RedHawk Energy Corporation was founded in 2008 and is focused on acquiring and consolidating well-managed, smaller, undercapitalized onshore and offshore oilfield service and equipment companies with excellent reputations for quality and service. Many of these smaller service companies recently experienced seemingly unabated growth but are now faced with economic uncertainty due to their inability to access necessary maintenance capital as they enter this period of operational downturn and significant economic uncertainty.
By acquiring, consolidating and integrating these well-managed businesses, these acquisitions will have greater access to the capital necessary to not only withstand the current economic challenges facing the energy industry but they will now have available maintenance and growth capital, cross-selling opportunities and the ability to leverage the client relationships into new sales opportunities when they emerge from this economic slowdown.
The primary acquisition strategy for the Tier I target acquisitions is to identify a well-managed, highly profitable platform company with a seasoned operational and executive management capable of executing the RedHawk Energy Corporation organic and strategic business model
Tier I target companies have:
Tier II Acquisitions will be focused on geographic expansion of RedHawk's presence in the oil and gas rental equipment market as well as the land-based production services in order to enhance the offerings of the Tier I acquired businesses.