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Hart Oilfield prides itself on customer service. We employ a team of journeyman heavy duty mechanics, plumbers, scaffolders and service technicians.We believe in Customer Service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Our equipment fleet is of the highest quality and inspected on a continuous basis for quality and safety.With 6 branches in Alberta and British Columbia, we can assist you with your construction or lease locations wherever you are.We are also members of the ComplyWorks and ISNetworld.
Overview of Operations
Hart’s current 6 locations are strategically located throughout west central and northern Alberta and northeastern British Columbia. These 6 locations have allowed Hart to establish 6 complimentary “service circles” that slightly overlap and allow Hart to deliver oilfield site set-up services and equipment rentals efficiently to its customers as well as respond quickly to requests for service or repairs to its equipment when required.
“Prompt, Professional and Safe”
- 2005 Hart develops and deploys customized sewage treatment equipment in conjunction with its growing oilfield rental equipment fleet.
- 2006 Hart starts the development of its Combo Module Equipment.
- 2007 Hart applies for and receives Patent Status on its growing Combo Module fleet development.
- 2008 Hart full deployment of cutting-edge membrane sewage treatment equipment.
- 2009 Hart full deployment of phase 1 of the patented Combo Module Equipment.
- 2012 Hart in development of phase 2 of the patented Combo Module Equipment.
- 2014 Hart acquired by the Enterprise Group, Inc.
- 2015 Hart full deployment of phase 2 of the patented Combo Module Equipment.
- 2017 Hart releases custom built Combo Trailer (MCU) to their rental fleet.
Hart has been in the business of providing oilfield infrastructure site services and rentals to its oil and gas customers operating within the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin.
Hart’s head office is located in Rocky Mountain House, Alberta. Hart also operates from five other service locations in Alberta & B.C. (Drayton Valley, Whitecourt, Hinton, Grande Prairie and Pouce Coupe) All five of its satellite service locations operate from office and yard facilities where equipment is stored and maintained. Hart also colaborates with their counterpart company Westar Oilfield Rentals in Fort St. John, B.C.
General Development of the Business
Hart initially began operations as small equipment rental company providing equipment to oil and gas producers drilling or completing wells within a certain geographic area of its initial Rocky Mountain House, Alberta location. Hart’s business strategy has always been to be a full service “one-stop” oilfield site service infrastructure company; not only to provide the highest quality equipment but also to provide total service and technical support for such equipment and do so at competitive pricing levels. As a result of this total service strategy, demand for Hart’s services has resulted in the addition of 5 more service locations since 2001. Hart’s equipment inventory also includes a variety of traditional wellsite rental equipment including:
• Wellsite trailers
• Fuel skids
• Walkways and rig mats
• Recycle bins
• Sever tanks
• Sewage treatment systems
• Light towers
• Fire suppression
• Potable water tanks
Recognizing the opportunity that its customers wanted one company to handle all their wellsite infrastructure needs, Hart began working closely with its key customers in 2006 for their input as it started to develop wellsite equipment that would deliver many of the same functions as its other equipment had in the past but new innovative designs would allow for a fleet of complimentary equipment that was, not only unique in design, but could be combined with other similarly designed pieces to deliver wellsite infrastructure services in the most efficient and safest way possible. The result was the introduction of innovative modular equipment that all had a similar “footprint”, which allowed for simplicity of trucking and on-site movement when needed, along with the opportunity to provide equipment that could be “mixed and matched” to meet customer’s needs on a site-by-site basis.
Starting with the introduction of it first modular/combo unit in 2009, Hart has since designed and filed industrial design patent-pending protection on all of its in-house designed modular/combo units. The patent registration of these units has been approved both in Canada and the United States. To date, 19 different industrial design patent-pendings encompass the following modular/combo units in Hart’s equipment rental fleet.
• CF-Combo Fuel
• CFS-Combo Fuel Stand
• CG-Combo Generator
• CDG-Combo Double Generator
• CSG-Combo Scissor Generator
• CSGv2-Combo Scissor Generator Version2
• CSLS-Combo Scissor Light Stands
• CSLT-Combo Sun Light Tower
• CWC-Combo Wash Car
• CSTS-Combo Sewage Treatment System
• CST-Combo Sewer Tank
• CM-Combo Medic Security
• CFIRE-Combo Fire Suppression
• CFSW-Combo FS Water
• CGAR-Combo Garbage
• CT-Combo Tri-skid
• CTT- Combo Truck Trailer
Using its own software, Hart designs all of its modular/combo equipment. To make sure the equipment is of the highest quality possible, Hart also manufactures and assembles its modular/combo equipment, or when required, subcontracts manufacturing to proven local suppliers. Hart purchases pieces for its combo units that it cannot manufacture itself such as generators, fuel tanks, lights etc., from established and well known manufacturers. Hart has long term established relationships with all of its core rental equipment suppliers. To develop new combo/modular designs and constantly improve on existing designs, Hart’s head office includes personnel dedicated to research, development and design where customer input and engineering designs are combined to construct superior, commercially viable equipment for Hart’s well-site infrastructure fleet. To ensure the highest quality of on-site reliability, each of Hart’s modular/units are re-certified each year by an independent third party.
Hart’s conventional and combo/modular rental equipment fleet currently consists of approximately 1,500 pieces of equipment. Hart’s equipment is not involved directly in the drilling or completion process. Hart’s equipment is specifically designed to provide on-site infrastructure in support of drilling and completion operations and is therefore subject to less wear and tear over time than other types of wellsite equipment directly involved in the drilling or completion process Hart’s equipment is inspected regularly and maintained on a regular basis either on-site, as required, or during spring break-up when more extensive repairs and maintenance is performed by bringing equipment back to one of its service locations.
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To be the recognized leader and “go to” provider for well-site infrastructure and services in the geographic areas in which we operate by focusing on our customers, safety, employees, growth, innovations and efficiency.
To provide prompt, professional and safety oriented services. To support the community in which we operate. To properly train our employees to the highest level of satisfaction.
Our culture is defined by behaviors. Culture reflects who we are as Hart people:
• We care about the safety of each other and our environment
• We succeed through the quality of our people
• We are operationally driven, customer focused, and offer unique expertise
• We approach work professionally
• We are passionate – we care about the quality of our work
• We have mutual respect for each other, our customers and regulators
• We are motivated to achieve our best
• We offer assistance, cooperation and support to all our people
• We value teamwork and work ethic
• We take pride in maintaining our equipment to the highest standards
Enterprise Group, Inc. (TSX – E) is a consolidator of construction services companies operating in the energy, utility and transportation infrastructure industries. The company’s focus is primarily construction services and specialized equipment rental. The company’s strategy is to acquire complimentary service companies in Western Canada, consolidating capital, management and human resources to support continued growth. Enterprise became a Western Canadian leader in flameless heat technology in September 2012 with its acquisition of Artic Therm International Ltd., and a leader in oilfield service rentals in January 2014 with the acquisition of Hart Oilfield Rentals Ltd.