ConServ Rig #7 Deployed

ConServ is pleased to announce that Rig #7 (a SR80 Double Pole Double Drum Rig) has been mobilized to perform well plugging and abandonment projects in northern WV

ConServ Awarded Environmental Project in New York

A major gas transmission pipeline customer has awarded ConServ an environmental related project in New York.  Work will commence in coming weeks.

ConServ Yard #4 Expansion Continues

ConServ’s Founder Named 2018 Oil & Gas Man of the Year

ConServ is pleased to announce that its Founder and Chairman, David A Freshwater, has been named the 2018 West Virginia Oil & Gas Man of the Year.  A luncheon in his honor will be held at 11:00 am, September 15, 2018 in Sistersville, WV.

ConServ Awarded Project in Longview, TX

In support of a major gas transmission pipeline operator’s  Integrity Management Program (IMP), ConServ has been awarded a project in Longview, Texas.

ConServ Awarded Multi-Well P&A Program

An unconventional oil and gas producer has awarded ConServ a “turn-key” multi-well plugging and abandonment project in northern WV.  Work is slated to commence in upcoming days.

ConServ Responds to Pipeline Release in Central PA

ConServ was commissioned this week to respond to a pipeline release in central PA.  ConServ mobilized a response crew, excavated the impacted area and finally  restored the work area.

ConServ Donates Its Services to P&A Gas Well at University of Charleston’s Triana Field

To make way for upcoming university projects, UC opted to retire a gas well drilled on its campus’s baseball complex (Triana Field) in 2006 to feed the University.  Albeit the well was still productive, its location impeded UC’s development plans.  Knowing the UC well was originally drilled as an “in-kind” contribution (involving a number of industry parties) to UC, ConServ felt it was only appropriate that’s its plugging and abandonment (despite its high profile location across from the WV Capitol) also be completed by industry (in this case, 100%  by ConServ providing its “turnkey” services of rig, cementing, wireline, etc.) as an ” in kind” contribution to the University of Charleston.   Well plugging operations were completed on this day.

 

ConServ Hires Johnny Payne to Serve As Vice President

ConServ is pleased to announce the hiring of Johnny Payne as Vice President.  Johnny, a fellow Roane County native looking for employment closer to home, holds degrees in Civil Engineering and Information Systems Technology.  He joins ConServ after working the last 18 years in the oil and gas /construction industry as a Project Engineer, Chief Estimator and Manager.  From 2001 to 2009, he served for the 130th Airlift Wing of the WV Air Force National Guard.

ConServ Awarded ASTs Upgrades/Modifications Projects

A major gas transmission company has awarded ConServ an AST upgrades projects are multiple gas compression facilities.   The work scope will generally consist of piping modifications and valving installation. Field activities is slated to commence in coming weeks.

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