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EEIA represents the vast community of thousands of locally-based contractor, equipment, materials and service businesses that support shale gas and oil operations and infrastructure development. They grow their businesses, provide highly skilled new workers locally for good-paying jobs, and pay taxes in their communities - because of the greatly increased new work from the shale energy boom. These people and firms, and the organizations they belong to, are our members. Here are some of the wide range of products and services they provide to support shale oil and gas exploration, production, transportation and processing.

Upstream - Exploration and Production

  • Well pad design, clearing, grading, construction and restoration
  • Access road construction
  • Public road upgrading and maintenance
  • Gathering lines
  • Clean and wastewater lines
  • Storage facilities

  • Earthmoving, grading and compaction equipment
  • Cranes, material handling and utility equipment for well pad operations
  • Fluid transfer and dewatering pumps and compressors
  • Material and equipment conveyor systems
  • Tanks for sand, water and chemicals
  • Separation tanks and equipment
  • Drilling rigs and engines
  • Generator sets for well pad power
  • Generator sets for electric rigs
  • Trucks to haul materials, fluids and equipment to and from production sites
  • Flow measurement and control equipment

  • Seismic imaging equipment and services
  • Fracturing and pressure pumping equipment and services
  • Truck/rail hauling of water, sand, cement, chemicals, piping
  • Waste water management services
  • Environmental engineering

    Materials and supplies
  • Concrete, aggregates and reinforcing bar for well pad construction
  • Drill pipe and drill bits
  • Well casing pipe and cement
  • Water, sand and chemicals
  • Pipes, valves, fittings and hoses

    Midstream Infrastructure

  • Mainline pipeline construction
  • Horizontal directional drilling
  • Gas compression and pumping station construction
  • Right-of-way clearing, erosion control and restoration
  • Pipeline environmental engineering
  • Storage facilities
  • Export terminals

  • Earthmoving, grading, trenching, material handling and utility equipment
  • Horizontal directional drilling equipment
  • Pipe handling and laying equipment and attachments
  • Pumps and generators
  • Trucks: dump, flatbed, utility
  • Trench shoring and safety equipment
  • Trench padding, screening and crushing equipment
  • Line compression, pumping and metering equipment
  • Pipe coating, welding and bending equipment, supplies and services
  • Pipeline inspection equipment and services
  • Rail tank cars and transportation services

  • Pipe transportation and stringing
  • Route surveying, GIS and land services
  • Trench blasting
  • Dewatering
  • Transportation of equipment and materials
  • Integrity testing and maintenance equipment and services
  • Equipment maintenance and servicing
  • Environmental engineering

    Materials and Supplies

  • Steel line pipe
  • Construction mats
  • Concrete pipe supports
  • Erosion and sedimentation control devices

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