As a leader among peer companies, Pioneer has achieved significant cost savings and operating efficiencies by adopting a vertical integration model.
By owning service equipment, integrating specialized services and hiring the right people for the job, Pioneer is reducing drilling and completions costs while supporting the execution of its development program. The Company’s vertical integration model is designed to complement operations and provide superior returns on investment.
Pioneer Pumping Services operates in West Texas (Midland) and Colorado (Trinidad). Its team of trained operators, technicians, mechanics and engineers provide fracture stimulation, coil tubing and support services to Pioneer's operations in those areas.
Pioneer Pumping Services ranks as the 12th largest pressure pumping company in the United States, with approximately 450,000 horsepower of fracture stimulation equipment.
The Pioneer Well Services team in Midland, Texas, supports Permian Basin operations with best-in-class equipment including drilling rigs, pulling units, reverse units, hot oilers, water tanks, blowout preventers, construction equipment and fishing tools.
We operate a 12-bay maintenance shop, which includes heavy- and light-duty mechanics, shop supervisors, service writers, parts delivery drivers, and shop and field welders.
In April 2012, Pioneer acquired a large U.S. industrial sands company, which was renamed Premier Silica. That acquisition secured a high-quality, low-cost and logistically advantaged brown sand supply for Pioneer to use for its growing fracture stimulation requirements in the Permian Basin.
Pioneer’s field employees are trained to ensure the Company’s integrated services and equipment run efficiently and comply with health, safety and environmental regulations. Want to join the team?