Members provide services directly affiliated with upstream oil and gas services such as wireline, coiled tubing, hot oilers, roustabout services, snubbing, swabbing, fracking, pressure pumping, oilfield trucking, & more.
AESC Media Guide
AESC Members include companies such as National Oilwell Varco, PECO, GO Wireline LLC, Pioneer Energy Services, C & J Energy Services, Fortis Energy Services, Alliance Well Services
AESC Media Guide
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- The oil and gas extraction industry spends more than $60 billion a year on products and services in the US.*
- Our readers are looking for your products and services such as Safety and Engineering Groups, Manufacturers/Suppliers, Insurance, Financial and Legal entities, and Consulting Companies.
- Our readership is comprised of energy service providers, allied well service suppliers, major and independent oil and gas producers, supply and equipment manufacturers, trucking companies, and consultants.
- AESC members service oil rigs within regions such as: Texas Gulf Coast, Ark-LA-Tex, Eastern USA, South Louisiana, Mid-Continent, West Texas/Permian, Rocky Mountain, and the West Coast/Alaska.
*Based on IBISWorldRreport 21111
Who We Are
AESC was founded in 1956 as the Association of Oilwell Servicing Contractors (AOSC). The original meeting of the group that organized and established the association, met in Odessa, Texas in February of 1956. Over the years, the industry and the association evolved to comprise more industry services and products. In 1996, the organization changed its name to the Association of Energy Service Companies (AESC) in order to better reflect the interests of the total energy service industry. Through the years, the association has grown to incorporate other type services directly affiliated with upstream oil and gas services.
Well Servicing magazine is an invaluable resource for our readers in many important positions in the industry.
Well Servicing Departments
The AESC President’s views and opinions on issues that directly affect the well servicing industry.
Communicates to readers what is happening within the Association, focusing on issues that affect membership as well as the industry.
Focuses on safety-related issues such as best practices, regulatory and other topics relevant to the industry.
Profiles an elected official of state or national government.
In-depth coverage on market intelligence, forecasts, trends and operational data on energy service segments.
Industry leaders, past and present, provide a unique and personal perspective on the industry.
The AESC Service Rig Count indicates rig activity in various regions.
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