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E M I BOUILLE ELECTRIC THE MARCELLUS SHALE SPRING 2012 Pride and Performance Establishing a footprint in the gas industry allowed Bouille Electric to flourish, and the company sees other opportunities for growth. Bouille Electric says it has carved out a nice niche. for itself in the gas industry of the Northeast.. • Elmira, N.Y. “Nearly all of our success is due to the fact that our employees take on the responsibility of being our face and voice.” // MIKE SINCOCK, president [ BY ERIC SLACK ] When one well runs dry, it is time to drill another. That effectively describes the history of Bouille Electric. For much of its existence, the company served mostly the industrial sector. But as that market has shrunk around its service area, the company was able to successfully apply its expertise in the growing gas market. PROFILE “In the 1980s, industry was king here,” President Mike Sincock says. “Although there are still some industrial opportunities in the area, we mainly now find ourselves out in the gas fields as opposed to in the plants.” GASSING UP Founded in 1972, Bouille Electric is a mid-sized electrical contracting firm Bouille Electric . | Annual revenue: $10 million – $12 million Employees: 50-60 | HQ: Elmira, N.Y. | Specialty: Electrical contracting based in Elmira, N.Y. The company is built on a tradition of quality, service and building relationships. Bouille has carved out a nice niche for itself, working on various general industrial, commercial and institutional wiring projects and gaining experience in power, lighting, high voltage, data and fiber optic installations, process controls, bucket truck and line work. The company works on everything from service calls to multimillion-dollar projects. Because the company is about five miles from the Pennsylvania border, much of its work in the gas industry is outside of New York. That is because New York has a moratorium on fracking, which limits the opportunities. “Five years ago, we were asked to finish a small project here in New York state,” Sincock says. “The gas industry has always been here, but it used to be small. We’ve been able to get our name out there over the years and develop relationships with the players in the market.” Sincock believes Bouille Electric’s ability to stake a claim in the gas market is directly tied to its belief that quality workmanship is key. He says Bouille’s pride in its performance dates back to 66 PHOTO: © TOM A MIKE

Table of Contents for the Digital Edition of Energy & Mining International - Spring 2012

Energy & Mining International - Spring 2012
Back to Reality
Back to Reality
Spreading Accountability
Water to Energy
Ad Index
The Marcellus Shale
Ariel Corp.
Dominion Energy
Mistras Group Inc.
Northeast Natural Energy
Appellation Pre Fab Llc
Falcon Drilling
Keane Group
LMC Industrial Contractors Inc.
Orion Drilling Company
Somerset Regional Water Resources
Trican Well Service Trican Well
Trumbull Corp.
Asap Industries
Bouille Electric
Nuweld Inc.
Latin America Focus
Canacol Energy Ltd.
Americas Petrogas Inc.
Orosur Mining Inc.
Cabo Drilling (Panama) Corp.
Canada Focus
Snamprogetti Canada Inc.
Canada Lithium Corp.
Anaconda Mining Inc.
DRA Americas Inc.
Quest Rare Minerals Ltd.
Associated Mining Construction Inc.
Northern Foodservices
Nyrstar Langlois
Q’Max Solutions Inc.
Glendyne Inc.
Grizzly Discoveries Inc.
Liberty Mines Inc.
NGC Compression Solutions Ltd.
Pacific Booker Minerals Inc.
Petaquilla Minerals Ltd.
Sumitomo Pogo Mine LLC – Pogo Mine
FourQuest Energy
Southern Coal Corp.
Ucore Rare Metals Inc.
Alaskan Energy Resources Inc.
CTL Engineering Inc.
Lennox Petroleum Services Limited
MAX Environmental Technologies Inc.
Sadhna Petroleum Services
Vita International Inc.
GPM Inc.
Klein Tools
Snap-On Tools
Apex Directional Drilling
Aquila Resources Inc.
Chief Petroleum
Kline Oilfield Equipment Inc.
National Response Corporation
Engineered Software Products Inc.
Offshore Inland
The Final Shot

Energy & Mining International - Spring 2012