“The safety and well-being of our employees, business partners and members of the communities in which we operate is always a top priority for Keane,” said James Stewart, Chairman and Chief Executive Officer of Keane. “Above all, we are thankful that no injuries resulted from the incident, and we are proud of the responsiveness displayed by the team, executing on our well-defined safety protocol. We are also appreciative of the prompt response and helpful assistance from local authorities. We are working closely with our customer to ensure continuity of operations, and anticipate promptly resuming work with no material impact from this incident. Our frac fleets continue to realize high utilization across basins, and our team remains intensely focused on delivering safe and efficient operations for our customers.”
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