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McAda breaks ground on new facility in Fort Lupton

In an effort to provide faster service and greater efficiency for oil and gas operators across the Niobrara region, Texas-based McAda Fluids Heating has broken ground on a new 10-acre facility near Fort Lupton, Colorado. The beautiful city of Fort Lupton lies 30 miles northeast of Denver.

The new facility is expected to allow McAda to provide the growing oil and gas industry with custom, cost-effective services using one of the most modern, efficient equipment fleets in the nation. The facility will include a truck yard, warehouse and office, and a maintenance shop.

Currently McAda, the “Leader in Frac Fluids,” is temporarily operating 15 mobile heating units in a facility in Brighton. Each mobile heating unit has 35 million BTU of heating capacity. The new facility is expected to open in the spring of 2015 and will be the operating base for the company’s 18 local employees.

President of McAda Fluids Heating Services James McAda on the announcement of the new facility:

“The Niobrara play is a great example of how companies are combining technology and expertise to develop the energy America needs. Our promise is to provide the heating capacity, the service and equipment that operators need when they need it. This facility shows the confidence we have in continued development of oil and gas resources in the Niobrara.”

In related news, New Dickinson refinery gets first crude shipment

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