Efficiency-driven technologies and process at DUG Eagle Ford 2015

20 October 2015

Eagle Ford is the world’s most active shale play, now responsible for 16% of total U.S. oil production. However, its winning combination of diverse resources, ample takeaway and close proximity to downstream markets was not enough to shield it from the impact of the current Oil and Gas business cycle.

To succeed in this environment, producers are focusing on efficiently and safely operating their best wells. That is why industry professionals, thought leaders and service providers are coming together in San Antonio on October 25th for the DUG Eagle Ford, where they will share best-practices, efficiency-driven technologies and processes to lower breakeven costs.

United Safety will be back at the exhibition floor, showcasing two innovations that rely on technology to help E&P companies to improve safety and efficiency of their operations at the same time. See them at booth 7032.

Quest™ Wellhead
A software solution designed to help companies cope with the challenge of assessing and tracking the integrity of their wells. It provides risk ranking for each well to help set maintenance priorities.

A network of gas and environment monitors record and report air condition surrounding communities to a central database, accessible online. It increases community protection and efficiency of corrective actions.

Get more information here

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