National Energy Services Reunited Corp. maintains full capacity in Saudi Arabia in support of its operations
Sherif Foda, Chairman and CEO of National Energy Services Reunited Corp. (“NESR” or the “Company”) (NASDAQ: NESR) (NASDAQ: NESRW), stated, “As I am currently in the field in Saudi Arabia, I would like to emphasize to all the families of our employees around the world that all of our employees are safe and continue to operate in the different fields as normal. We are in close contact with our customer and the relevant authorities and we follow their professional guidelines as well as have our security and HSE experts on the ground to support the operations. I want to re-iterate that the safety of our employees and our operations is our top priority. We are fully supporting all of our Saudi operations and maintain a strong presence and capacity in all our operating units.”
About National Energy Services Reunited Corp.
Founded in 2017, NESR is a national, industry-leading provider of integrated energy services in the Middle East and North Africa (“MENA”) and Asia Pacific regions, and is one of the largest national oilfield services providers in these regions. With over 4,000 employees, representing more than 40 nationalities in over 14 countries, the Company helps its customers unlock the full potential of their reservoirs by providing Production Services such as Cementing, Coiled Tubing, Filtration, Completions, Stimulation and Pumping, and Nitrogen Services. The Company also helps its customers to access their reservoirs in a smarter and faster manner by providing Drilling and Evaluation Services such as Drilling Downhole Tools, Directional Drilling Fishing Tools, Testing Services, Wireline, Slickline, Fluids, and Rig Services.
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