The company was incorporated in 2011 by Peter Moyes (right) to focus on downhole wellbore technology solutions and is based in Aberdeen, UK.
Over the past 18 months HydroVolve has developed a much broader integrated range of technology product lines and services for deployment across the well lifecycle.
Moyes, HydroVolve Chairman, said: “Jamie joins HydroVolve to lead the business during an exciting period of operational and commercial development. His experience with both major operators and global energy services firms will be invaluable in taking our pioneering products and services to market.
“Our industry leading expertise and deep understanding of the challenges our clients face has enabled us to develop our three core technologies, HydroVolve INFINITY, PolyVolve and MonoVolve, which can be combined to offer unrivalled operational efficiency across the well lifecycle.”
Airnes, HydroVolve CEO, said: “We recognise the energy market is changing, and there is an increasing need for more innovative cutting-edge technologies and new commercial models. Our goal is to create a range of unique downhole technology solutions that contribute positively to an affordable net zero energy industry.
“We will do this by continuously innovating and improving efficiencies in both conventional and complex well operations, facilitating decommissioning through efficient P&A operations, and by spearheading the energy transition with a range of enabling and enhancing technologies for the geothermal well construction market.
“We believe the flexibility derived by the modular design of our novel technologies, combined with our unique organisational capability, will position HydroVolve as the partner of choice when seeking rigorously engineered technical solutions to the challenges of today’s net zero energy industry.”
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