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Intelligent Wellhead Systems establishes new location in Houston

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Intelligent Wellhead Systems Inc. (IWS), a supplier of digital technologies that improve oil and gas well completion operations, has announced the opening of a new 15 000 ft2 Houston facility to support its operations in US onshore unconventional plays.

The company now has its executive office and US service, support, and performance centre in Houston; sales/support offices in Denver and Midland; and an innovation, engineering, and manufacturing center in Calgary.

CEO William Standifird commented: “Houston is a strategic location for supporting our oil and gas and service company clients operating in USA unconventional plays. We are now fully resourced to support the increased demand for our inVision™ Technology Platform that improves the safety and efficiency of hydraulic fracturing valve activation and wireline operations. With our upcoming inVision X release, we will be introducing our Digital Completion Twin™ capabilities and more enhancements to enable continuous pumping operations.”


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