OKC’s Mammoth Energy still has workers in Puerto Rico after deadly 2017 Hurricane Maria

After reporting total revenues of $1.7 billion for 2018, Oklahoma City-based Mammoth Energy Services, Inc. made a filing with the U.S. Securities Exchange Commission.

In the filing, the company not only made available its financial information, it also explained that it still has workers in Puerto Rico trying to restore electrical power from Hurricane Maria.

The storm hit the country in September of 2017. A year later, the government issued a revised report indicating the death toll was 2,975.

Electrical crews from Mammoth Energy and other utilities in Oklahoma were dispatched to restore power that had been lost to most of the island nation.


Mammoth explained in its recent SEC filing  that its staffing levels in Puerto Rico fluctuated between 500 and 600 people in 2018. But at of March 2019, the company’s staffing levels dropped from 500 in January to 200.

The company stated it expect its number of workers still in Puerto Rico to decline to about 50 by early April as it finishes the existing work orders and begins demobilization efforts.