DeltaTek launched its SeaCure services in 2018 and has gone on to deploy the technology on multiple new wells in the UK North Sea and the Mediterranean. DeltaTek has been vocal about the time and cost saving benefits of the technology (up to 80% in some cases), but something that we don’t often discuss is the environmental impact.
For a trio of north-east oil service firms, the Covid-19 crisis could appear as a stop sign, blocking their progress just as they were reaping the rewards from years of groundwork.
Exceptional oil and gas companies and their dedicated employees were recognised at one of the industry’s most prestigious award ceremonies on Friday night.
Since opening two-and-a-half years ago, the boss of the Oil and Gas Technology Centre (OGTC) believes it has come some way to “debunk” the concept the UK industry is reluctant to try new ideas.
An oilfield equipment firm has invested more than £1 million in new machines at its base in Angus.
Offshore technology firm DeltaTek said today that its SeaCure well construction device had been deployed successfully for the first time for Total.
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Bosses at DeltaTek Global are targeting “aggressive growth” in the wake of a year of breakthroughs for the Dyce-based well construction pioneer.
Fledgling well construction firm DeltaTek Global has strengthened its ranks with a key appointment.
Well construction firm DeltaTek Global is today celebrating its first North Sea contract.
Well construction start-up DeltaTek Global will trial its SeaCure product offshore with two North Sea operators this summer.
Well construction specialist DeltaTek has completed a move to new headquarters in Dyce, Aberdeen, as part of ambitious expansion plans.