HOUSTON, Dec. 19, 2012 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Stallion Oilfield Holdings, Inc. announced the promotion of Jay Survant, formerly Director of Human Resources, to Vice President of Human Resources.
Mr. Survant, who joined Stallion in 2006, has over 15 years of experience in human resources across varying industries. Before joining Stallion, Mr. Survant served as Director of Human Resources & Organizational Development for Talent Tree Crystal, Inc., a professional staffing services company, and prior to that he was with Accenture from 1998 to 2003. Mr. Survant holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Psychology from Texas A&M University and a Master's Degree in Industrial Organizational Psychology from St. Mary's University.
The Company employs over 2,100 full-time employees that provide services to our customers across 33 states. Selective recruiting and proactive training of our workforce are integral in the Company's strategy of providing safe, reliable and responsive services to our customers. Mr. Survant has helped build strong systems at the Company that place great value on our most important asset, our people.
Lauren Duncan, Stallion Oilfield Services
Stallion Oilfield Holdings, Inc. and its subsidiaries provide a wide range of wellsite support, completion, production and logistics services to oil and gas exploration and production companies, drilling contractors and other service companies throughout the United States. The Company's comprehensive suite of services includes workforce accommodations, production and fluid logistics services, surface equipment rental, wellsite construction, solids control services and wellsite communications. Stallion's operations cover the most active and prolific oil and natural gas basins in the U.S., including South Texas (Eagle Ford Shale), Rocky Mountain Regions (Niobrara/Bakken Shale/Piceance/Uintah/Powder River), Permian Basin (Wolfcamp/Avalon/Bone Spring Shales), the Mid-Continent (Mississippi Lime/Woodford Cana/Granite Wash), ArkLaTex (Haynesville Shale), Marcellus/Utica Shales, North Texas (Barnett Shale), the Gulf Coast (Tuscaloosa Marine Shale) including the inland waters of Louisiana, offshore Texas and Louisiana Gulf Coast, Prudhoe Bay (Alaska) and, to lesser extent, certain international waters.
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