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ENERGY FABRICATION INC. BY KATHRYN JONES EnergyFab says its dependability and ability to go the extra mile for its oil and gas customers are what set it apart in the custom fabrication industry. ENERGY FABRICATION SERVES OIL AND GAS CUSTOMERS AT HOME AND ABROAD WITH QUALITY FLUID HEATING AND PUMPING, AND TRANSPORTATION EQUIPMENT. GEAR BUILT TO LAST COMPANY PROFILE Energy Fabrication Inc. www.energyfabrication.com Annual revenues: $10 million+ Headquarters: Odessa, Texas Employees: 50 Products: Fluid heating and pump- E ing, and transportation equipment Tommy Southall, CEO: “What we have managed to give our customers is a level of reliability that they may not have been able to get from our competitors.” 64 | EXPLORATION-PROCESSING.COM nergy Fabrication Inc. (EnergyFab) CEO Tommy Southall is a man of his word. The No. 1 thing that sets his custom fabrication company apart from the competition, he says, is its dependability. “What we have managed to give our customers is a level of reliability that they may not have been able to get from our competitors,” Southall states. The Odessa, Texas-based company has served the oil and gas industry by manufacturing high-quality fluid heating and pumping, and transportation equipment since 1991, when Southall started the company. Since its inception, EnergyFab always has been on the leading edge of innovation, he contends. “We have always been on the cutting edge of development and product enhancement,” Southall says. In 1994, EnergyFab became the first manufacturer to offer hot oil units with a circular cross-section storage tank instead of the conventional rectangular storage tank, thereby increasing the safety of the hot oil unit. Southall spoke about the history and improvements in safety, as well as the latest innovations in hot oil units at the 52nd annual AESC summer meeting in Monterey, Calif., in 2008. “Everywhere you look in this industry, the emphasis is the same – safety,” he said at the time. “For this reason, the manufacturers continue to improve the design and performance of hot oil units. Many of the enhanced designs come FALL 2010 http://www.EXPLORATION-PROCESSING.COM

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Exploration & Processing - Fall 2010
Spillover Effects
Profitable Path to Renewable Energy
Dynamic Air Shelters Ltd.
Elevating Boats LLC
Gazelle’s Oilfield Services Ltd.
International Alliance Group
Lydford Mining Co.
Offshore Inland Marine, Industrial & Oilfield Services
Q.B. Johnson Manufacturing Inc.
Thermo Design Engineering
Western Camp Services Ltd.
Western Copper Corp.
Alberta Welltest Incinerators
Blakely Construction Co. Inc.
Bluewater Constructors Inc.
Energy Fabrication Inc.
OFM Pump Inc.
Lithium Americas Corp.
New Dominion Construction Inc.
Otis Gold
Owen Sound Ledgerock Ltd.
Reagan Equipment Co. Inc.
Swick Mining Services (Canada) Inc.
American Oil & Gas – The Goliath Project
Africo Resources Ltd.
American Tank Company Inc.
Atlas Copco Geotechnical Drilling & Exploration
Clarkco Oilfield Services Inc.
Energy Fuels Resources Corp.
ESA Renewables LLC
GPR Industries (1994) Ltd.
Helio Resource Corp.
Landdrill International Inc.
Laurel Aggregates Inc.
LoneStar Energy Fabrication
NioGold Mining Corp.
Pacific Booker Minerals Inc.
Phoenix Exploration Co.
Premium Rock Bit Corp.
Queenston Mining Inc.
RAE Engineering & Inspection Ltd.
Goldcorp – Red Lake Gold Mines
C-FER Technologies Inc.
Surepoint Group
Eden Stone and Valders Stone & Marble Inc.
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Exploration & Processing - Fall 2010