Mills and Johnson buy their first horse-driven, wooden drilling rig.
Mills Well Drilling buys its first boiling rig.
Hubert Mills purchase first mud rotary drilling rig.
Second Generation of Mills drillers drill throughout northern Alberta.
Mills family drills wells throughout Saskatchewan.
Business plan for start an oil and gas drilling company is the beginning of Cross Borders.
First oil and gas project.
Auger division is formed.
First resource coring project.
Began work in the expanding Potash industry. Relocated headquarters to Pilot Butte, SK.
Expanded rig count to three core drilling rigs.
Expands rig count to five core drilling rigs and four auger drilling rigs.
Cross Borders acquires Grand Breakers Drilling - expands its auger drilling division again in southern Saskatchewan.
Satellite office set-up in Edmonton, AB - Cross Borders expands out of Saskatchewan.
Cross Borders brings first CZM drilling rig to Canada, and enters into a successful conductor and foundation program.
Cross Borders adds the capacity to drill track mounted mud - rotary drilling with the first Delta Base 540 in Canada.
Cross Borders adds wire-line core drilling capacities to 1000m.
Cross Borders acquires their seventh geo-technical track mounted drilling rig with the addition of Rig No. 507.
Cross Borders adds in Dual Rotary drilling capabilities with the addition of Rig 601.
Cross Borders takes their Geotechnical expertise from the Potash Industry and applies it to the Oilsand Mines completing summer geotechnical projects.
Cross Borders adds sonic rig R701 to the fleet, and expands oil sands operations, beginning new relationship with Suncor.
Acquires Boss Drilling from Saskatoon.
Added coring rig R407 to the fleet.
Added military inspired coring rig R408 “The Drill Sergeant” to the fleet.
Expanded fleet of sonic rig count to two with rig R702 Truck Mounted Sonic.