Following up on its strong Odessa, Texas, auction earlier this month, Kruse Energy Auctioneers is back with a two-day auction on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 in Oklahoma City, Okla. More than 2,000 items will be sold in the auction for dozens of owners, including assets for BJ Services and Atlas Drilling.
Equipment highlights in the Oklahoma City event includes 12 drilling rigs, cranes, construction equipment, trucks, trailers and more selling on Day One (Oct. 31) and casing equipment, including a large consignment from Deans Casing, production equipment, well service rigs, and more selling on Day Two (Nov. 1).
“We have an excellent selection of assets from some of the biggest names in the energy industry set to sell in Oklahoma City next week,” said Brandon Field, director sales and operations, Kruse Energy. “With this auction, we have continued to integrate our auction systems to create an enhanced bidder experience. Buyers will be able to see photos of all choice lots, see current high bid, ask price, and more. Buyers will also be able to place online proxy bids for all items. These are the first of many improvements we plan to implement to improve the buying and selling experience at Kruse auctions going forward.”
Specific equipment highlights in the Oklahoma City auction include:
- Five Tesco HMI 250T portable top drives EA w/ Tesco SCO D2P hyd power units p/b Cat C-15s (Complete units)
- A 2013 Terex DMAG AC 100/4L 120-ton all-terrain crane
- Great selection of oilfield services truck tractors, including a great selection of Western Star and Peterbilt units
- A 2003 ASVE custom hard tail, with all proceeds going to the Wounded Warrior Fund Project
Kruse Energy also has upcoming auctions scheduled for Nov. 7 in Tonkawa, Okla., where the company will sell more than 1,500 rock bits for oil & gas, water well mining and directional drilling operations; and a two-day auction in Odessa, Texas, on Dec. 5 to 6.
For more information about Kruse Energy events, visit KruseEnergy.com.