Luminart and it’s subsidiary companies operated in many oil site and road builds last year as a sub-contractor to another general contractor. The larger oil companies who are operating in North Dakota put out their RFPs (request for proposals) only to general contractors. Luminart, through it’s subsidiaries, White Star Sand & Gravel, and B3 Well Services were hired by the Contractors who had MSA (Master Service Agreements) with the oil companies. Luminart is now in the position to bid the jobs direct with the formation of OutWest Field Services and the expansion of B3 Well Services LLC. Most of the initial work has been in building the base formations for the pipelines being laid and for the maintenance roads that are required. Outwest has also engaged in the building of LACT stations for Bridger Inc. (one of the largest owners of pipeline distribution in the world). These stations direct the crude sold through the pipelines, and measure it in exact quantities. B3 will focus on general dirt work contracts and “roustabout” contract labor.