Atchafalaya Measurement Inc

Atchafalaya Measurement Inc
Atchafalaya Measurement Inc is listed in the Oil & Gas Exploration & Development category in Scott, Louisiana. Displayed below is the only current social network for Atchafalaya Measurement Inc which at this time includes a Facebook page. The activity and popularity of Atchafalaya Measurement Inc on this social network gives it a ZapScore of 65.

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124 Credit Dr
Scott, LA 70583
(337) 237-7675
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Atchafalaya Measurement (AMI), a leading independent provider of measurement and value-added services for the oil and gas industry announced today it has acquired Wildcat Measurement, a gas measurement market leader based in Artesia, New Mexico servicing the Permian region. Wildcat also provides laboratory analysis services. Wildcat has an outstanding reputation for providing safe, high quality, and reliable measurement services in the Permian region over the last 21 years. Wildcat co-owners Karl Haeny and Don Norman commented, “Combining with AMI allows Wildcat to offer our customers expanded measurement services and locations, while staying true to our promise to exceed customer expectations.” About AMI- AMI, based in Scott, Louisiana, offers a complete set of measurement and laboratory services for oil and gas operators. AMI has been in the measurement business for over 30 years with bases of operation in Houma, LA; Scott, LA.; Shreveport, LA.; Sayre, PA.; Odessa, TX.; Floresville, TX. and now Artesia, NM. For more information, please contact Nick Trahan, AMI President, at (337) 237-7675.

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