FALCON TECHNOLOGIES begins Marcellus shale operationsPublished Date: 8/31/2010
FALCON TECHNOLOGIES – a leading provider of custom spill prevention, control and countermeasure (SPCC) systems – has announced commencement of operations in the Marcellus shale resource play. The company also currently operates in a five-state region of the Southwestern U.S., including areas such as the Haynesville, Barnett, Fayetteville and Eagle Ford shale basins.
FALCON provides innovative spray-in liners for secondary containments, tank liners and tank bases to help mitigate environmental risk and reduce life-cycle economic impact for companies in the oil and natural gas industry.
The company’s regional operations are located in Horseheads, New York, to service customers throughout the Marcellus shale play. These operations will be overseen by regional manager Larry Glaser and regional sales manager Mike Nordel.
"We look forward to providing our clients with innovative, cost-efficient containment solutions to promote environmental stewardship during development of the vast Marcellus resources," said Scott Thompson, vice president of Falcon.
For more information, visit Falcon’s booth #192 at Pennsylvania Independent Oil and Gas Association’s (PIOGA) Eastern Oil and Gas Conference and Trade Show August 30 – September 1, 2010.
FALCON , a subsidiary of CARBO Ceramics Inc., currently provides environmental stewardship through a broad range of technology solutions to protect the environment from spills, while reducing operating costs for the exploration and production industry.###
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