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Oilfield or Emergency/Natural Disaster Housing

The NESET trailer became a necessity as the oil field ramped up in  2012 when transportable field working and living facilities became difficult to obtain due to the high demand. These trailers are equally suited for emergency housing during natural disasters such as hurricanes, fires, tornadoes, and floods.

These trailers are now available for use on drilling locations as well as for emergency use during any kind of natural disaster. Designed to be moved multiple times, these trailers are built on a sturdy 36′ gooseneck dual axle trailer that can be easily hauled from location to location when needed. 

Additionally, full services to include power, water, and septic are provided while these trailers are on location. Heating is provided by electric baseboard heat while two air conditioners located at either end of the trailer provides seperately controlled conditioned space in both the working and sleeping areas. 

Not only designed for the rigors of the North Dakota oil field, these trailers were constructed using structural insualted panels (SIPS) that provide exceptional energy efficiency even in the coldest days of winter in the northern plains.

The workspace are on our six (6) currently owned trailers was designed with the onsite geologist in mind. A stainless steel sink and counter area serves as the sample catching, cleaning and anlysis area while the opposite side of the room houses a 10′ desk area for all computers, printers and monitors. 

These trailers can be designed to meet the client’s need whether its in US oil fields or for emergency operations. We have been drilling oil wells in some of the most remote areas of the lower 48 states. We know how to operate off the grid and without any need for any publically provided services.