Tendeka Showcases Specialized Products at OTC 2012

Completions solutions company, Tendeka, is showcasing its specialized products at the Offshore Technology Conference in Houston.

Based in Aberdeen, Tendeka offers a diverse range of products and services to add value, reduce uncertainty, and maximize recovery from its customers' wells.

The company is exhibiting it's portfolio of completion products designed for service around the near-wellbore region -- gauges, DTS systems, modeling software, mechanical packers, swellables, inflow control devices and sand control systems -� that provide more effective ways to manage reservoir performance, enhance production and increase overall recovery.

The business is continuing to expand and has won a range of major contracts, including the recently announced frame agreement with Statoil for the provision of sandscreens and inflow control devices and services for use on the Norwegian Continental Shelf.

Technical marketing manager, Chris Rodger said: "Our technologies help operators better manage and monitor reservoir performance and increase their overall recovery. The importance of maximising return on investment has never been more important after what has been a challenging time for the energy industry.

"It is vital for Scottish companies, providing specialist technology and services to the oil and gas industry, to have a strong presence at the biggest energy industry event on the calendar. It is a hugely important platform and a very valuable opportunity for firms of all sizes to showcase themselves and their products on the industry's biggest stage."

Tendeka's main focus at OTC is the introduction of its new wireless pressure temperature (PT) gauge which was unveiled at the Intelligent Energy exhibition in Utrecht last month. It followed the successful deployment of a larger version of the tool which is being widely used in the North Sea. The new, 2.25 inch tool will help the technology to be deployed globally.

The technology creates a "data telegram" to send measurements to the surface by briefly choking production flow to impose intelligently created pressure variations. The method provides a long operating life as the choking of the well-flow requires little energy and the data is transmitted to the surface in the production flow using the well's own energy. Measurements are typically made daily, enabling proactive production decision-making.

The new gauge can be installed as close to the production zone as required and at any time, making it ideal for retrofit applications.

Tendeka is at OTC booth 6626.


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