In the fight against oilfield inefficiency, you need a Gladiator on your side. With a fleet of specialized, high-tech units and relentless execution in the field, we bring the kind of commitment that just won’t quit.
With dedicated crews and equipment strategically located within major U.S. producing basins, we stay committed to keeping service lead times short and response time at a minimum. When you call Gladiator, you put an experienced crew on your job; people who know what’s expected and take pride in getting the job done safely and efficiently. From the yard to final project completion, our crews think ahead and follow through.
Gladiator has 16 specialized CT spreads with a variety of coil lengths, horsepower ratings and features including large-diameter, multi-pump and more. And our high-performance nitrogen units deliver a variety of coil tubing lengths and diameters and supported by high horsepower twin pumps and single frac pumps.
A true Gladiator keeps everyone on the same page, upholding responsible project management and communication with all project stakeholders. This includes pre-job planning, predictive analytics, best practice application and post-project debriefing.
The only thing our crew loves more than a good challenge is knowing they’ve avoided a future complication through smart decisions. From safe operations to ensuring data accuracy and finding new ways complete jobs even more efficiently, we are 100% committed.
With dedicated crews and equipment strategically located within major U.S. producing basins, we stay committed to keeping service lead times short and response time at a minimum.
From keeping crews safe at the yard to performing site-specific safety analyses and extensive training, every single Gladiator Energy employee is 100 percent committed to keeping themselves and others safe through our MISSION ZERO safety program.
Ten Safety Elements
From commitment and accountability to assurance, review and improvement, these elements outline a safe, healthy and responsible working environment.
The Seven Essential Steps
While the 10 safety elements make up the “what,” the Seven Essential Steps make up the “when.” This means a step-by-step playbook of roles and responsibilities.
Thinking ahead can make all the difference in safety. How you move from planning to execution is still a critical step in safe work operations. These transitions help.
Stop Work Authority
Sometimes the right thing to do on a mission is to halt progress immediately. Part of Mission Zero is communicating Stop Work Authority in a way that everyone understands and respects.
Data Driven Optimization
EDGE OFS leaders from each portfolio company share data that was provided by their employees, as well as industry best practices, for process optimization.