Allenergy Inc., Coffeyville, Kan., (Pink Sheets: ALRY) plans to acquire Rex Horning Well Services LLC, Independence, Kan.

Rex Horn provides energy services in southeastern Kansas and northeastern Oklahoma. Several of Allenergy's existing properties and holdings are in southeastern Kansas.

First Reserve Fund VIII LP, managed by private-equity firm First Reserve Corp., Greenwich, Conn., sold approximately 50% of its interest in T-3 Energy Services Inc., Houston, (Nasdaq: TTES).

First Reserve Fund sold 4.5 million T-3 Energy Services share in a series of block trades, reducing its beneficial ownership from 84.8% to approximately 44.3% of T-3 Energy Services shares.

T-3 provides drilling and completion services, workover and production and transportation.

First Reserve remains T-3's largest stockholder. The increased public float is to enhance liquidity.

Flotek Industries Inc., Houston, (Amex: FTK) plans to acquire Triumph Drilling Tools Inc. from Teal Supply Co., Corpus Christi, Texas, for $31 million.

Triumph provides downhole rental equipment and has an inventory of drilling tools for lease or sublease in Texas, New Mexico, Louisiana, Oklahoma and Arkansas. The company will become part of Flotek's drilling-tools division.

The combined companies will have an inventory of more than 20,000 tools, the largest inventory of rental tools in several of its key regional markets.

Flotek chairman and chief executive Jerry D. Dumas says, "We believe the addition of services and under-utilized inventory from Flotek's other regions will strengthen and expand Triumph's market presence."

Morgan Keegan & Co. Inc. is financial advisor to Triumph. The deal is expected to close in January.

Global Resource Corp., West Berlin, N.J., (OTCBB: GBRC) has acquired Virginia-based Equipment Service Parts Inc. for an undisclosed price.

Equipment Service Parts provides tools and manufacturing, and will be added to Global Resources' oil-extraction services business unit.

Global Resource Corp., West Berlin, N.J., (OTCBB: GBRC) plans to acquire assets from West Berlin-based Mobilestream Oil (Pink Sheets: MSRM) for approximately $182.7 million in preferred shares.

Mobilestream shareholders will receive approximately $25 million and other inside shareholders will receive approximately $157.7 million.

The technology will be used to recycle raw ingredients from automobile tires and to extract oil from shale and tar sands.

Corporate Valuation Advisors Inc. is financial advisor to Mobilestream Oil.

Oil and gas construction firm Heerema Fabrication Group, Zwijndrecht, The Netherlands, has acquired Albert-Garaudy Consulting Engineers, Metairie, La., for an undisclosed price.

Albert-Garaudy provides engineering consulting to international oil and gas, refining and chemical industries.

Infinity Energy Resources Inc., Denver, (Nasdaq: IFNY) plans to sell its oilfield-service subsidiaries Consolidated Oil Well Services Inc. and CIS-Oklahoma Inc. to a privately held company for an undisclosed price.

Infinity will use the proceeds to pay approximately $51 million of senior secured debt.

Infinity chief executive Stanton E. Ross says, "The sale...represents another important step in our previously announced program to enhance shareholder value, and the repayment of our senior indebtedness will allow Infinity to more effectively proceed with the exploitation of our oil and gas resources in the Barnett Shale formation in Texas and in the Rocky Mountain area."

Omni Energy Services Corp., Carenco, La., (Nasdaq: OMNI) plans to acquire privately owned Charles Holston Inc., Jennings, La., for $23 million in cash and promissory notes.

Charles Holston recently acquired a long-term contract to provide certain rental equipment to an independent oil and gas company operating in the Rockies. The company also provides environmental services including transportation of non-hazardous byproducts; NORM surveys, cleaning and waste disposal; tank degassing and demolition; and offshore sandblasting and painting. It has facilities in Cameron and Fourchon, La., and well-site disposal facilities in Richard and Gueydan, La.

This acquisition will complement the services and equipment offered by Trussco, Omni's environmental unit, and Preheat, its oilfield equipment rental unit, and expand Omni into transporting non-hazardous oilfield waste and offshore-sandblasting and painting.

Parker Hannifin, Cleveland, (NYSE: PH) has acquired Cabett Subsea Products Inc., Houston, for an undisclosed price.

Cabett Subsea designs and manufacturers fluid-handling systems and services used in deepwater E&P. The company produces steel tube hydraulic and electro-hydraulic umbilicals at its manufacturing plant in Freeport, Texas. Cabett Subsea will be integrated into Parker's worldwide fluid connectors group.

Group president Bob Bond says, "Their proven engineered umbilical designs that are being used globally complement our hose technology and will expand our systems offering to key customers that discover and produce the world's energy."

PetroSun Inc., Phoenix, (Pink Sheets: PSUD) plans to acquire Austin, Texas-based Maverick Drilling Co. Inc. and Willis, Texas-based Maverick Drilling Services LLC for an undisclosed price.

Maverick Drilling has four land-based rigs that work in the Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast and Central and East Texas areas.

Superior Energy Services Inc., Harvey, La., (NYSE: SPN) has acquired Warrior Energy Services Corp., Columbus, Miss., (Nasdaq: WARR) for approximately $175 million in cash and 5.3 million shares valued at approximately $34.53 each in a deal valued at $358 million. The offer was $14.50 in cash and 0.452 Superior share per Warrior share.

Warrior Energy provides wireline and well-intervention services. Warrior has 25 operating bases in 10 states and the Gulf of Mexico, including Alabama, Colorado, Louisiana, Mississippi, Montana, New Mexico, North Dakota, Oklahoma, Texas, Utah and Wyoming. Warrior also operates two manufacturing and repair facilities in Laurel, Miss., and Decatur, Texas.

Warrior was merged into Superior subsidiary SPN Acquisition Sub Inc.

Superior chairman and chief executive Terence Hall says the deal diversifies the company's services footprint beyond the Gulf of Mexico, and brings an experienced management team and more than 570 skilled employees.

Hall adds, "Once closed, we will be the leading North American production-enhancement company with an expansive platform to introduce existing and new, highly technical well-intervention services and solutions in virtually all domestic producing basins."

Simmons & Co. International was financial advisor to Warrior.

Houston-based private-equity firm The Sterling Group LP has acquired Hudson Products Corp., Sugar Land, Texas, from Chicago-based investment firm Madison Capital Partners.

Hudson provides air-cooled heat exchangers and axial-flow fans to processors in the petroleum, natural gas, power-generation, petrochemical and chemical industries. It has facilities in Beasley, Texas; Pombia, Italy; and Monterrey, Mexico.

The deal was funded with equity from Sterling Group Partners II LP, a reinvestment by an affiliate of Madison, and Hudson management and debt arranged by BNP Paribas.