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Fishbones announces seven new hires

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Fishbones, a provider of alternative reservoir stimulation technology, has announced it is increasing its staff base by 25%. The position of Chief Technology Officer has also been created, filled by Lars-Tore Berg.

Following successful new projects in Qatar, Egypt and China, the seven new hires will be based across the company’s sales and research and development teams, and will include field engineers and logistics coordinators. As Fishbones technology is augmented each time to meet the intricacies of every well, the expanded team hopes to ensure that innovation and client service remain key focal points despite ambitious development plans.

Joining from CannSeal, Lars-Tore Berg started at Fishbones May. His focus will be on quality management and improving efficiencies. A key part of this will be developing the company’s international growth strategy.

Read the article online at: https://www.oilfieldtechnology.com/special-reports/22052019/fishbones-announces-seven-new-hires/

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