Industry Resources

Magazine Information

Well Servicing Magazine was established in 1961 as the “Voice of the Well Servicing Industry”.  Since that time, it has been the information source for not only our members but also the industry on issues related to well servicing.  The magazine is free for the asking (you do not need to be a member of the association to receive the subscription) and currently has a circulation of over 12,000.  The majority of the readership is in senior positions of management throughout the upstream oil and gas community.  It also services communities, city/county/state/national governmental officials, oil and gas libraries, educational institutes and other individuals and organizations that have an interest in the well servicing industry.

Speaker Information

If you are interested in speaking at either at a national or chapter event, please contact the national AESC office for additional information.  Speakers for national meetings are vetted through each committee section leader who is responsible for the speaker within their committee.  We ask that no speaker use the opportunity as a “sales pitch” to the membership.  All speaker titles and bios should be sent to the national office for review before the meeting.

Safety Issues

The AESC has continually tracked participating member safety statistics since the early ‘90s.  The results of the safety statistics program are then published in Well Servicing Magazine each year in the March/April issue.  Also at each of our Winter meetings, awards are given to 10 group categories (dependent on type services, hours worked) at the awards ceremony.  For additional information about the program or to participate in the program, you must be a member of the national AESC, please contact the National AESC for details.

Rig Count Information

For a number of years, the association has tracked Well Service Rig Count in conjunction with Cameron/Guiberson.  The results are published in Well Servicing Magazine, featured on a monthly basis and indicated by geographic regions throughout the US and Canada.  If you are interested in participating in the Rig Count program, please contact the national office.