Energy & Mining International - Summer 2014, Volume 2 - (Page 33)
COVER STORY | PURITY OILFIELD SERVICES
it's coming down the line in the next
couple of years," he adds. "There is
ongoing experimenting to figure out
how to clean the water to reusable
standards and the cost to clean the
water to reuse it plays a major role."
One of the biggest challenges facing
Purity Oilfield Services is finding
qualified employees to fill its open
positions. The company began two
years ago with a staff of four and has
grown to 155 employees today, but
is still looking to fill more than 100
positions. "Without the dedication
and hard work of our employees, this
growth would not be possible," Hunt
says. "The ownership of Purity truly
believes that we have the best employees from top to bottom."
To ensure the safety of its em-
PHOTO: JEFF SWAN, PURITY OILFIELD SERVICES TRUCK DRIVER
Summer 2014 Volume 2
Purity Oilfield Services is active in the Williston community by participating in events including:
The Bakken Cook fest, where the company won the People's Choice Award in 2013.
Purity Oilfield Services won second place in the Williston Christmas Parade for its float.
The company raises money for Truckers Against Trafficking.
Purity Oilfield Services will host its first annual Trucking Rodeo in August to benefit
Williston non-profit organizations.
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