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Oil and Gas


Dependable and reliable services wherever you are

Thunderbird Field Services performs a wide range of land preparation and improvement services for the Construction Industry.


Our clients include oil and gas, agriculture, residential, ranching, hunting, municipal, and utility clients.

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Our management team has extensive experience delivering safe reliable field development, production and well intervention services around the world. We have worked for E&P majors and independents as well as for small and major integrated service and manufacturing companies.

We bring a professional focus on safety, service quality, reliable and dependable delivery, and managing cost, field tested in some of the harshest environments in the world and delivered by some of the industry’s best people.

With our partners, we can provide a full range of engineering & construction solutions to produce your field at the lowest possible cost.

Thunderbird Field Services Timeline

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Thunderbird Field Services launched as an Oil and Gas services company. Providing hook-ups and drill pad support in the Brazos River bottom of Central Texas near College Station and Brenham.



Expanded into frac hook-ups and moved into the North Slope of Alaska delivering hot oil pumping, workover rigs, and downhole tooling.



Expanded into West Texas, specializing in production battery and saltwater disposal (SWD) facility construction and maintenance services.



Added crews and heavy dirt-moving equipment for infield pipeline installation and welding services.


Oil & Gas Services

  • Production Battery Facility Construction

  • Saltwater Disposal (SWD) Facilities

  • Pipeline Installation

  • Facility Maintenance

  • Frac Hook-ups

  • Hot Oil Pumping

  • Coiled Tubing Rigs

  • Rental Tools

  • Road Maintenance

  • Pad Clearing

  • Engineering Services

  • Project Management Services


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