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Kjaer ... greater stability

Churchill Drilling Tools reports record demand for its products in Middle East

, 8 days ago

Churchill Drilling Tools, a global oilfield service company specialising in drilling innovation, has revealed a record demand for its technologies and services in the Middle East as it approaches its second anniversary in the region. 
 
The company has seen a significant increase in orders across its product range in the Middle East.  Churchill reports unprecedented orders in the region in particular for its flagship product, the award-winning DAV MX CircSub, while demand continues to grow for its other tools including the Drift Catcher pipe drift verification tool and the HyPR HoleSaver, the world’s first hydraulic pipe recovery system.
 
Churchill’s general manager in the Middle East, Nicholas Kjaer, said: “I’m delighted the Middle East drilling engineer and operator sectors – our target customers - have welcomed our technologies and services in the relatively short time since we set up our offices in Dubai and our workshop in Abu Dhabi.
 
“Our rapid growth can be attributed to a number of factors, not least the talent and commitment of the experienced team that we’ve assembled in the Middle East who have become trusted partners to many operators in the region.  The quality of our tools, which are enabling operators to drill faster, more efficiently and at low-risk, are inspiring confidence amongst the drilling community as word spreads and drilling engineers recognise their benefits.”
 
Kjaer added that external factors have also contributed to the company’s success: “An increase in the oil price has created greater confidence and stability in the Middle East, as operators begin once again to focus more on value and less on the lowest price when considering the most effective tools to deploy.  Additionally, we’re noticing at Churchill that greater stability is breeding greater trust in new technologies.”
 
Kjaer will be available on the Churchill Drilling Tools stand (8557) at Adipec 2017. 
 
Churchill’s range of industry-leading dart activated technologies has redefined and improved many of the oil and gas industry’s existing downhole processes, from exploration through to abandonment. Quick and easy to deploy, the company’s suite of pump-in darts has delivered thousands of hours of savings to operators worldwide.
 
Kjaer added: “Our growth in the Middle East has been matched by significant investment in infrastructure, talent and servicing capabilities. It is an extremely exciting market for us and we’re confident the strength of our customer proposition and our commercial strategy will ensure continued growth in the region.” -- Tradearabia News Service
 



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