Centurion Group acquires Tango Delta, expands breadth of services

4/10/2019

LONDON -- Centurion Group, supply of critical rental, infrastructure and support services company, is pleased to announce that it has expanded its drilling, completions and production (DCP) segment with the acquisition of Tango Delta Rentals, Canadian communications and specialty equipment rentals business.
 
Operating within the Western Canadian Sedimentary Basin, Tango Delta provides an extensive range of remote communication offerings, including cell tower technologies, remote internet equipment, radio and satellite communication solutions, along with lighting solutions and other specialty rentals for the Canadian energy services industry.
 
Fernando Assing, CEO of Centurion, commented:
 
“The acquisition of Tango Delta is highly complementary to Centurion’s existing DCP segment and extends our integrated customer offering, which currently includes a broad range of equipment and services focused around the complete lifecycle of a well’s development.”
 
Trevor Williams, President of Centurion Canada’s Rentals & Services geomarket, said:
 
“We are excited to announce the addition of Tango Delta as it is an important part of our strategy to continue to differentiate ourselves by expanding our product and service offerings in our core locations”.
 
Sean Rice, managing director of SCF Partners, added:
 
“Centurion benefits from a highly dynamic and motivated management team with a differentiated product offering and exceptional expertise. We’re delighted to be working with Tyler Guest and Dan Thomson to leverage their strengths to continue to grow Centurion in the Canadian oilfield sector.”
 
Tyler Guest, Tango Delta president, commented:
 
“We are excited to join Centurion. The Group’s breadth of services, expertise and geographic reach enhances our competitive edge and gives our existing customers access to a game-changing level of integrated services. Being part of the Centurion platform allows Tango Delta to take our business to the next level.”

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