HOUSTON, TEXAS, June 15, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Eco-Stim Energy Solutions, Inc. (NASDAQ: ESES) (“EcoStim” or the “Company”) announced today that it has promoted Lyoid Fussell to the position of Vice President – Sales and Technology. Lyoid has a strong background in completions and has served in both frac service companies and in operator completion organizations.
In his role as VP – Sales and Technology, Lyoid will continue to work closely with Jim Irsik, our Vice President of Operations and Tommy Monsey, our District Manager to support our operations. With our focused team, Lyoid will be a key part of our effort to support our efficiency driven “super-fleet” concept designed to deliver more stages per month.
Barry Ekstrand, EcoStim’s Chief Operations Officer, stated “Lyoid has been an outstanding addition to our team and a key pioneer in developing our “super-fleet” concept together with our primary customer and we look forward to creating an industry leading standard.”
Before joining EcoStim, Mr. Fussell worked in well completions at PetroQuest Energy where he was responsible for completions activities for Mid-Continent assets. More recently he worked with Ely & Associates as a field consultant. He has extensive experience in hydraulic fracturing project design and wellsite logistics. He received extensive training in hydraulic stimulation theory, fluid systems, design, analysis and operational execution in Engineering and Business Development roles with Halliburton.
About the Company
EcoStim is an environmentally focused oilfield service and technology company offering well stimulation and completion services and field management technologies to oil and gas producers drilling in the U.S. and international unconventional shale markets. In addition to conventional pumping equipment, EcoStim offers its clients completion techniques that can dramatically reduce horsepower requirements, emissions and surface footprint.
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