SAMCO’s New Linkedin Page is now up & running
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HydraWell Intervention has been awarded the winner
SAMCO is proud to announce HydraWell’s exciting news! “HydraWell Intervention has been awarded the winner of “New Venture of the Year” at Rystad Energy’s Gullkronen 2017. Extract from the Jury’s reasoning; “The winner has applied a new and innovative approach to a wellknown operation, which they simplify and that significantly reduce cost. The technology is applied at the core of oil and gas operations – in the well”.Read More
Reactive Downhole Tools Assists in Achieving World Record for Middle East Operator
Reactive Downhole Tools, leading supplier of lower completion systems to the global oil and gas industry, has completed an oil swellable packer installation in the Middle East for a major operator in Abu Dhabi.
At 19,000 ft it’s the longest liner of this size deployed by all parties to date, and a world record for the liner type.
With the length of wells in the Middle East continually increasing, it can be difficult for operators to find packers with a long enough delay time to allow the liner to travel to depth as well as the circulation of breaker fluids before production begins.Read More
TCO’s Case Study: DO IT ONCE, DO IT RIGHT – TCO’S BARRIER GLASS PLUG
With a track record of 600 glass plug installations worldwide and a reputation for innovation and robustness, TCO are supporting customers all over the world with easy to open glass barriers that provide full control of well operations.Read More
Adnoc combines its two largest offshore units, part of Abu Dhabi state oil firm’s streamlining efforts
Abu Dhabi National Oil Company (Adnoc) is combining its two largest offshore operations, part of its broader effort to streamline management and operations and drive an entrepreneurial culture in what is expected to be a prolonged low oil price environment.
The two companies that are being combined – the Zakum Development Company (Zadco) and the Abu Dhabi Marine Operating Company (Adma-Opco) – account for the bulk of Abu Dhabi’s offshore oil production, which is expected to reach 1.7 million barrels per day by some time next year.