Scale Protection is now Qualified in the Achilles Joint Qualification System for suppliers to the Oil Industry in Norway and Denmark. The basis for the certification is development of a HSE&Q system aligned with ISO. By the membership of the Achilles database, Scale Protection will also become more visible for new customers.
Well tracers are now available for installation in existing wells, not only in the initial completion. The tool has functionality to detect which part of the wellbore that produces water, without any logging necessary.
Scale Protection has strengthen the team by appointing Ola Wolny as the COO of the company. This is necessary both since more and more customers now use the service Bulk Scale Analysis (BSA) and also to be able to enforce further development and verification of the well tools.
Proventure and Investinor have invested in total 24 mill NOK in Scale Protection. The investment will strengthen the company and enable growth and effort for further development of services and products related to scale prevention and monitoring. Proventure and Investinor are venturecompanies with a strong capital base, competence and experience within oil and gas.
Scale Protection cooperate with Kunnskapsparken Nord and UiT to recruit students for part time work in parallel with their studies. There will be 20% positions for one economist and one engineer. Read more.
Scale Protection will attend two exhibitions and conferences during May 2016. First OTC in Houston, where Scale Protection will be a part of Norway's Innovation stand at booth 5241 during 2. -5. May. After this we will attend SPE Conference and Exhibition in Aberdeen from 9.-12. May.
The tailor made software, Bulk Scale Trending (BST), is now ready to be distributed. The BST software is made to efficiently interpret data from the Bulk Scale Analysis where scale crystals are analyzed by ESEM/EDX.
Bulk Scale Analysis (BSA) is now delivered as a commercial service to major companies in Norway. The analysis provides a tool used for optimizing scale treatment program. Effective use of the BSA data can save operators large cost in unnecessary squeeze operations without any risk for well failure