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E M I T&R TRANSPORT THE WILLISTON BASIN/BAKKEN SHALE FA L L / W I N T E R 2 0 1 2 In It For the Long Haul As a trucking company working for oil and gas companies in the Williston Basin, T&R Transport has a strategy to grow with them. T&R Transport is committed to being safe, reliable and honest, the company says.. • North Dakota “We provide services clients can count on, and we maintain a longterm growth strategy through honesty and diversification.” // ROSS ERIKSMOEN, vice president [ BY JAMIE MORGAN ] Opportunity abounds in the Williston Basin. As oil producers have entered North Dakota and Montana, suppliers and service providers have certainly experienced growth opportunities from oil exploration occurring in the state. Unfortunately, the fast-growing market has also left the door open for short-term PROFILE opportunists. However, at T&R Transport, the oilfield transportation services company has committed to running an operation that is safe, reliable, consistent, honest and ethical. T&R management believes in the long-term viability of the business as a locally owned oilfield services company providing efficient and reliable service. T&R Transport. | Headquarters: Crosby, N.D. | 2012 Revenue: $40 million Employees: 65 | Specialty: Full-service oilfield trucking and water transportation “We are proud to say that every E&P [exploration and production company] we have begun working with, has continued to utilize our services,” says Ross Eriksmoen, vice president of the familyowned company. “Service companies will come through and offer services to an E&P. At which time an E&P will use them and if they don’t like the service, they will switch to the next company and those suppliers will fall off the market. We never gouge with pricing or fail to deliver a service that we offer. We provide services that clients can count on. We will maintain a long-term strategy to be here throughout the exploration and production phase of the Bakken shale and Three Forks Sanish formations.” That could be a very long time since recent industry estimates of the 200,000square-mile formation in the Williston Basin say the area could hold between 18 billion to 24 billion barrels of oil. T&R Transport plans to be in the area for the long haul, providing crucial transportation and disposal services in the oilfields of North Dakota and eastern Montana. As a full-service water transportation and oilfield trucking company, T&R got 64

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Energy & Mining International - Fall/Winter 2012

Energy & Mining International - Fall/Winter 2012
Guiding Voice
Worldwide Presence
Digging South of the Border
Honoring the Best
The Williston Basin
Whiting Petroleum Corp.
Breitling Oil and Gas
HDC Development Cos.
Aspen Air U.S. Corp.
Synergy Resources Corp.
Advanced Engineering and Environmental Services Inc.
Enviro Shield Products Inc.
Savage Services
T&R Transport
Boyd and Sons Construction
Roers Construction Inc. – Roers West LLC
J. Koski Co.
Pat’s Offroad Inc.
Tollberg Homes
Wildcat Minerals
Environmental Materials Inc. and Warren Transport Inc.
Borsheim Crane Service Inc.
Central Machining and Pump Repair
Hive Built Homes – Hive Modular
Jericho Services
Kuntz Builders Inc.
MT Rigmat LLC
Steffes Corporation
Wells Concrete
Annabelle Homes - Bakken Shale
Oil Pipeline Blues
Canada Focus
Orbite Aluminae Inc.
New Millennium Corp.
Dynacorp Fabricators Inc.
PCL Contractors
Colter Energy Services Inc.
Zargon Oil and Gas Ltd.
Prodigy Gold Inc.
Rambler Metals and Mining PLC
Innovator Industrial Services
TWD Technologies
Veresen Inc.
Columbus Castings
Comstock Mining Inc.
MS Energy Services
White Star Pump Co.
Golden Queen Mining Co. Ltd.
Pershing Gold
Summit Casing Equipment
Black Hawk Energy Services
Timberline Drilling Inc.
Butch’s Rat Hole and Anchor Service Inc.
Calfrac Well Services
Geoprobe Systems®
Pacific Energy Development
Crocodile Gold Corp.
Gold Standard Ventures Corp.
GreenHunter Water LLC
Preferred Sands
Romarco Minerals Inc.
The Final Shot

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