Sticking to Fundamentals Helps Canadian Firm Grow

Strong knowledge base, dedicated ownership help keep young directional drilling company on the right path.

Sticking to Fundamentals Helps Canadian Firm Grow

Subterra equipment sits on a job site near Bethune, Saskatchewan. The company offers services for oil and gas infrastructure as well as water and sewer lines, along with power, telecommunications and wind and solar transmission cables.

Young owners and a young company. Yet Subterra Horizontal Directional Drilling Ltd. is experiencing the kinds of success older hands might envy. How? Subterra owner Brit Chevrier attributes it to fundamentals that sound like they come from a small-business manual.

“We have low...

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