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Key executive accumulates as Secure Energy heads into oil-by-rail market

Secure Energy Services Inc.'s drilling service division has been on a roll as deeper and longer horizontal wells have boosted demand for its drilling fluids.

The division's sales were up 27 per cent in the first quarter. The firm also has its eye on the oil-by-rail market.

By the end of the year, its processing, recovery and disposal (PRD) division expects to commission a full-service heavy oil rail facility at Rycroft, Alta.

In a positive sign, Daniel Steinke, executive vice-president of PRD operations, exercised 39,333 options in May and has not subsequently reported selling any stock.

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