Weatherford and Safe Influx sign drilling technology MoU
Published by Nicholas Woodroof,
Under the MoU, the companies will cooperate globally to focus on revolutionising well integrity during the construction phase by bringing to market the first ever integration of Managed Pressure Drilling (MPD) solutions and Automated Well Control technology.
“This unprecedented collaboration will leverage digitalisation and automation to enable operators to achieve more from their projects in the safest way possible, while having the confidence their wells will be drilled and constructed with the highest level of integrity available in the market today,” said Kevin Fisher, Vice President of Managed Pressure Drilling, Weatherford.
As part of the MoU, Safe Influx will combine its Automated Well Control technology with Weatherford’s comprehensive portfolio of MPD products and services. This industry first integrated offering will automate the mitigation of drilling hazards, while drilling in the most efficient manner possible. This cooperation creates market-expansion opportunities, allowing both companies to expand their capabilities and resources.
“Safe Influx Automated Well Control technology has a revolutionary role in the Managed Pressure and conventional drilling markets by dramatically reducing our industry's exposure to human factors,” said Bryan Atchison, Co-founder and Managing Director, Safe Influx.
“Working as one team, and leveraging Weatherford’s global MPD leadership, Safe Influx will unlock the full potential of Managed Pressure Drilling,” noted Phil Hassard, Co-founder and Technical Director, Safe Influx.
Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/drilling-and-production/25092020/weatherford-and-safe-influx-sign-drilling-technology-mou/
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