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    GlobaLogix opens ops center to support Barnett producers

    ALEDO, Texas – GlobaLogix, a Houston-based oilfield control and automation company, has opened a new operations center in Aledo, Texas to support oil and gas producers operating within the Barnett shale play.

    The new location will enable GlobaLogix to provide SCADA, network design, system engineering, PLC integration and programming, equipment installation and support services to various shale projects in the area.

    “Our expansion into Aledo represents our dedication to supporting clients as they pursue new opportunities in the shale plays,” said Jim Fererro, vice president of GlobaLogix. “The Barnett region has emerged as one of the most viable areas for oil and gas exploration and production, and its growing potential will be reinforced by the efficiency and increased production automation can provide.” 

    This summer, the company opened its Canonsburg, PA center to support companies operating in the Marcellus shale play and one in Carthage, TX to support Haynesville shale operators.

    GlobaLogix has satellite offices in Pinedale, Wyoming; Denver, Colorado; Canonsburg, Pennsylvania; and Fairfield, McCook and Carthage, Texas. 

    Source:  GlobaLogix

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