A Jackson Walker team led by Austin partner Cale McDowell represented Integrated Control Solutions (ICS) in the sale of its business to SitePro, a digital oilfield fluid management company focused on delivering automation and electronic ticketing workflow solutions.
In a news release issued on November 4, 2019, SitePro stated that fluid management operations in the oil and gas industry represent one of the largest logistical challenges and costs within the upstream and midstream sectors—especially upstream water sourcing and disposal. Through this acquisition, the digital solutions for fluid management provided by ICS has integrated with SitePro’s existing software platform to help reduce costs, increase transparency, boost safety, and enhance environmental responsibility. In addition, SitePro’s operational footprint has expanded to include a greater presence in the Eagle Ford, Permian, Mid-Continent, Rockies, Bakken and Northeast.
Founded in 2005, Integrated Control Solutions has extensive in-house operations and in-the-field experience combined with broad engineering experience spanning electronic systems and embedded industrial software.
For more information about the transaction, view SitePro’s “What Does the ICS Acquisition Mean for SitePro?” and Texas Lawbook’s “CDT Roundup: 25 Deals, 17 Firms, 173 Lawyers, $12.9B.”
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