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Welcome to the new TEAM website!

We apologize for the brief period of time that our website was down. We have been working hard to bring you a better web experience to match the quality of our work! Please take a look around and see for yourself. We believe you will find it well worth the wait.

Aside from our new look, you will find that we have updated our services page to better reflect our current service offerings, as well as our contact page to give an overall more pleasant browsing experience and greater ease of contact.

The only thing that hasn’t changed is our commitment to providing the highest quality of land services in the energy industry today!

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  • Bell to lead Premier Oilfield Laboratories August 18, 2017
    Matt Bell has been tapped as chief executive officer of engineering and geological consulting firm Premier Oilfield Laboratories LLC. The move is effective Aug. 21.  
  • Abendschein joins Venari Resources as COO August 18, 2017
    Bob Abendschein has been named chief operating officer of Venari Resources LLC, Dallas.  
  • RI pension fund presses oil firms on lobbying outlays August 18, 2017
    Rhode Island’s treasury, which manages the state’s pension plan, petitioned ExxonMobil Corp., Chevron Corp., ConocoPhillips Co., and Devon Energy Corp. during the 2017 shareholder season to disclose information to shareholders on the companies’ lobbying efforts and financial outlays, especially on the state level, RI Gen. Treasurer Seth Magaziner (D) said.  
  • Downward trend continues for US drilling August 18, 2017
    The overall US rig count has declined for the third straight week and fifth time in 8 weeks, advancing what could be a partial reversal of a drilling rebound that lasted more than a year.  
  • Virginia governor opposes leasing offshore state without revenue sharing August 18, 2017
    Virginia Gov. Terry McAuliffe (D) said he opposes oil and gas leasing off the state’s coast under a new federal Outer Continental Shelf management program because it apparently would not include royalty and revenue sharing from any crude oil or natural gas produced there.