It is the mission of Enzo Energy Services to “safely, confidently and consistently deliver products to the oilfield; whenever and wherever our customers need it. ”
Years of development built the momentum driving Enzo Energy Services’ inception in early 2010. The company was created as a vehicle for acquiring micro-private oil and gas service companies, specifically those associated with fracturing-related services. Enzo’s strong beginning began with the acquisition of Goddu Trucking, a private oil and gas service company located in Central Alberta. After the first acquisition, Enzo quickly took stride with its competitors by providing unsurpassed service for a countless number of clients. Mid-2010, Enzo increased its fleet capacity by taking delivery of a new large volume, tri-drive tractor trailer unit.
In order to keep up with its steady growth, Enzo settled another acquisition in late 2010, Bounty Trucking, and will begin 2011 with the delivery of yet another tri-drive tractor trailer unit, bringing the total Central Alberta fleet up to eight power units and six trailers.
Enzo’s organic growth business plan focuses on adding capacity by utilizing progressive technology for efficiency and safety and continuing to seek growth opportunities by acquiring accretive businesses in Western Canada.
Enzo is proud to have built a reputation firmly grounded in a culture of safety.
From our upper management, down to our newest employees, we believe that safety is everyone’s responsibility. As a result, we encourage staff to identify areas of improvement related to the health, safety, and overall environment in which we work. All client orientations are regarded to be the minimum standard for safe conduct onsite.
All Enzo employees are committed to guarding themselves, their peers, the operational equipment involved, and to protect the environment by adhering to all appropriate procedures. Through this dedication to safety, Enzo Energy has maintained favourable profiles on Alberta Transportation, the WCB, ISN, Avetta (formerly PICS), and Complyworks. We remain dedicated to staying on top of industry standards through continuous education, training, and procurement of appropriate tools.
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President and CEO
Casey Johnson graduated from DeVry and received a Bachelor of Business Operations (BSOP) in 2003. He put his education to work by holding senior management positions in Public Oil and Gas Service firms for ten years prior to the inception of Enzo Energy. Casey possesses the natural ability to manage effectively and lead with strategy and vitality. He focuses on continuously improving internal relations in order to achieve excellence in customer satisfaction.
Enzo Energy Services is pleased to welcome one of our longest serving employees to our management team. Since his departure from the logging industry in BC 10 years ago, JD Patterson has established himself as a well-respected professional here in Alberta. With a reputation for getting the job safely, no matter the circumstances, and dedication to success, Enzo Energy was quick to acquire him as a skilled member of our acid hauling team. JD quickly climbed our ranks and became a Senior Operator of one of our most challenging hauling trucks. His leadership helps ensure safe, efficient operations, even during the most difficult of projects.
We look forward to JD joining our management team and his continued dedication to providing the best service possible to our customers.
As one of Enzo Energy Services’ first employees, Rebecca started with us in 2010 as an Office Administrator. She grew with us over the past nine years and has had a major positive influence on our company. She implemented processes in HR, payroll, and cash-flow management that have proved very valuable to the organization. We welcome her in her new role as Financial Controller at Enzo Energy Services.
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