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Summit ESP Opens Western Area Service Facility

TULSA, Okla., Dec. 9, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- With the opening of the Powell, WY service facility, Summit ESP has successfully built its third service center which is strategically located to provide exemplary service to the Rocky Mountain region. The new 31,500 sq. ft. facility will provide electric submersible pumping systems to those operators that require artificial lift technology to maximize their recoverable reserves. Unlike existing integrated service companies, Summit is an ESP company focused on providing clients with unmatched ESP service support and real ESP solutions. From surface controls to downhole sensors, Summit ESP systems are reliable, tough and available for a wide variety of production applications and harsh environments.

(Logo:  http://photos.prnewswire.com/prnh/20120520/DA10476LOGO )

"Summit is a small ESP company with large ESP solutions. We are managed and staffed by experienced ESP people who are focused fully and solely on ESPs, so we can meet your needs and solve your problems, from single components to integrated systems, with the responsiveness and flexibility that can only come from a small company," says John Kenner, CEO of Summit ESP.

To provide industry leading flexibility and responsiveness, Summit will initially operate three service centers from Powell, WY, Tulsa, OK and Odessa, TX.

Summit is a total ESP solution provider. Its employees, who average over 20 years of ESP work experience, live and breathe ESPs. Summit ESP offers a unique blend of technology and innovation with an exceptional, client-focused service package that helps operators maximize reservoir potential and reduce total operating costs.

Contact:

Edward E. Ewart
Area Director, Western Area
260 South Panther Blvd.
Powell, Wyoming 82435
307-764-6346  
eewart@summitesp.com

Mike Murray
Vice President
918-392-7820  
mmurray@summitesp.com

www.summitesp.com

SOURCE Summit ESP

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