OILCAT Services, LLC was founded by brothers Ben and Zac Stovall. While starting in the industry at a young age the brothers have taken different paths which leads to diverse skillsets and an unique experiences. This provides a multiple faceted approach and “seen it before” attitude towards any problems that arise. We guarantee we can find a solution to any problem in the upstream oil and gas industry. Contact us for more information about your needs.

Ben Stovall

After obtaining a Bachelors in Business Administration from Tarleton University in Stephenville, Texas, Ben begin acquiring stripper production wells. Continuing to expand in the industry he soon began offering well testing and supervision services for others in the industry, offering what he had learned in his own company to other operators. Ben quickly began the go to source in the area for overseeing operations such as casing repair and liner systems, logging, perforating, acidizing, fracturing, rod pump design, rod/tubing jobs, rod pump troubleshooting, chemical treatment, hot oiling, flowline and facilities installation, among many other operations. The creation of OILCAT Services was the next rung on the ladder in creating a single source for these operations by providing workover rigs, fluid level, Mechanical Integrity Testing, roustabout services and much more.

Zac Stovall

Zac graduated from Texas Tech University with a Bachelors degree in Mechanical Engineering and began his formal career working for FMC Technologies, in their pumping, flowline and controls division. In order to get back to the upstream industry he then returned to school to complete a Master of Engineering degree in Petroleum Engineering from Texas A&M University. From here he has gone on to work both in the office and in the field in multiple states, on both horizontal and vertical wells, on wells from 500 feet to near 30,000 feet deep and almost everything in between. Furthering his credentials, he obtained his Professional Engineering stamp in 2019 and is currently licensed in the State of Texas.