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Rig count inches upward improving demand for hot shot trucking services

By Dan Boaz | Aug 25, 2015

While it's been a troubled ten months for the oil and gas sector in terms of prices there does, at last, seem to be some indications that the steady reduction in active rigs is coming to a close for the first time in more than a year. In fact, last week showed the number of active gas and oil rigs in the U.S. increasing for the fifth straight week.

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Future extensions to Interstate 27 in Texas would benefit hot shot trucking sector

By Dan Boaz | Jul 24, 2015

A proposal for a brand new extension to Interstate 27 in the oil country of Texas could be approved soon which will provide outstanding improved transportation options to the central part of the state heading north or south. The city of Big Spring voted unanimously to further a resolution backing the potential extension of Interstate 27 through the city, primarily along the current confines of Texas Highway 87.

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Dalton Highway reopens for oil field trucking to Alaska's north slope

By Dan Boaz | Jun 9, 2015

Trucking in general and Hot Shot Trucking specifically is an integral part of the energy industry in Northern Alaska but the last two months historic flooding has impacted the region severely. In fact the only road that provides access to Alaska's North Slope oil fields

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