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Energy Woodell named new COO for Holland Services new offering

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Fort Worth-based Holland Services, a leader in land related services, has announced a newly branded company specifically focused on expanding its right-of-way and surface offerings.

Holland Services has been in the right-of-way and surface land business for more than 35 years. Holland Right-of-Way will merge years of surface land experience and management with the national resources, professional approach and customer focused business model of Holland Services.

Brandon Woodell has been named the chief operating officer of Holland Right-of-Way. Woodell has a track record of success in a diverse number of right-of-way and midstream projects across the country. Woodell proclaimed,

“I am excited to have the opportunity to align our team’s expertise in surface right-of-way and midstream projects with the solid foundation Holland has built over the last 35 years, which we are confident will allow Holland Right-of-Way to provide superior solutions to a broader and more diverse client base,” he said.

“We have long been active in the surface land area aiding our upstream, midstream and downstream clients,” said Bryan Gaudin, CEO of Holland Services. “By partnering with Brandon, we are creating the pre-eminent, technology-driven, surface land business with the resources to deliver superior service to the oil and gas, power generation, telecommunications and transportation sectors.”

The new business will utilize technologies along with processes to set the benchmark for speed and efficiency in land acquisition, abstracting and due diligence for pipelines and midstream, temporary and permanent waterlines, water impoundments, source points, well pads, containment facilities, communication towers and overhead transmission lines just to name a few.


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