Looking back, it’s been an exciting year for Flow Data and Longhorn Automation and Electrical. Working together, the team executed its initiatives driving profitable success for its clients.

Progress. It’s what we all expect to achieve. Looking back, it’s been an exciting year for Flow Data and Longhorn Automation and Electrical. Working together, the team executed its initiatives, striving, where possible, to improve project outcomes and drive profitable results. Every challenge provided valuable insight that further expanded the knowledge passed along to future projects. Building strong relationships was the key to progress in 2019.

A BRIEF OVERVIEW IN NUMBERS

Strategic growth is the focus. The company invested in building out its workforce, adding additional engineers and service technicians. The engineering team remained current of the best-practices in SCADA programming, a skill which allowed the company to deliver the right support for clients seeking to optimize their operations.

Growth in the Permian introduced over 20 new clients. The company goes beyond just systems integration; it’s balanced to deliver better automation solutions, optimized data collection, and custom SCADA programming. From supporting large Midstream pipeline projects to building innovative Upstream control panels for turnkey operations – clients have asked, and the company has delivered.

Growth fueled by the growing number of operators adopting Smart Oil Field solutions. Custom panels and bid work for various Upstream and Midstream projects contributed to incredible growth in 2019 (up 100% over 2018.) Western Texas continued to expand its Upstream operations, driving the need to build additional infrastructure in the Midstream market. As a result, the company experienced an increase in customers in the sales pipeline from this Midstream segment.

Building trust and innovative solutions paid off. By delivering solutions, not just standards – Flow Data and Longhorn saw unprecedented growth. The company experienced sales increases of 100% from West Texas, 25% in South Texas, and 60% from the Marcellus region. The majority of this growth was due in part to increases in specialized SCADA engineering programming and related installation work. Overall, growth is attributable to not only the market opportunity but from the talent of the company’s workforce and its committed customer base.

Flow Data and Longhorn Automation and Electrical are poised for an even stronger 2020 and will continue to build upon its foundation of workforce talent, innovative solutions, and reliable support.

Bob Wasson
President
Flow Data
Longhorn Automation & Electrical