Saulsbury is the second in a series of RMR’s In Focus, which follows midstream companies making noise in the oil and gas industry.

Planting new roots has literally been the cornerstone of Saulsbury Industries. What began in 1967 as a tiny electrical services contractor in Odessa, Saulsbury soon expanded both its offerings and footprint to strike where the fire was hot. By 1980, this little ol’ band from Texas became the only outfit in the Permian capable of providing end-to-end engineering, construction, instrumentation and fabrication for midstream and downstream operations.

Saulsbury Industries

Saulsbury is a national leader in providing Engineering, Procurement, Construction (EPC) services to heavy industrial clients across a wide range of industries: Gas Processing & Treatment, Refining, Petroleum/Petrochemicals, Manufacturing, and Terminals/Logistics. Most importantly, we bring our “safety first and foremost” value that has yielded one of the preeminent records for incident-free operations in the construction industry.

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And it didn’t stop there.

With the awakening of the shale revolution, Saulsbury secured projects for some of the nation’s leading oil and gas producers, pipeline companies, gas processors, and refiners, including Occidental, Kinder Morgan, XTO, FINA, and Enogex/Enable. 2019 brought the completion of construction for the Altus Midstream Diamond Processing Complex in Texas, and a contract to build compressor stations for one of the largest midstream operators in North America. But last year also generated an aggressive new growth strategy for Saulsbury—this time looking North.

After conquering the Permian, Delaware and Eagle Ford, Saulsbury has fixed its eye on the DJ, Powder River and Bakken, opening offices in Colo., and Wyo., and now North Dakota. With 12 locations to its name, Saulsbury is setting its bar high and dry for safety and integrity excellence, and a well-earned reputation that’s yielded repeat business. All this with the same West Texas “can do” spirit that tends to take root wherever it’s planted.

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