HOUSTON (Nov. 10, 2020) - Nine Energy Service, Inc. (NYSE: NINE), a leading oilfield services company specializing in completion solutions within North America and abroad, announced today the opening of its new 348,000-square-foot cementing facility in Longview, Texas. The facility is expected to be fully operational by the end of November and is the first expansion of Nine’s cementing service line in the Haynesville Basin.

The new cementing facility, which will operate from 9674 TX-149, Longview, TX 75603, and will feature a state-of-the-art laboratory to create and test a broad range of cutting-edge cement slurries, as well as a bulk plant to house additives and other raw materials for storage and distribution.

The opening of the new facility demonstrates Nine’s ability to recognize and capitalize on opportunities that better position the company operationally, as well as its confidence in the near and long-term profitability outlook of the Haynesville basin, even in the face of today’s challenging environment.

The Nine team was able to execute this expansion with minimal capital outlay and the Company’s previous annual 2020 capital expenditure guidance of approximately $10-$15 million remains unchanged. The Company will utilize current and newly delivered cementing spreads and components from its current operations to facilitate the majority of the project. Nine anticipates generating some revenue from its Longview location in the interim period from its opening in November through the end of 2020 and anticipates a more significant contribution starting in the first quarter of 2021.

“We identified the Haynesville as a strategic priority for adding size and scale to our existing cementing operations,” said Ann Fox, President and CEO, Nine Energy Service. “Cementing is a technically challenging service line with high barriers to entry within our industry and a relatively consolidated competitive landscape. Our team has continued to gain market share within other basins and we have confidence that with this expansion into the Haynesville, we will win market share and drive revenue growth.”

District Manager Louis Bone will oversee operations and personnel serving the Longview cementing facility. Bone is a 24-year veteran of the oilfield services and cementing industries with experience in both domestic, international and offshore cementing operations.

Since 2012, Nine’s cementing business line has serviced customers across the southeast region. The company’s new operations in Longview, Texas will add to the list of Nine's other locations dedicated to cementing, which include Jacksboro, Texas; Pleasanton, Texas; Sweetwater, Texas, and Hobbs, New Mexico.

“Our cementing team in the Longview facility will be able to utilize their expertise in high-pressure, high-temperature environments to help customers overcome production-threatening challenges and drive efficiencies,” said Joe Huwel, President, Cementing and Coiled Tubing, Nine Energy Service. “The decision to expand our cementing operations in the Haynesville is both an indication of our long-term commitment to innovation in cementing as well as our sustained interest in the region.”

With headquarters in Houston, Texas, Nine operates facilities in the Permian, Eagle Ford, SCOOP/STACK, Niobrara, Barnett, Bakken, Marcellus, Utica, and Canada.

For more information about Nine Energy Service's cementing services and solutions, visit https://nineenergyservice.com/cementing-drilling-solutions

About Nine Energy Service

Nine Energy Service is an oilfield services company that offers completion solutions within North America and abroad. The Company brings years of experience with a deep commitment to serving clients with smarter, customized solutions and world-class resources that drive efficiencies. Serving the global oil and gas industry, Nine continues to differentiate itself through superior service quality, wellsite execution and cutting-edge technology. Nine is headquartered in Houston, Texas with operating facilities in the Permian, Eagle Ford, SCOOP/STACK, Niobrara, Barnett, Bakken, Haynesville, Marcellus, Utica and throughout Canada.

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