A Trimac crude oil transport pulls away from a production lease near Catarina TX with another load of condensate. Since launching its Oilfield Services product line in 2011 Trimac Transportation has steadily expanded its oilfield hauling activity. The oilfield now accounts for 10% of the carrier's total revenues.
Trimac company driver and Trimac field operations supervisor for the Oilfield Services product line in Texas, check a condensate sample at a well site near Catarina TX.
A Trimac driver that has been with the company for 12 years, operates the Koehler centrifuge while checking the specific gravity of an oil sample at a well site near Greeley CO.
An experienced veteran driver keys in the details of a crude oil bill of lading for electronic transmission to the customer.
Trimac crude oil units offloading condensate at an oil gathering facility near Catarina TX. Product goes into a pipeline extending eastward to the Texas Gulf Coast for barge shipment to refineries.
A Trimac crude oil unit assigned to the branch in Greeley CO loads crude oil at a production lease collection site in the Denver-Julesburg Basin.
A Volvo tractor with a brand new Heil dry bulker that will be used to transport frack sand to customers in the South Texas oilfields. The rig operates out of Trimac's branch in San Antonio TX.
Drivers assigned to the Dilley TX location are housed in mobile homes like this one.
Flexibility was a key concern when Trimac's National Tank Services set up the maintenance shop in Dilley TX. The only part of the shop that can't be moved is the concrete slab.
Crude oil trailers are specified with overflow monitoring systems from Titan Logix Corp.
Trimac has specified chassis lube systems on its vehicles for years and recently switched to the Lubecore system.
Extreme cold in the Rocky Mountain region requires the use of insulated and heated valves on crude oil transports.
Trimac specifies Roper pumps on its crude oil trailers.
Trimac buys tires that are specifically designed for oilfield applications.