More than 30 new jobs will be created in Brownfield as part of Houston-headquartered Select Energy Services, LLC expansion plans into the south plains area, announced Jay Youngblood, Chairman of the Brownfield Industrial Development Corporation (BIDC).
According to Youngblood, Select Energy has purchased the former Valley Irrigation & Pump Service facility located at 1804 Lamesa Rd. and will make real property improvements of approximately $1 million to prepare the facility for operations. “Select will initially operate its water transfer and well testing services out of the facility while investing approximately $5 million of taxable personal property and creating 30 jobs with an average annual wage of $40,000 plus benefits.” he said. “These jobs will have an annual payroll of over $1.2 million. The total projected costs of the expansion will be approximately $10 million. They plan to be in operations in early June.”
According to David Partlow, Director of the BIDC, the company will receive a $394,800 performance-based incentive package from the BIDC spread over a four year period and allocated at the end of each year if performance goals are reached. The performance-based incentive package is contingent upon approval of the Brownfield City Council.
Houston-headquartered Select Energy Services, LLC (SES) is an industry leader in delivering innovative and efficient end-to-end water solutions and well-site services to energy producers. With more than 5,000 employees and $1 billion in annualized revenues, SES effectively and safely sources, transports, tests, treats, and disposes of water and fluids from well sites within every major North American shale play.
For more information, visit www.selectenergyservices.com.
(Courtesy of the Brownfield News)