Innovex Downhole Solutions And Intervale Capital’s Acquisition Of Quick Connectors

Kirkland & Ellis advised Innovex Downhole Solutions, Inc. and Intervale Capital in connection with the acquisition of Quick Connectors, Inc. and its exclusive Permian distributor Enerserv, Inc. (collectively, “QCI”). Locke Lord LLP advised Quick Connectors, Inc.

The acquisition of QCI expands Innovex’s product offering to include mission-critical technologies such as ESP connectors, surface and packer penetrators, production monitoring solutions, and a complete line of API certified ESP and gas lift wellhead systems.

Innovex is a leading provider of innovative well centric products and technologies for the oil and gas industry.

Founded in 1992, QCI is a leading manufacturer of artificial lift accessories for the electrical submersible pump (ESP) and gas lift end-markets. Financial terms of the transaction were not disclosed.

The Kirkland team was led by transactional partner Christian Atwood (Picture) and associates Robert Goodin, Hannah Marshall, Daniel Cadis and Maggie Hoffman; debt finance partner William Bos and associates Brandon Elliott and Levi Stoneking; and tax partner Mark Dundon and associate Joe Tobias.
The Locke Lord team was led by Joe Perillo and included Jeannie Diep and Jason McCloskey.

Involved fees earner: Christian Atwood – Kirkland & Ellis; William Bos – Kirkland & Ellis; Daniel Cadis – Kirkland & Ellis; Mark Dundon – Kirkland & Ellis; Brandon Elliott – Kirkland & Ellis; Robert Goodin – Kirkland & Ellis; Maggie Hoffman – Kirkland & Ellis; Hannah Marshall – Kirkland & Ellis; Levi Stoneking – Kirkland & Ellis; Joe Tobias – Kirkland & Ellis; Jeannie Diep – Locke Lord; Jason McCloskey – Locke Lord; Joe Perillo – Locke Lord;

Law Firms: Kirkland & Ellis; Locke Lord;

Clients: Innovex Downhole Solutions; Intervale Capital; Quick Connectors Inc (QCI);


Author: Ambrogio Visconti