About Us

What We Can Do For You

With innovative products, contemporary ideas, plus refined engineering solutions, our focus is near matrix stimulation/remediation of oil, gas and injection wells in Western Canada.

STIMWRX has a broad ranging database of stimulation treatment case histories.  Please contact us directly for information at inquiries@stimwrx.com.


Trent E. Kostick, P.Eng.

Director Stimulation Services


Trent Kostick is the Director Stimulation Services and one of the founding members of STIMWRX Energy Services Ltd.  Mr. Kostick started in the oil and gas production chemical and stimulation services industry in 1998 and this is not the first time he has taken new and innovative products to the marketplace from ground zero.  Mr. Kostick started with Baker Petrolite (Production and Stimulation Chemical Sales in Heavy and Light Oil Applications) and then moved to Innovative Chemical Technologies (Purchased in 2010 by Weatherford Engineered Chemistry which was then acquired by Lubrizol in 2014) as a start-up and progressed from Account Manager, to International (Cuba) Accounts Manager, eventually to Manager of Stimulation Fluids.  From there, Mr. Kostick spent the following 7 years bringing new technology into the stimulation industry at another private company as the Stimulation Services Manager.  Mr. Kostick holds a Bachelor of Applied Science Degree with distinction (1998) in the Co-operative Education Program from the University of Regina and is an active Professional Engineer with APEGA.

Dave Edwards, P.Eng.

Director Stimulation Services


Mr. Edwards has more than 30 years of extensive experience in the petroleum business.  Since 2000 he has been involved in stimulating oil & gas wells for companies based in Western Canada. Using new and existing technology and proper application, he has improved the production rates for thousands of wells he has stimulated. This approach has also been used to improve the water injection rates for the same companies.  Mr. Edwards started in the oil business out of high school and has acquired two Petroleum diplomas from SAIT (Production & Reservoir) and a degree in Petroleum Engineering with distinction from the University of Alberta. He has worked for both oil companies & service companies, which has given him better understanding on the economic drivers required to improve the performance of producing and injecting wells.