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C&J Energy Services & Keane are now
C&J was founded in Robstown, Texas, in 1997, as a one-truck pumping operation.
C&J introduced hydraulic fracturing services to answer the need in the marketplace from operators in the major shale basins.
C&J went public on the NYSE under the ticker symbol CJES; acquired its own manufacturing capability with the acquisition of Total Equipment and Services in Granbury, Texas.
C&J acquired Casedhole Solutions, which allowed C&J to introduce wireline services.
C&J merged with Nabors Completion and Production services, greatly expanding C&J's capabilities.
C&J emerged from restructuring listed as CJ on the NYSE and acquired O-Tex Pumping growing their cementing capabilities and footprint.
Keane and sons is founded in Pennsylvania as a drilling and open hole completions company.
Keane builds and deploys its first Horizontal Frac Fleet in North Central Pennsylvania.
Keane acquires Calmena Wireline adding casedhole wireline to its portfolio and UltraTechFrac, establishing footprint in the Permian Basin Keane Expands to Williston, North Dakota.
Keane acquires Trican's US Pressure pumping assets, growing its fleet count significantly and adds Coiled tubing and cementing to its portfolio.
Keane completes its IPO and is listed on the NYSE under the ticker FRAC. Keane acquires Rockpile Energy Services.