Two oilfield services companies bolstering presence in southwestern Pennsylvania

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Sam Kusic

Two oilfield services companies have signed leases for new space as they look to bolster their presence in southwestern Pennsylvania, even with current gas prices.

UVI Chem Oil Products and Colter Energy, said they are planning for the long haul.

“Everything we do is based on a long-term plan,” said Jason Brooks, general manager of Canada-based Colter Energy, a provider of gas-production testing and equipment. The company, which has been operating here for about a year-and-a-half, has signed for 10,000 square feet of build-to-suit warehouse space in the Phoenix Industrial Park in Washington County.

Meanwhile, Texas-based UVI Chem Oil Products is establishing a distribution center in a multitenant warehouse building along 4 Coins Drive in Canonsburg. It has signed a five-year lease for about 15,000 square feet of space. The company has had a presence in the region via a manufacturer’s representative, but it decided it should have a facility here, too.

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