Total Frac Solutions Inc. (TFS) recently launched its surface rentals business, a company press release announced on Sept. 7.
The company's key products include systems that support zipper frac and simulfrac operations, focusing on frac stacks and zipper manifolds that comprise a full bore 15K system, according to the company.
TFS currently operates in the Permian and Denver-Julesburg basins but intend to expand its operations into other regions focused on multistage completions operations.
“U.S. land frac applications require increasing efficiency in operations while maintaining a focus on ESG initiatives to deliver more comprehensive value to our customers,” managing director Jonathan Nixon commented in the release.
“Our objective at TFS is to leverage our years of service experience and technology understanding to improve the reliability of equipment in the field, particularly for our frac customers."
The company is the exclusive provider of Worldwide Oilfield Machine's Magnum SP frac valve technology, which has proven "durability and maintenance-free capabilities" in early field trials.
TFS has already begun commercial operations with customers, deploying equipment on six active frac locations in its operational basins since the successful completion of the field trials.
"The focus is flawless execution from our service teams and equipment," Nixon added. “We want to create opportunities for customers to engage in novel commercial models that support the demands of today’s market environment.”
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