MILPITAS, Calif.--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Steel Excel Inc. (Other OTC: SXCL.PK) (the “Company”) announced today that it has acquired the business and assets of Rogue Pressure Services, LLC, a leader in the oilfield service industry located primarily in Williston, North Dakota and Eagle Ford, Texas.
“We are excited to complete the acquisition of Rogue Pressure Services,” said John Quicke, President and Chief Executive Officer of the Company.
About Steel Excel Inc.
The Company's business is to identify and acquire profitable business operations in which it can utilize its existing working capital and maximize the use of the Company’s net operating losses. The identification of new business operations includes, but is not limited to, businesses in the oilfield services, sports, training, education, entertainment and lifestyle industries. More information is available at the Company's web site: www.steelexcel.com.
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