Dynacorp Attends the 2017 Global Petroleum Show

Dynacorp at the 2017 Global Petroleum Show in Calgary, AB

Dynacorp is attending the 2017 Global Petroleum Show in Calgary, Alberta and will be located outdoors at booth #3333 from June 13th to 15th. Our team of sand management experts will be on hand to showcase our brand new Canadian Sand Management Skid and a 10,000 psi Cyclone Sandfilter unit and answer any of your sand filtration questions. We will …

Dynacorp Sets New Internal Safety Records

Workplace safety

Dynacorp Fabricators Inc. is pleased to announce that on May 23, 2016 the company passed two significant milestones on its journey towards becoming an injury free workplace. Dynacorp is celebrating operating company-wide for three years Lost Time Incident Free and for one year Medical Incident Free. These outstanding achievements underscore Dynacorp’s firm commitment to safety and demonstrate that the company …

Intervale Capital invests in Dynacorp Energy Services

May 5, 2016 – Calgary, AB and Houston, TX Intervale Capital (“Intervale”), an energy-focused private equity firm, has made a growth equity investment in Dynacorp Energy Services (“Dynacorp”). Dynacorp provides innovative sand management solutions, well testing and production processing equipment to operators and service providers in the oil and gas industry. Justin Morin, Dynacorp’s co-founder and Chief Executive Officer, sought …

Penn West cells core asset for $148 million

Penn West Petroleum Ltd. has announced it plans to sell a core asset property in Slave Point, Alberta for $148-million. With the additional sale of non-core assets, the company is set to collect $230-million. The deal is expected to close in the second quarter of 2016. (Written by: N. Reitmayer; Original information source: Financial Post)

Suncor announces new Canadian oil sands executives

After winning its aggressive campaign to takeover Canadian Oil Sands Ltd., Suncor Energy Inc. announced yesterday a list of new executives and directors for the company. The deal, worth $6.8-billion, closed on Friday. Meanwhile, approximately two dozen Calgary employees of COS will have to wait until the end of February to learn if they will be transitioned into the new …