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BJ Services was reported active in August, 2008 on a hydro-fracturing project in Dimock Township, Susquehanna County, Pennsylvania.
The company is also active in Pendleton County, W.Va.
In late August, 2009 it was announced that BJ Services had been acquired by Baker Hughes for $5.5 billion.
In April, 2010 a new release mentioned that BJ Services’ Tubular Services Group headquartered in Grafton, WV operated a state-of-the-art workshop with casing and tubing running equipment. A second facility had been opened in the Borough of Muncy near Williamsport in Lycoming Co., PA to service Marcellus shale drillers in the area. The item also mentioned that since BJ Services had started up operations in the region in 2008, it had completed 230 casing and tubing running, and thread cleaning services on behalf of virtually every operator in the Marcellus play.
The Tubular Services Group uses customized long trucks for running casing and tubing. The trucks have their own on-board power supply that can be used with power tongs and torque-turn units as well as a fill and circulate tool (FAC) that is used to fill up the casing string.
- David Dunlap is BJ Services' COO.
- Kenny Watt is Vice President, Tubular and Completion Assembly Services.
- Neil Kimbler is North East Operations Manager for the Tubular Services Group.
- Wendy Gray is a PR spokesperson for BJ Services.
- Chad Perkins and Bob Todd are company reps.