SitePro Closes Financing Round To Expand Innovative Oilfield Automation Software Platform

June 21, 2018
LUBBOCK, TEXAS, June 21, 2018 – SitePro today announced a financing round led by Cottonwood Venture Partners (“CVP”), a leading digital oilfield technology venture capital firm. Investing alongside CVP were several of SitePro’s earlier investors, including members of the Lubbock Angel Network. SitePro provides an end-to-end solution for water management by digitalizing and automating water … Continued

SitePro Launches SitePro Operations Support (SOS), an Outsourced, 24/7, Monitoring Service for Remote Field Operations

February 28, 2018
SitePro Launches Market’s First Outsourced Operational Support Monitoring Service LUBBOCK, Texas, Feb. 28, 2018 /PRNewswire/ — SitePro® (the Company), announced today the launch SOS, SitePro® Operations Support, a 24/7 remote operations support subscription service, with highly trained personnel continuously monitoring, evaluating, and adjusting customer’s assets from a centralized network … Continued

Lubbock company helping create a digital oil and gas industry

February 12, 2018
Lubbock-based AmpliSine Labs is helping the oil and gas industry go digital. AmpliSine Labs recently created SitePro, a real-time cloud-based platform, that connects oil production companies, oil service companies and water and environmental companies to one system for efficient fluid management. SitePro aims to remove the hassle and minimize the downtime associated with fluid management in the … Continued

New Technologies are Becoming the Competitive Advantage Companies Need to Surpass Their Peers

February 12, 2018
THE RECENT DOWNTURN in energy has ignited the largest energy technology revolution we have ever seen. All aspects of the energy industry are experiencing this upsurge in innovation. … Continued

Lubbock firm finds niche with fluid management software

February 12, 2018
In 2012, Aaron Phillips, chief executive officer of AmpliSine Labs, and David Bateman, chief financial office and chief business officer, were huddled in the dog house of a drilling rig. … Continued