Invites you… Taya Kyle, Wife of the Late “American Sniper,” to Speak at 2015 DUG Eagle Ford Conference

Houston, Texas (July 29, 2015) – Audiences met the late Navy SEAL marksman Chris Kyle through thebestselling novel and blockbuster movie American Sniper. His surviving spouse, Taya Kyle will address delegates at Hart Energy’s DUG Eagle Ford conference attended by oilfield lodging .com. She will deliver a keynote message focused … Read More »


Oilfield Lodging, Corporate Lodging & The Future of Travel Distribution Landscape

 Tuesday, July 28 | 8:30am – 9:00am

Look forward and learn from the best when it comes to The Future of Travel Distribution Landscape. These industry experts will be discussing changing consumer behaviors, new technologies and much more as these factors impact the structure and business model of travel distribution on oilfield lodging and corporate lodging.


Dorothy Dowling Senior Vice President, Marketing and … Read More »


Good News For OilField Lodging and Oilfield Services…  Synalloy Reports Double Digit Percentage Increases in Adjusted Net Income and Adjusted EBITDA for the Second Quarter and First Six Months of 2015

SPARTANBURG, S.C., July 27, 2015 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Synalloy Corporation (Nasdaq:SYNL), a growth oriented company that engages in a number of diverse business activities including the production of stainless steel pipe, fiberglass and steel storage tanks and specialty chemicals and the master distribution of … Read More »


Key Energy Services Inc. (NYSE: KEG) named Robert Drummond as its new president and COO, effective immediately.

Drummond formerly served as the president of Schlumberger Ltd.’s (NYSE: SLB) North American business unit, and he also held other management positions throughout his 31 years at the company. Drummond also serves as a director and member of the executive committee for the National Ocean Industries Association.

Key Energy CEO Richard Alario will maintain his position with Drummond … Read More »


For week 46 I would like to discuss oil field housing in Midland Texas let's discuss man camps hotels and oil filter housing specifically oilfield lodging. We have noticed a trend in the Permian basin for Oilfield housing that exceeds availability.


Pecos Oil Field Housing Pecos Texas Hotels Week 45 of 2014 Oil Field Housing Trend Update: Currently we are having a large surge in requests from well companies service companies for housing for their oil field workers in Pecos Texas. Our typical check in right now is about 40 rooms. However in Pecos Texas there are no hotels left there and there are no man camps with availability. We have them all full. There is zero occupancy unless you go through and we use some of our previously reserved room blocks. As we watch this trend, I keep in mind when I've been told, by everyone in the business, to watch out for November and December's holiday slow downs. However that is not ever been our experience since 2010. Oil Field Housing and Hotel requests are growing more and more. We see more diversity such as service companies, construction companies, oil and gas drillers and now we are seeing a large influx of construction, pipeliners, and electrical infrastructure companies coming into the Permian basin looking for oil field housing. Because the nature of the business, is it hard for most frac, pressure pumping and coil tubing companies to forecast movement. In many cases they do not have the notification or the calendar organization to know when their crews are moving so we do advise, if you think your crews are moving in the next two days to seven days please call us and let us know. Time is of the essence! Please let us reserve your rooms now, otherwise they will be driving an hour or more to their drill sites in the Permian Basin western locations.