Who We Are

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Sokol Energy, LLC was founded by Jeffrey (Jeff) D. Sokol, to source and discover opportunities for oil and gas recovery from fields with proven production and revenue streams, that can be optimized for the maximum cash flow, in the most efficient manner possible.

The Sokol family has been in the oil and gas industry since 1955, with Desmond (Whitey) Sokol, and Pioneer Fishing Services. His career eventually led to his two sons, Brian and Billy, both becoming well intervention supervisors and eventually executives in the industry. Brian Sokol owned Fishing Tools, Inc. and after he sold it in 1998, started Knight Fishing Services for Eddie Knight of Knight Oil Tools, based in Lafayette, Louisiana. With a focus on quality equipment, safety, and personalized service; Knight Fishing Services quickly became a strong force competing in the well intervention and correction industry all over the USA.

The fishing tool industry is who the oil companies call when their well is in trouble, and is in need of intervention and correction.  Fishing tool people are experts at identifying issues, and getting the well back on line and producing the coveted oil and natural gas.

After literally growing up around the oilfield, and trying to live up to the high standards of quality and excellence set forth by those before him, Jeff Sokol joined the oil and gas industry in 2000.  In 2005, he became one of the youngest professional well intervention supervisors in the USA.  After years of working for other downhole intervention companies like Knight Fishing Services and Weatherford Int’l, Jeff decided to start a production company utilizing the experience passed down before him.

With nearly 60 years of experience being handed down, the Sokol family continues to put high value on quality equipment, safety, and servant leadership.

At Sokol Energy, we have a team of top level petroleum engineers (most with over 30 years of field and experience) that can be called upon for helping us to optimize already producing reserves for maximum production.

 

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