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New Environmental Services Company to Bring More Than 100 Jobs to Region

LAFAYETTE, La., March 17, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- A deal was signed today to establish the oil and gas industry's first comprehensive environmental cleaning, decontamination and disposal service: Ecoserv.  The new company is expected to create more than 100 new jobs, many of which will be at the company's Lafayette headquarters and other facilities in the Gulf region. 

Ecoserv offers fully integrated, cost-effective, and environmentally friendly specialized cleaning, waste management, and disposal services for the upstream oil and gas industry.  

Kenny DesOrmeaux, founder and CEO of OCS, will also serve as CEO for Ecoserv, which will be headquartered in Lafayette, LA and operate out of 14 locations throughout the Gulf Coast and Permian Basin of West Texas. "Ecoserv is founded on technical innovation, safety, and a commitment to both the environment and our industry," DesOrmeaux said. "We're focused on creating ease-of-use and profitability for all of our current and future customers.

"Our employees play a huge role in the innovative solutions we offer our customers and we're very proud of that," DesOrmeaux said.

Ecoserv was formed when Lariat Partners merged Houston-based Newpark Environmental Services, LLC (NES), the region's leader in offshore waste disposal, with Offshore Cleaning Systems, LLC (OCS), the Gulf of Mexico's leader in offshore cleaning services. More information can be found by visiting ecoserv.net or by calling 844-4ECOSERV.

Contact: Lillie Lancaster
[email protected] - 337.235.2416

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